This was the third and final museum I visited on my first trip to Santa Fe. I enjoyed my time in this museum.
The first section was of miniature villages and people.
There was a whole little world set up to enjoy as you walked around and marveled at the details.
I wonder how many hours to create these figures, then place them so carefully.
Can you imagine if this was your playland as a child and you got to play with these little people.
This is amazing.
I would like to see this in Texas and use The Alamo as their inspiration.
Can’t you just see a miniature Jim Bowie and Davy Crockett fighting on the wall as wave after wave of Mexicans charged.
I’d also like to see the creators do an Egyptian scene, complete with pyramids in the background.
This would have been my favorite play area if this was mine as a kid. The boat and the water is really cool.
Another great scene to do in miniature would be the Battle of Gettysburg, during the Civil War. Soldiers everywhere, most bloody, some dying. 7,863 soldiers died at the Battle of Gettysburg.
Any type of historical miniature scene would be so educational. Kids would be enthralled with the little soldiers, etc. I would have loved to see that during my History class. It would make History come alive, so to speak.
I believe this is a Hindu piece.
Hindu again, I think.
Jesus is in many languages.
This was pretty cool.
I liked this display.
This looks Asian, like the dragons they dance in the streets with.
Until next time, be safe and have a chill day.