Truely 'New Mexico True" landmark. Visiting any state's capitol can be a great way to get an insider perspective on an area. However, this capitol hold within its walls one of the most carefully curated collections of New Mexican art in a city that is also #3 art market in the AND the oldest Capitol in the USA. The works... 更多
The Roundhouse is a very welcoming place, with events almost daily. They set up our tables and chairs, hung our banner and made us feel welcome as we greeted guests during Media Day in February. The walls are filled with local artists, complementing the already building building.
We were welcomed right away upon entering and offered a tour which we took. What this capitol is lacking in architectural interest from others, it more than makes up for in its art collection. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable about the incredible art which is on display all over the building. We took the extended tour which took about... 更多
We were in Sante Fe on a Monday in winter, when some of the museums are closed. We came to look at the Capitol Art Collection, which is very diverse and crosses many mediums, with some lovely textiles, including Navajo. Congress was also in session, so if you want to see some wheelin' and dealin', come near the end of... 更多
We went expecting to see the legislature in action and were welcomed with an offer of a tour guide. The information was informative and enjoyable. The collection of art is amazing.
O.K. Many people visit the Roundhouse because it is the capital building for New Mexico. Or because of its unique round architecture. Or to see their elected representatives. Or to see some of the art collection displayed from local New Mexican artists. However, on this day, I came for the Green Chile Cheeseburger. It is really good. Made to order.... 更多
It was interesting to walk through the "public" areas. There is a variety of historic and modern art on display. Worth the time to explore, both the main building as well as the Annex.