Espanola Valley Fiber Arts Center
New Mexico Fiber Artisans
Handweavers Guild of America/Shuttle,Spindle and Dyepot
The Textile Museum
Camilla Valley Farm Weavers Supply
The Mannings -
Handweaving School and Supply Center
Navajo Rug Repair
Tapetes de Lana -
Yarn mill and Weaving shop in Mora, NM
Mexican Textiles Project
Ethnic Customs and Traditions in Clothing
Chimayo & Neighbors
Chimayo - What to see and do
High Road Artisans - Places to see up the High Road
Group Nine - Art on the High Road
Rancho de Chimayó Restaurante. World-renowned traditional and contemporary native New Mexican cuisine in a century-old adobe home.
Léona's Restaurante. Nationally famous, family-owned fast food restarurant and gift shop.
Chimayó Trading and Mercantile. Where History meets Art, specializing in Pueblo pottery, Navajo weavings, jewelry, carvings, and fine art.
Oviedo Carvings & Bronze. Traditional woodcarving and contemporary and Southwest bronze sculptures by Marco A. Oviedo.
The Rancho de Chimayó Collection Gallery.
Fine Native American and Spanish Art--jewelry, pottery, painting, sculpture, and more.
Santo Niño Gallery/a>. Religious articles, souvenirs from El Santuario, and traditional and contemporary religious art.
Ortega's Weaving Shop. Ttraditional Chimayo weavings by 7th- & 8th-generation weavers, plus Native American jewelry & Santa Clara Pueblo pottery.
Casa Escondida. Secluded, full breakfast, fireplaces, outdoor hot tub, and pet-friendly. Specials and packages available.
El Mesón de la Centinela. A charming adobe guest inn for a weekend or vacation getaway nestled in the peaceful surroundings of Centinela Ranch.
Rancho de Manzana. Inn on historic plaza features breakfast served under the grape arbor or in gourmet kitchen.
Rancho de Chimayó Hacienda. An adobe country inn wrapped around a charming courtyard with kiva fireplaces in rooms.
Spanish Village Art Center
Museum of International Folk Art -- Santa Fe, NM
- New Mexico
Rancho de Las Golondrinas - Near Santa Fe, NM
Martinez Hacienda - Taos, NM
New Mexico Department of Tourism
National Hispanic Cultural Center
- Albuquerque, NM