The Turquoise Trail Studio Tour

The Turquoise Trail Studio Tour

When visiting New Mexico in the Fall come explore the talented artists along the Turquoise Trail Studio Tour on scenic Highway 14. The Turquoise Trail is a designated National Scenic Byway, State Highway 14, that connects Albuquerque and Santa Fe through a mountainous region of prehistoric turquoise mines, historic towns, and eclectic art communities.

Over 50 artists from Santa Fe, Cerrillos, Madrid, and Cedar Crest will have their studio and gallery doors open for your visit. Come see our beautiful landscape, meet the artists, observe demos, and collect our diverse and eclectic artwork. Look for updated information in 2023 on

Date: September 23 & 24 and September 30 & 31, 2023

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Location: The Historic Turquoise Trail on Highway 14

Cost: FREE Admission

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