The small yet welcoming village of Corrales retains a connection to its historical heritage and rural character. Corrales encompasses the rich and fertile land surrounding the west bank of the Rio Grande River. Its roots are permeated with the agricultural history of New Mexico. Designated as a National Historic Byway, visitors and locals alike find solace in the river bosque sanctuaries abundant with birds, wildlife, and pastoral fields. The village has a cultural and social history that reaches back to the original Pueblo inhabitants. True to its historical roots, Corrales is abounding with its old New Mexico classic adobe architecture. Visitors and locals alike are drawn to the art galleries, shops, and restaurants found on Corrales Road. The Corrales Bosque Gallery is proud to be a part of this diverse and historic cultural community.