WAY too small. Beware of going at the end of a semester-you'll be overrun with tour/school groups. No cafe, just a small food cart with coffee, drinks and donuts in the courtyard. Wi-Fi and lockers.
Amazing collection of O'Keefe's work that shows her growth as a person and an artist. If you love the NM landscapes, stop by to gain a new appreciation as you drive through.
Make sure you mention you are military (active or retired) and it is free for the member and family.
Movies provide excellent background. They are part of the North American. Reciprocal Museum, so we got free entry. (Video phones not included.)
Spent two hours, still not enough.
Falling in love with my favorite artist again, rediscovering O'Keeffe. Love, love, love...
Incredible museum! Make sure to bring a camera because they allow photography of certain works!
A must do!
Curator guide is worth trying. Unlike our stereotypes, G O'Keeffe took very detailed, long, systematic processes in painting! But she had denied it!!
The collection was smaller than I expected, although there were some pieces that aren't published or reproduced anywhere. So that was nice. The gift shop ladies are extremely helpful and knowledgeable
Smaller than you expect. You'll likely not need more than an hour to fully appreciate.
A must in Santa Fe and easily doable in 45 minutes (or much longer if you like). Good rotating exhibits as well.
Small, beautiful, and the most of O'Keeffe you'll see anywhere!
Audio tour is an extra $3 and definitely worth it.
I echo the other commenters. The museum has a robust permanent collection. But just a slice of it, perhaps 8-12 O'Keeffe works, is on display. Truly disappointing.
No photography allowed inside, but a extremely varied collection that I quite enjoyed.
Very little o'keefe on display :(
Small Georgia O'keeffe section. Mostly curated shows, which are really good. The group shows can range from artists like Chuck Close to Warhol to Norman Rockwell.
Surprised how little of O'Keefe's work was on display .
Small but good; current susan rothenberg exhibit was a nice surprise