Palace of the Governors
The Palace of the Governors is the state’s history museum. Built in the 17th century, it is now designated a Registered National Historic Landmark in 1960 and an American Treasure in 1999. Along the south side of the Palace of The Governors, sit Native American artists and craftspeople who sell their handmade goods to tourists and local Santa Feans almost every day of the year, rain or shine.
The Palace of the Governors is within walking distance of Inn of the Governors.
- Exit Left out of the Lobby onto West Alameda Street
- Turn Left onto Don Gaspar and follow straight for two blocks
- Turn Right on West San Francisco Street and follow for one block to the Historic Santa Fe Plaza
- Cross the Plaza to 105 West Palace Avenue