Welcome to the Celebrated New Mexico History Museum and Palace of the Governors set in the heart of 400-year-old Santa Fe, NM.
The Palace of the Governors, built in 1610, and the oldest public building in the United States, is not only a designated National Historic landmark, but has also been added to the prestigious National Treasures list. The Palace, along with the NM History Museum, offers a unique setting for your special events. People from all over the world come to take a walk into the past, while creating future memories. We invite you to be one of them.
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