MUSEUM SHOPS | June 2024

Our Spring \ Summer 2024 Gift Guide is now live! Our guide spotlights some of our favorite items available this season. Whether it’s a birthday, holiday, or you’re just in the mood to buy something special, we’ve created a fabulous catalog for you to peruse. Shop curated features from all five Museum Shops, including jewelry, craft, functional home décor, books, and more. Head over to to shop the catalog.

At the New Mexico History Museum, find some great additions to inspire your summer recipes. We have a wonderful selection of cookbooks from local authors to inspire new summer recipes. Add a touch of New Mexico history to your tablescape with Fred Harvey Mimbreno plates and dishes from HF Coors. And as always, find great local seasonings, spices, teas, and more. Find southwestern cookbooks, kitchen accessories, and more at the New Mexico History Museum Shop.

New Mexico History Museum Shop Cookbooks and More

The shop is in full bloom at the Vladem Contemporary. We have a wonderful selection of blooming essentials, whether you have a green or a black thumb. Treat your hands after a long day of gardening with handmade botanical salves and oils from local apothecary Loam and Mañana Botanicals. Bring the garden inside with new gorgeous ceramic wall and table plant decorations from Chive. Or show your houseplants some love with our self-watering planters.

Find beautiful jewelry for the nature lovers in your life at the New Mexico Museum of Art. Accentuate your wardrobe with hand embroidered nature inspired pins crafted in a women's co-op in India. Celebrate the local flora with bronze earrings, necklaces, and brooches from Michael Michaud.

The Museum of International Folk Art is full of color. We've added new flip flop animals crafted from recycled flip flops in Kenya. Bring the fiesta home with wild and bright paper mache alebrijes, piñatas, sonajas, and hanging ornaments. Brighten up your home with colorful new handwoven Mayan table runners, and placemats, Quechua heirloom pillows, and grass and raffia baskets from Uganda.

Colorful elephants and other animals made from recycled flip flops from Kenya.

Add pops of summer blues and greens with turquoise accents at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture. Find stunning earrings, necklaces, bracelets, and rings in all shapes and sizes featuring our favorite stone. Spotlight turquoise in a new way with a new scarf from Living Treasure, Patricia Michaels. Add pops of blues and greens with scarves inspired by traditional quilting designs from Bethany Yellowtail.

Silk scarves from Museum of Indian Arts and Culture's Living Treasure, Patricia Michaels.