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The Cambridge Dictionary defines a museum as “a building containing historical, scientific or artistic objects”. While Santa Fe’s Museum Hill may not be a stand-alone building, the streets and structures that make up this cultural center are certainly displays of rich and expressive history.
Located on Santa Fe’s East side, Museum Hill is the oldest neighborhood in Santa Fe and one of the oldest streets in the United States.
Thanks to the city’s historic code, many neighborhoods retain their charm and character — small, winding alleys lined with traditional Pueblo structures that seem frozen in time. However, an appreciation of the past doesn’t mean Museum Hill lacks refinement — many of the historic homes are outfitted with modern and luxurious amenities.
Just a seven-minute drive from downtown, the famous Canyon Road is about a mile to the north, and the foothills of the Sangre de Chrito Mountains run directly east. Museum Hill is one of Santa Fe’s most important locations.
“There are so many things nearby that you can enjoy everything Santa Fe has to offer,” said David Barker, the president of Barker Realty. “But it’s also a residential area, a quiet place where you can walk your dog, away from traffic and commerce.”
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