The Inn on the Alameda, in partnership with the famed Museum of International Folk Art, invite you to experience Tako Kichi: Kite Crazy in Japan. Dates for the exhibit were recently expanded thanks to its enormous popularity, and we are pleased to extend this 3-night offer to you for stays between March 10 and April 30, 2014. And thanks to popular demand, we are happy to announce the additional of package availability between June 2 and 25, 2014!
This is a wonderful spring-time opportunity for families, and museum visitors can participate by making their own kites in the gallery. Museum programming will include lectures, kite-making workshops, and kite-flying on the plaza at Museum Hill. (Check the museum’s web-site for more information on programs). So be our guest for three nights at the Inn on the Alameda, that enchanting small hotel in old Santa Fe, at a special rate in honor of this spectacular exhibit.
Please call (800) 289-2122 for more information, or book now. This 3-night package includes:
- Three (3) nights’ accommodations, single or double occupancy (additional nights may be booked at standard rates, subject to availability)
- The New Mexico Culture pass, which grants entrance to the The International Museum of Folk Art to enjoy the Tako Kichi exhibit, where docent tours are available for those interested in a deeper look. The Culture Pass offers entrance to 14 New Mexico Museums and Monuments in total!
- The Inn’s Breakfast of Enchantment each morning
- Our afternoon wine-and-cheese reception
Three-night Package total ranges from $417 to $957, depending on number of people, room-type, and dates selected; package total does not include applicable taxes. Choose any three consecutive nights between March 10 and April 30, 2014, or between June 2 and June 25, 2014 to take advantage of this special offer.
An additional charge of $35 per night will apply after two (2) persons in a room; a maximum of three (3) adults per guestroom.
(Photo of Daruma Kite Painting courtesy of David M. Kahn & the Museum of International Folk Art.)