Santa Fe has changed the shops are no longer unique.. It is hard to find a native New Mexican at most of the restaurants much less a Native Santa Feian. This little house is not trendy but it is history and the people that work there are happy to hare it's story and it's value.
This is a wonderful Historic site. We have been here before, but came again because it is so old, so beautifully historic, and filled with ancient items. It is a short walk from the Town Square.
I had taken the trolley tour by this when we were there for years ago, but this time, I was walking through town and it was open. It does give you a small insight as to how they lived centuries ago, but there are only 2 rooms on display. The remainder is a gift shop. It's quick, so take the... 更多
This interesting house consists of only two rooms and a gift shop, with very nice and knowledgeable staff. Would highly recommend a visit to this museum, right next door to the oldest church in USA. Free entry, donations recommended for preservation of this wonderful gem of history.
This is a small "museum" house that is attached to a gift shop. It is donation only, and consisted of 2 small rooms. It takes just a few moments to go through. The history of the Santa Fe area is fascinating and goes farther back than I realized. The gift shop is nice and has mostly native New Mexican item.... 更多
As a history fan, I was happy to see this structure and learn it was the oldest house. It was evening so do not know if you can visit it during the day.
Just a few small rooms with some items indicating the kind of house it once was. Walls and ceilings and floors were obviously not original. It has a large gift shop in front which seems to be the purpose for its existence.