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Santa Fe

Settled for centuries by the Pueblo people and occupied almost continuously after its founding by the Spanish in 1610, Santa Fe is the oldest capital city in the continental United States. The picturesque city has been drawing artists like Georgia O’Keefe to the area for nearly 100 years to document the culturally and geographically diverse landscape. That thriving art scene has continued today, as Santa Fe is home to galleries of all sizes, shapes, media and cultures. Interesting destinations, for both shopping and simply exploring, include the Santa Fe International Folk Art Market, the Santa Fe Indian Market, and a number of locations featuring the unique Spanish Pueblo Revival architecture. In the winter months, Santa Fe is a popular ski destination.


What to Do in Santa Fe

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San Miguel Mission
The San Miguel Mission is a Spanish Colonial Mission Churn which is also known as the San Miguel Chapel. It was constructed approximately between 1610...
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Barrio de Analco Historic District
The Barrio De Analco Historic District is truly rich in history as it includes one of the oldest houses and oldest church in the continental USA. Its historic...
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Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi
The Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi was constructed by Archbishop Jean Baptiste Lamy between 1869 and 1886. The Roman Cathedral is situated...
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Center for Contemporary Arts
The Center for Contemporary Arts has been a fascinating venue for cultural communities and diverse art in New Mexico since 1979. It has captivated about...
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El Rancho de las Golondrinas
The El Rancho de las Golondrinas was established in 1710 by Miguel Vega y Coca. It served as a former ranch North of New Mexico and was redesigned to what...
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Your price: $12
Georgia OKeeffe Museum
The Okeeffe Museum opened eleven years after the death of Georgia O’Keeffe on July 17, 1997. It is devoted to the interpretation and study of American...
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Your price: $56
Hyde Memorial State Park
The Hyde Memorial State Park is the first state park of New Mexico which is gloriously situated on the Sangre de Cristo Mountains along the Little Tesuque...
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Kokopelli Rafting Adventures
The Kokopelli Rafting Adventures rafting and kayaking in the Rio Chama and Rio Grande Rivers. Experience the thrill of a lifetime of Class IV whitewater...
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Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery
The Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery showcases high quality Navajo Blankets and antique retablos. It features the pottery work of Maria Martinez with...
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Museum of Indian Arts & Culture
The Museum of Indian Arts & Culture is a museum that deals with the art and culture of the Native Americans. The museum is accredited by the American...
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Your price: $18
Museum of International Folk Art
The Museum of International Folk Art was established by Florence Dibell on September 1953. It is the first Folk Art museum in Santa Fe and has the world’s...
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Museum of New Mexico
The Museum of New Mexico is composed of six institutions which are the New Mexico Museum of Art, Palace of the Governors, Museum of Indian Arts and Culture,...
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Museum of Spanish Colonial Art
The Museum of Spanish Colonial Art was established by Mary Austin and Frank G. Applegate in 1925. It is devoted to perpetuating and preserving the Spanish...
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Your price: $10
New Mexico History Museum
The New Mexico History Museum opened on May 24, 2009. Its location is just behind the historic Palace of the Governors. It presents public programs and...
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Your price: $18
New Mexico Museum of Art
The New Mexico Museum of Art is the longest running art museum in New Mexico. It is managed by the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs. The museum...
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Outspire Hiking and Snowshoeing
Custom guided day hikes, snowshoe tours or scenic tours in the Santa Fe New Mexico outdoors. Visit Santa Fe National Forest, Kasha Katuwe Tent Rocks, and...
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Palace of the Governors
The Palace of the Governors was constructed by Pedro de Peralta in 1610. It is an adobe structure situated between Washington Street and Palace Avenue...
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Santa Fe Children's Museum
The Santa Fe Children’s Museum is dedicated to provide joy while learning in the fields of art, sciences and the humanities. It is focused on informal...
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Santa Fe National Forest
The Santa Fe National Forest is a protected domain which is situated north of New Mexico in Southwestern USA. It was in 1915 when it was established covering...
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Santa Fe Opera
The Santa Fe Opera was established by the New York-based conductor, John Crosby in 1956 and was originally known as the Opera Association of New Mexico....
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Santa Fe Plaza
The Santa Fe Plaza was established by Don Pedro de Peralta in 1610. It has been the political, commercial and social center in Santa Fe back then. It is...
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The Loretto Chapel
The Loretto Chapel was once a Roman Catholic Church that was transformed into a wedding chapel and museum. It is popular for its helix shaped spiral staircase...
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Waxlander Gallery
The Waxlander Gallery and Sculpture Garden had been a favorite hub for art enthusiasts in Santa Fe for 29 years now. Situated on the historic Canyon Road,...
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Zane Bennett Contemporary Art
The Zane Bennett Contemporary Art is situated in a one of a kind architectural spaces of the city in the Historic Railyard District of Santa Fe. It covers...
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