This roadside attraction is pretty wild. Find the giant Green Coyote statue in front of Meow Wolf in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
The giant coyote sculpture is officially titled “Green Coyote” and was created by artist Don Kennell. The statue is 13-feet by 16-feet and constructed out of automobile sheet metal. It was originally, temporarily, erected at Railyard Park’s picnic circle in Santa Fe before finding a permanent home outside of Meow Wolf’s House of Eternal Return.
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Meow Wolf Santa Fe (also known as House of Eternal Return), is an immersive art experience. Founded in 2008, it has become renowned for its unique blend of art, technology, and interactive storytelling. Visitors are invited to explore a multi-dimensional space filled with mind-bending art, secret passages, and hidden surprises. In order to achieve their vision, they work with a diverse group of artists, architects, and builders to create the fantasy landscapes of their installations both inside and out.
The Santa Fe Meow Wolf was the first of its kind. Outside you can find this giant coyote sculpture along with a giant spider and robot.
Green Coyote Statue at Meow Wolf Santa Fe
Address: 1352 Rufina Cir, Santa Fe, NM 87507
Hours: 10am-8pm, Friday-Sunday; 11am-8pm Monday, Thursday; Closed Tuesday-Wednesday
Visit the official website for up-to-date hours, admission costs, and information.