SITE Santa Fe requires all visitors to wear masks, regardless of vaccination status and will provide masks to anyone who does not bring their own.

Admission is free and advance reservations not required. All guests are required to check in at the front desk upon arrival and agree to our Visitor Code of Conduct.

Holiday Hours
Fri, Dec 31: 10am-3pm

Proof of Vaccination at Public Events

Beginning Friday, November 19, SITE Santa Fe will require proof of vaccination OR a recent negative COVID test for entry to public events and programs. 

Acceptable documentation includes:
Proof of vaccination: The original, photocopy, digital copy or photograph of a COVID vaccination card showing that an individual has been fully vaccinated (i.e. two weeks after a second Pfizer or Moderna dose or two weeks after a single Johnson & Johnson dose).
Negative COVID test:
Proof (original, photocopy, digital copy or photograph) of a negative PCR test result within 72-hours of the event, or a negative result from a rapid test taken within 6 hours of the event. We will not accept over-the-counter rapid tests. Click here for a testing facility near you

Privacy Note: SITE Santa Fe will never share your vaccination information.

Children 2 to 11 are exempt from the requirements above but are required to wear properly fitted masks at all times except when eating or drinking.

All event attendees must wear masks at SITE Santa Fe when not eating or drinking. And as always, stay home if you’re feeling sick. We will refund or reschedule without question.

Proof of vaccination will not be required for visitors to the galleries during regular operations.

How SITE Santa Fe is Keeping You Safe

SITE Santa Fe is committed to creating a safe space for our visitors, family, and staff. SITE’s Reopening Task Force has developed the following policies and procedures that treat CDC and OSHA guidelines, orders and recommendations from federal, state and local governments, and New Mexico health officials, as a minimum standard for safety.

For more information on SITE Santa Fe’s Reopening plan and precautions, read SITE’s complete COVID Safe Practices.

Masks covering the nose and mouth are required in the museum for all visitors, regardless of vaccination status.
We frequently clean and disinfect all high-touch surfaces.
Touchless hand sanitizer dispensers are available for visitors throughout the  galleries.
Our front desk staff is behind plexiglass shields to protect them and visitors.
We have installed signage throughout the museum to help maintain social distancing.
In compliance with the State of New Mexico’s COVID Safe Practices, we can no longer offer coat check services. Please leave your backpacks and coats in the car or at home!


Visitor Code of Conduct

Will you be offering tours?

Yes!  Those interested in scheduling a tour should email our Education Coordinator at  SITE Santa Fe also periodically offers Virtual Tours of exhibitions, listed in Programs & Events when scheduled.

Small group ASL Tours available upon request.

Are crave, SITE’s coffee bar, and curated, SITE’s store, open?

Both crave and curated are open with new layouts to promote social distancing. crave still offers hot and cold beverages as well as pre-packaged sweets and snacks.

I am a member of the press, are you offering special access at this time?

Press visits are available by appointment. Please contact Press & Administrative Coordinator Carolina Franco at

What kind of parking is available at SITE?

Paid parking is available in the City of Santa Fe-managed surface lots located behind SITE Santa Fe. A machine in the parking lot will issue a parking pass for you and accommodates credit cards; signs indicate payment is required from 6 am to 6 pm.

Parking is also available at the Railyard Parking structure (FREE for SITE Members!), located at the corner of Camino de la Familia and Manhattan Avenue across from the Violet Crown Theater. There are four ways to access the Railyard Parking Structure:

– Guadalupe Street either direction, then west on Manhattan Avenue at the light
– Guadalupe Street either direction, then west on Montezuma toward Sanbusco Center, left on Market St. and right on Manhattan
– Paseo de Peralta east from St. Francis Drive, then left on Camino de la Familia
– Paseo de Peralta west from Guadalupe Street, then right on Camino de la Familia