1050 Old Pecos Trail
Santa Fe, NM
87505 US


So Many Ways to Give!

The Santa Fe Children’s Museum is a private, non-profit, 501(c3) organization funded by admission fees, memberships, party rentals, donations, and grants. Relying on donations for more than 50% of its operating budget, the Museum is in need of community support to keep its’ award-winning exhibits and programs going and growing.


It Takes a Village…

Here at the museum, we believe it takes a village to raise a child.

This year we’re working to make an impact in our community by providing memberships, birthtday parties, and unrestricted Museum access to at-risk children and families-in-need.

By collaborating with local organizations such as United Way and CYFD of Santa Fe, we’re able to help fellow Santa Feans with limited resources get their kids to the Museum.  Click to contribute to this exciting initiative!  


Amazon.com Wish Lists

Do you love to shop?  We’ve put together wish lists on Amazon.com which take all the guess work out of what to give!  Click on the list, put items in your cart, and check out… it’s as simple as that!  Your order will be delivered to the museum and will be immediately put to good use.  Give it a try, it’s fun!

Visit our General Programming Wish List

Visit our Earthworks Garden Wish List


If you’d like, a portion of the proceeds of your purchase will either go to SFCM or non-profit of their choice through Amazon Smile.


Commemorative Bricks


Pave the way to posterity!  Click here to download the registration form.

You can participate in this exciting project by adding your name to the path which meanders through the museum’s 1.5 acre Earthworks garden. Bricks can be imprinted with the name of a person, family, business, organization, or pet.

We invite you to honor someone special or enjoy your family’s name on one of these unique bricks.  Generations of Northern New Mexican children will thank you!


Join our efforts by becoming a sponsor of a Museum event, exhibit or program!


children@santafechildrensmuseum.org or call (505) 989-8359 x. 103.