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Top Things to Do & See in Santa Fe, New Mexico

Santa Fe, “Town of Holy Faith”, is a colorful, authentic, and magical place to experience in all seasons of the year. Participate in outdoor activities and marvel at the unspoiled beauty of our San de Christo mountain vistas, experience our legendary history & native culture and be inspired in our art galleries and museums showcasing both ancient traditional methods and the contemporary and edgy.

Enjoy world-class dining, shopping, hiking, mountain biking, skiing, experiential day trips, and colorful local markets and festivals. The Spanish Colonial charm of “The City Different” has been enchanting travelers for over 400 years. Come & be enchanted!

Overflowing with history, Santa Fe, established in 1610, is one of the oldest settlements in America. From its rich history and the wonderful activities, there is much to do in and around Santa Fe.

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Attractions & Sightseeing

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From renowned art markets to beautiful cathedrals, Santa Fe’s attractions deliver unique and unforgettable experiences, as well as world-class shopping.

Plan your next visit to our historic bed and breakfast in Santa Fe and check out these top attractions that you won’t want to miss!
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Top Dining Experiences

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Picking the “Best restaurants in Santa Fe” is like asking a mother to name her most loved child….impossible!

This a foodie’s dream town, so we are excited to share with you some of our favorites to help you plan your next visit to our Santa Fe bed and breakfast.
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Santa Fe Arts & Culture

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Santa Fe is known to be the third largest art market in the United States, with a variety of art festivals throughout the year, as well many museum-quality galleries throughout the city.

Being somewhat new to the Santa Fe art scene, I have solicited guests to help us with recommendations for the best art galleries in Santa Fe.
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Outdoor Recreations

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Santa Fe offers visitors endless opportunities for outdoor recreation year around.

A true winter wonderland, the nearby mountains offer snowshoeing, cross country skiing, and downhill skiing at the Ski Santa Fe Resort, which made Condé Nast Traveler’s list of most underrated ski resorts. During the warmer months, you can enjoy biking, horseback riding, rafting, or even a romantic hot air balloon ride over the valley. Spring, summer, fall and even winter provide perfect days to hike the outdoors.
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Events & Festivals

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See upcoming Santa Fe events and festivals and plan your next visit.

Our event calendar highlights some of our favorite cultural events, music festivals, fiestas, theater performances and art fairs throughout the year.
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The High Road to Taos

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This day trip takes you to the charming town of Taos and back to Santa Fe.

We recommend traveling to Taos on the beautiful High Road and returning to Santa Fe along the scenic Low Road.  (Approximately 165 miles roundtrip.) Nambé Pueblo & Nambe Falls The Pueblo of Nambé, home to….
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South on the Turquoise Trail

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This day trip takes you along the Turquoise Trail Scenic Byway south from Santa Fe on NM 14 through old mining towns, scenic landscapes of wide-open prairies, to the mountaintops of the Sandia Mountains and Albuquerque.

Allan Houser Sculpture Garden Located just twenty-five minutes South of Santa Fe off Highway…
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West to Los Alamos and the Jemez Mountains

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This day trip provides ample stunning vistas as it winds through Native American lands, ruins of an ancient civilization, the birthplace of the atomic age and one of the world’s largest dormant volcanoes.

San Ildefonso Pueblo Located 23 miles north of Santa Fe, the San Ildefonso Pueblo…
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Northwest to O’Keeffe Country

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See the Cottonwood tree-lined river beds, sandstone cliffs, and stunning colorful mesas that inspired Georgia O’Keeffe to leave New York City to make New Mexico her home.

Abiquiu Home of Georgia O’Keeffe’s restored adobe hacienda and studio, Abiquiu gives you a glimpse of the landscapes O’Keeffe made famous….
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East by Northeast to Pecos Wilderness and Las Vegas

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This day trip takes you to the “Other Las Vegas” along the historic Old Santa Fe Trail.

Pecos Wilderness Area on the way to Las Vegas going North on I-25, visit the Pecos National Historical Park. The Pecos Wilderness includes the southernmost extension of the Rocky Mountains…
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