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Official 2014 Travel Planner

Create Your   Santa Fe Adventure


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Santa Fe’s Only Native American Owned Hotel. Located in downtown Santa Fe in the heart of the Guadalupe Railyard District, our unparalleled personal service, warmth and hospitality make you feel at home. For the ultimate pampering and luxury, stay in our Hacienda—with fireplaces in each room and on-call butlers to fulfill your most exacting requests. Our spa and fitness center is the perfect place to lose yourself in a Native American inspired treatment that draws on ancient healing techniques.

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The Secret of Great Santa Fe Hospitality is out. For those seeking an elegant yet affordable alternative to Santa Fe’s upscale full-service hotels, look no further than Las Palomas. Our charming inn offers a host of studio and one-bedroom accommodations perfectly designed for couples and families alike.

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Experience

Naturally Beautiful

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ith jaw-dropping 360-degree mountain views, more than 300 days of glorious sunshine a year, perfect sunsets and 1.5 million acres of pristine national forest, Santa Fe is a naturally inspired setting for a retreat from the ordinary. Nourish your soul while breathing the cleanest air in the country, and leave all your worries behind while enjoying a peaceful walk at 7,000 feet in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. As the capital city with the highest elevation in the country, Santa Fe’s climate is defined by piercing blue skies and colorful changes in season. So breathe deep, exhale and repeat. Then start visualizing your own colorful journey in Santa Fe.


Contents

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Naturally Beautiful Santa Fe Experience Santa Fe’s stunning beauty firsthand

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The Perfect Getaway Discover the many reasons why Santa Fe is a top travel destination

10 Santa Fe Neighborhoods

Get acquainted with Canyon Road, the Plaza/Downtown and the Railyard/ Guadalupe District

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Downtown Map Greater Santa Fe Map Journey Into History

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Santa Fe by the Numbers

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Santa Fe, Like a Local

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The Art of it All

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Tune In to Santa Fe

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A Recipe for Adventure

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Relax & Rejuvenate

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Get Up and Go!

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Get Outta Town!

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Northern New Mexico Map Community Convention Center Traveling to Santa Fe Museum Calendar, Access Santa Fe Events Calendar Lodging Guide

Learn about Santa Fe’s rich cultural history

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Fun and fascinating facts

Blend right in with these helpful tips In Santa Fe, art is a way of life Music, dance and more take center stage

The best ways to slow down and recharge Outdoor adventures abound in Santa Fe

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Dine out in the City Deliciously Different

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Day trips with history, culture and more


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The Perfect Getaway for Any Reason! One hardly needs an excuse to visit Santa Fe, but if you insist, the city is bursting with world-class restaurants, shops, spas, music venues and art galleries. Fascinating historical sites and a colorful, tricultural heritage permeate the city, while incredible sightseeing, fun day trips and energizing outdoor activities abound. With so many things to see and do, Santa Fe has something for everyone.

From weddings and anniversaries to weekend getaways, Santa Fe is tailor-made for romance. There’s nothing like strolling through the Plaza hand-in-hand with your sweetheart and then sitting beside a roaring kiva fireplace while reflecting on a perfect day of shopping and sightseeing. Feel like taking it easy? Many Santa Fe hotels offer spa services, so try a relaxing couple’s massage right in your room. When you’re ready to venture forth, take in a show at the Lensic or a performance at the Santa Fe Opera, then wind down with a romantic dinner at one of Santa Fe’s exquisite restaurants to nourish your body and your soul.

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Self-indulgent Fun

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Romantic and Relaxing

With so many things to do—plus opportunities to take it easy—Santa Fe is perfect for bachelorette weekends, reunions with college friends and celebrations of all kinds. Get your shopping on at the city’s fabulous boutiques, where you can buy everything from handmade jewelry to designer cowboy boots. Discover New Mexican cuisine by taking a class at one of the city’s excellent cooking schools, and then let someone else work the stoves while you dine at a nationally recognized restaurant. If you’re looking to relax, head to a world-class spa for a luxurious wrap, tension-melting massage or therapeutic soak in healing waters.

Outdoor Adventures

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Santa Fe can satisfy even the most adventurous and active soul. Cyclists love our hills, and runners, hikers and mountain bikers seek out the area’s many scenic trails. Take to the skies in a private hot air balloon ride or, when the weather turns cold, get caught up in the winter fun with ice-skating, skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and snowblading.

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In the

Neighborhoods

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Explore Santa Fe like a local by getting acquainted with its three most beloved neighborhoods: the historic Plaza/Downtown area, artsy Canyon Road and the hip Railyard/Guadalupe district. Tons of fabulous shopping, historic landmarks, memorable people watching and delicious spots to eat and drink are just steps apart. Each neighborhood lends its distinctive vibe to Santa Fe’s diverse culture and begs to be explored by adventurous spirits, so put on your walking shoes, pick a neighborhood and come say hello. We’re eager to meet you!

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Plaza/Downtown

History Meets Hospitality

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Back in the day (that would be more than 400 years ago), the Plaza, originally a presidio, or fort, was the epicenter of Santa Fe life, government and commerce. A defensive wall surrounded houses, the governor’s residence and a prison. Today the Plaza’s vibe is considerably more friendly, with fabulous shops, restaurants, art galleries and museums lining the perimeter of a grassy park. Some of the city’s finest hotels and oldest landmarks are just a block away, making the Plaza and downtown area an ideal place to immerse yourself in Santa Fe’s past and present.

Canyon Road

Stunning Canyon Road has come a long way since its dirt trail days of centuries past. Now Santa Fe’s most famous street, Canyon Road is an art lover’s mecca, with more than 100 art galleries showcasing contemporary sculpture and paintings, works by old masters and traditional Native American weaving, ceramics and jewelry. With its beautifully preserved and restored adobe and Territorial-style homes, Canyon Road is architecturally artful as well. The mile-long street is eminently walkable and distinctly Santa Fe, and several restaurants and cafés help you recharge before hitting the next amazing shop or gallery.

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Railyard/Guadalupe District The newly revitalized Railyard/Guadalupe district is a great spot for mingling. Take a class at the Santa Fe School of Cooking, and then head to the heart of the Railyard, where you’ll find contemporary art galleries, independent bookstores, one-of-a-kind boutiques and numerous cafés. Meander slightly west toward Montezuma Street to check out the luxurious bedding, charming pet accessories, vintage fountain pens and more at the Sanbusco Market Center. Cap off your visit with a trip to Santa Fe’s celebrated Farmers Market, flanked by the Railyard Park, SITE Santa Fe and outdoor music venues. LISA LAW

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Journey into History

Chris Corrie

Let your senses go wild as you stroll the streets in this enchanting place, called the Dancing Ground of the Sun by early Native Americans. Our hearts have been dancing ever since, and yours will soon be dancing, too. Originally called La Villa Real de la Santa Fé de San Francisco de Asís—which translates to The Royal Town of the Holy Faith of St. Francis of Assisi—today Santa Fe is famously known by its nickname the City Different. With its rich cultural history and vibrant modern-day offerings, unusual and and magimagical Santa Fe has a one-of-a-kind colorful journey waiting for you.

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paradise for art lovers, history buffs, cultural explorers and outdoor enthusiasts, the moment you arrive in Santa Fe, it hits you: This place is like nothing you’ve ever seen before. Santa Fe’s history is some of the oldest in the country. The city’s architecture defies time, and its blended culture comes to life in numerous festivals, events and local traditions in addition to bustling galleries, shops and restaurants. So take the plunge: Immerse your-

self in the scene. Enjoy an unforgettable tour with Destination Southwest, a Well-Born Guide, Great Southwest Adventures or Historic Walks of Santa Fe. Discover for yourself why this land is so enchanting, why its nickname is the City Different. Just be sure to grab your camera and a lot of water first—you’re going to need both. Have only a day or two? That’s okay—a few key highlights will still make a big impact. Just be sure to return here as soon as you can. We know you’re going to want to.

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Stroll along the Plaza and you’re walking in the footsteps of Santa Fe’s most colorful ancestors. A blend of Native American, Spanish and Anglo cultures, Santa Fe’s rich and fascinating history dates back to the arrival of nomadic Paleo-Indians in this region around 10,000 BC. Their descendants were the original settlers of the area and the architects of adobe structures and the Pueblo style that defines Santa Fe’s distinctive look even today. Spanish explorers in search of gold first arrived in the Santa Fe area in the mid-16th century, eventually settling here and establishing Santa Fe as the capital of Nuevo Mexico around 1610. Anglo settlers began making their way into the Santa Fe region around 1750, with thousands more pouring in following the creation of the Santa Fe Trail in 1821 and the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway in 1878. In 1824, under Mexico, the Spanish province of Nuevo Mexico became the Territory of New Mexico. But in 1846, the United States claimed possession of New Mexico, spurring the Mexican-American War. Two years later, in the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, Mexico ceded nearly all of present-day California, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, Colorado and New Mexico to the United States. New Mexico was admitted to the Union as the 47th state in 1912 and celebrated its centennial of statehood in 2012. The histories of both the state of New Mexico and its ancient capital city are rooted in the interaction between the area’s early settlers. Those interactions define Santa Fe even today, with the city’s diverse cultural history apparent in everything from the local art and architecture to the cuisine.

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Santa Feans have been making history for more than 400 years.

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Tricultural Tradition

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anta Fe—the oldest capital city in the United States—celebrates birthday number 404 in 2014. In many ways, though, the city seems timeless. The Plaza, a one-block square in the center of downtown that’s served as Santa Fe’s cultural, social and political hub for four centuries, is the heart and soul of Santa Fe.


The Original Party Animals

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Santa Feans are social creatures, and our celebrations are legendary. Santa Fe even has a festival season that extends from May through October and includes more than 40 markets, festivals and shows. With dry, cool, sunny summers and autumns, can you blame us for wanting to set up shop outdoors? (See Events, page 55, for details.) Some Santa Fe festival traditions are new—like the Santa Fe Independent Film Festival, now in its sixth year—but many, like Fiestas de Santa Fe, the oldest continuous community celebration in the United States, have roots in the city’s earliest days. Other can’t-miss events in and around town include the world-renowned Indian Market, Spanish Market, International Folk Art Market and Santa Fe Wine & Chile Fiesta.

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SANTA FE CULTURE? We still hold public burnings. Santa Feans annually purge themselves of their worries with the public burning of Zozobra (aka “Old Man Gloom”) the week after Labor Day. The 50-foot marionette moans, groans and thrashes in harmless fury while the city’s residents (and numerous visitors) joyfully envision their troubles going up in flames with him. Viva Santa Fe!

Set your heart aglow with a visit to Santa Fe during the holidays. Farolitos light up rooftops and walkways across the city, spirits are bubbly and the city celebrates the joy of the season, Santa Fe–style. If you’re lucky enough to be visiting over Thanksgiving weekend, head to the Plaza on Friday when the lights are turned on, announcing the official kickoff to the holiday season. Las Posadas, which starts and ends at the Palace of the Governors, re-creates the biblical journey of Mary and Joseph as they searched for shelter the night Jesus was born. On Christmas Eve, sip hot chocolate or cider and join thousands of others strolling down Canyon Road during the annual Farolito Walk.

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Distinctive Style The three main styles of architecture in Santa Fe are Pueblo, Territorial and Northern New Mexico. In the oldest parts of the city, new buildings, additions and remodels must conform to one of the styles, which are identified as the following:

Pueblo – Inspired by Native American adobe buildings

and Spanish mud-brick churches, the Pueblo style features earth-colored stucco walls with an adobe-like appearance, rounded corners at intersections, brick flooring, rows of vigas and flat roofs drained by canales. Although at one time mostly one-story, today’s Pueblo-style buildings are often multistoried. See this style when you visit the Palace of the Governors, La Fonda on the Plaza and the New Mexico Museum of Art.

Territorial – The Territorial style is similar to the Pueblo style but features sharp-cornered walls, brick coping around the roofline and wood-trimmed windows. See this style when you visit the Catron Building (northeast side of the Plaza), the Drury Plaza Hotel on San Francisco Street and various homes on Canyon Road. Northern New Mexico – The area’s early settlers added

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pitched roofs to their Pueblo-style homes to facilitate snow runoff and prevent destruction to their roofs and homes. See this style when you visit the Pink Church Arts Center on Pacheco Street and El Zaguán on Canyon Road.

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History and Culture

Must-See Historical Stops Formerly a Roman Catholic church, today the Loretto Chapel (207 Old Santa Fe Trail) functions as a museum and wedding chapel. The chapel’s “miraculous” spiral staircase is an architectural wonder; its construction is the subject of much speculation.

The New Mexico History Museum (113 Lincoln) covers prehistory to today, while the Palace of the Governors (105 W Palace), the oldest continuously occupied government building in the country, houses exhibitions, collections and artifacts. During the day, Native American artisans sell handmade jewelry beneath the Palace’s portal.

Barrio de Analco (roughly bounded by E De Vargas and Old Santa Fe Trail off De Vargas) is the oldest historic district in Santa Fe. It includes San Miguel Mission (the oldest church in the country) and the Oldest House (both dating to the 1600s), plus five other historic structures and the buildings in between them.

Santuario de Guadalupe

The Plaza (bounded by W Palace, Lincoln, E San Francisco and Old Santa Fe Trail) was established ca. 1610 by Don Pedro de Peralta. Originally a presidio (fort) protected by a wall, the Plaza today is a grassy square surrounded by exquisite shops and exceptional restaurants. A bandstand, plentiful benches and an easy-to-navigate layout encourage sitting, strolling and people watching.

Southwest of the Plaza, the Santuario de Guadalupe (100 N Guadalupe) was built around 1776. A 12-foot statue of Our Lady of Guadalupe, patron saint of Mexico, rests on the grounds.

Canyon Road La Fonda on the Plaza A grand and sprawling example of Pueblo Revival architecture, this Santa Fe landmark hotel (100 E San Francisco) was the favorite of many early-20th-century artists, writers and visiting dignitaries.

The “art and soul of Santa Fe,” Canyon Road was a dirt trail for almost 250 years. Today it’s home to more than 100 of the world’s finest art galleries, containing works by the Taos and Santa Fe artists of the late 1800s and early 1900s as well as those by modern masters. While you’re checking out art along the mile-long stretch, be sure to also take in the buildings housing it all; many are well over a century old and beautifully preserved.

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Historic Plaza

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Loretto Chapel

Santa Feans have used Sena Plaza (125 E Palace) as a gathering place since 1610. Major Jose Sena built a small adobe on the site in 1864 that gradually increased in size to become a grand hacienda boasting more than 33 rooms. Today it houses La Casa Sena, a favorite local restaurant and a number of shops. Its courtyard is one of the prettiest places to sit in Santa Fe.

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St. Francis Cathedral (131 Cathedral Place), built between 1869 and 1887 by Bishop Jean-Baptiste Lamy, combines adobe, French-Romanesque and modern architectural styles in a breathtakingly beautiful package both inside and out. 2014 santa fe travel planner

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Fast Facts

Santa Fe by the Numbers

40 festivals

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250 galleries

Climate

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Santa Fe averages 300-plus days of sunshine per year.

Celebrations

7,000 feet Elevation

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Santa Feans love to have a good time, and they prove it with more than 40 festivals and fiestas each year that exalt everything from wine and chile to jazz and Native American arts.

History

Founded by Don Pedro de Peralta in 1610, Santa Fe is the oldest capital city in the United States at 404 years old. The Plaza and the Palace of the Governors were also built that year. The Palace of the Governors, which is now part of the New Mexico History Museum, is the oldest continuously occupied government building in the country.

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404 years

Population

250 restaurants

Santa Fe: 68,642 Santa Fe County: 146,375 New Mexico: 2,082,224 million

Land Area STEPHEN LANG

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Entertainment

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Santa Fe is home to more than 250 galleries in just a two-square-mile area that comprises Canyon Road, Downtown and the Railyard. Nearly 100 are on Canyon Road,

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Santa Fe, Like a Local During happy hour, it’s all about the rooftop. Settle in at the Bell Tower Bar at La Fonda on the Plaza, the Rooftop Cantina at Coyote Cafe, the Thunderbird Bar & Grill, Rooftop Pizzeria or Tanti Luce 221—all great spots to relax while watching the sun set over the mountains.

Enjoy

In New Mexico, the chile reigns supreme. When you order New Mexican food, be ready when your server asks you “Red, green or Christmas?” Don't forget to end your meal with a puffy, sweet sopapilla.

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Embrace the Differences In Santa Fe, sitting around is an art form. Park yourself under a covered portal and take in your unique surroundings. For great people watching, head to the Plaza, Railyard Park, Museum Hill and Canyon Road.

Work hard and play hard, Santa Fe–style. Hike the beautiful Aspen Vista Trail, soak in the hot tubs at Ten Thousand Waves and dig into a warm comfort meal at local favorite Tomasita’s or Maria’s.

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Smile and say hello! Openness and honest caring are the secrets to Santa Fe's warmth and charm.

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Wind Down We move slowly here. It’s okay; you can, too. No one will complain if you spend hours gazing at your surroundings—like a red-hued sunset or purple-tinted mountains in the distance.


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Canyon Road Contemporary Art Kathy Beekman, Perfectly Beautiful, pastel on paper, 35 x 42" Contemplate the vibrant colors and vast scapes of Kathy Beekman’s pastel paintings. Winters bring a chill and summers smell like grass; barns recall past days and clouds float moodily within dreamy blue skies. Textured palettes evoke landscapes familiar and remote. 403 Canyon Rd, 505-983-0433 info@canyoncontemporary.com canyoncontemporary.com

Pippin Contemporary 200 Canyon Rd, 505-795-7476 pippincontemporary@gmail.com pippincontemporary.com

Mark White Fine Art

Join us here in Mark’s calming, meditative kinetic garden to experience bliss with jd Hansen’s stunning figurative bronzes. Inside you will find exquisite works by Javier Lopez Barbosa, Ethan & Mark White and Charles Veilleux, among others. We look forward to your visit! 414 Canyon Rd, 505-982-2073 markwhitefineart.com

Barbara Meikle Fine Art The William&Joseph Gallery Karen Haynes, Listen to the Quiet, oil on canvas, 42 x 48" Our stable of 40+ artists represents an array of mediums, including glass, paintings, encaustic, mixed media and metal sculpture. Color and originality play a vital role in this gallery—we strive to show the best of the best, and our select group of artists is recognized professionally for their outstanding contributions to the arts, with works in notable collections worldwide. The William&Joseph Gallery views ‘art’ as not only an aesthetic, but a way of life. Open daily. 727 Canyon Rd, 505-982-9404 thewilliamandjosephgallery.com

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Ventana Fine Art Rebecca Tobey, Monarch, bronze ed. 50, 22.5 x 11 x 7" Ventana Fine Art continues its 30-year tradition of presenting the best in paintings and sculpture by established and emerging masters. Elegantly situated in a historic school building surrounded by sculpture gardens, Ventana showcases traditional and contemporary works with high aesthetic impact. 400 Canyon Rd, 505-983-8815 800-746-8815, ventanafineart.com


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Santa Fe is synonymous with art. Bursting with more than 250 fine-art galleries, standout museums and up-close experiences like studio tours, paint-outs and live demonstrations, Santa Fe is the third-largest art market in the country after New York and Los Angeles. The local art scene traces its roots to ancient Native American traditions, to the Spanish Colonial era that began more than 400 years ago and to European and East Coast artists who settled here in the early 20th century. Today you can browse historic art-filled adobes along Canyon Road, wander warehouse-like exhibition spaces in the Railyard and catch thought-provoking shows Downtown or on Museum Hill. Discover for yourself why this modern-day art colony has not only survived but thrived over the centuries and experience firsthand how its collection of everything from the classic to the contemporary, the ancient to the avant-garde, makes Santa Fe a mecca for art enthusiasts around the world. 2014 santa fe travel planner

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One of the top cities for art

Downtown The historic heart of Santa Fe is a hub of fine-art activity. Two of the four museums that contain the Museum of New Mexico collection—the New Mexico History Museum and New Mexico Museum of Art—surround the Plaza, while nearby, 20th-century modernist painter Georgia O’Keeffe and her contemporaries are celebrated at the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum. Native American art takes center stage under the portal of the Palace of the Governors, where, every day, Native artists sell their handmade jewelry directly to the public. Native art also figures prominently at leading galleries like Golden Dawn, Blue Rain and Niman Fine Art and museums like the Pablita Velarde Museum of Indian Women in the Arts and the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts— the only museum in the world that showcases the work of contemporary American Indian artists. South of the Plaza, the State Capitol’s Governor’s Gallery, part of the New Mexico Museum of Art, presents six exhibits a year featuring works by prominent presentday New Mexico artists. The building also contains the Capitol Art Collection, comprising almost 600 paintings, sculptures, textiles, glass works, ceramics and mixed media pieces. The City of Santa Fe Arts Commission’s Community Gallery at the Community Convention Center exhibits and sells works by Santa Fe and New Mexico artists. 26

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Canyon Road The nearly mile-long Canyon Road was designated a Residential Arts and Crafts Zone by the City in 1962. Authentic adobe homes, some hundreds of years old, are now galleries specializing in Western, Native American and contemporary art. Standout spots include Ventana Fine Art, Pippin Contemporary, Mark White Fine Art, The William&Joseph Gallery and Barbara Meikle Fine Art. Over the last two decades, the amount of cutting-edge, conceptual and contemporary realist art on Canyon Road has grown exponentially.


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Tony Abeyta, Blue Rain Gallery Georgia O’Keeffe Museum Margarete Bagshaw, Golden Dawn Gallery Julien McRoberts

The Railyard Anchored by the cutting-edge contemporary exhibition space SITE Santa Fe, which opened its doors in 1995, the Railyard has been luring forward-thinking artists and art enthusiasts for almost 20 years. The 50-acre neighborhood has seen an uptick in visitors and in the number of leading galleries like Zane Bennett Contemporary Art setting up shop following the completion of a major renovation in the fall of 2008. Today the Railyard, with its cafés, boutiques and farmers market, is a popular community gathering spot as well as a thriving art center. Visit the Railyard Visitors Center at the Historic Depot at 410 S Guadalupe.

Museum Hill Situated on Camino Lejo, a hillside street southeast of downtown accessible by the Santa Fe Trails bus system’s M-Line, Museum Hill offers four distinct art institutions. The privately owned Museum of Spanish Colonial Art and Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian are at opposite ends of the short drive. In between you’ll find the remaining constituents of the Museum of New Mexico: the Museum of International Folk Art, home to the world’s largest collection of traditional folk art from around the globe, and the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture and Laboratory of Anthropology, which presents Native arts from the greater Southwest region with a focus on the ties between art and its historic and cultural contexts. The Santa Fe Botanical Garden, opened in 2013, covers more than 12 acres and reflects the diversity of the Northern New Mexico landscape.

Mark White, Mark White Fine Art

More than 70 public art displays throughout town enhance the beauty of civic buildings, public parks and Santa Fe’s transit system, thanks to a 1986 legislative act that requires New Mexico to set aside funds for acquiring or commissioning works by local artists. The public works on display represent the diversity of art found in New Mexico and, of course, Santa Fe.

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John Nieto, Ventana Fine Art

Louisa McElwain, Evoke Contemporary

Creative Tourism Santa Fe continues to reinforce its designation as a UNESCO Creative City with a collection of interactive experiences designed to stimulate and educate visitors. The Santa Fe Creative Tourism program offers more than 300 hands-on local artisan–led workshops ranging from paper making, glass blowing and weaving to flamenco dancing, photography and jewelry. Find out more at santafe.org.

About a mile away from Museum Hill on Old Pecos Trail, the Center for Contemporary Arts promotes some of the area’s best contemporary art (and houses one of Santa Fe’s best movie theaters). The Santa Fe Art Institute on St. Michael’s Drive offers workshops, lectures, outreach programs, artist residencies and contemporary art exhibitions, while on the south side the four-year Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) houses the permanent collection of the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts. Also on St. Michael’s Drive, the Santa Fe University of Art and Design hosts numerous free exhibitions that are open to the public.

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Performing Arts

Tune In to Santa Fe Music, Dance and More take Center Stage

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Association (August through April). Choral aficionados can hear the Santa Fe Desert Chorale in the summer and winter months at venues like the Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi. In July, there’s the New Mexico Jazz Festival, featuring two solid weeks of saxophone and trombone solos (and more) on the Plaza and at the Lensic, while closer to Labor Day you can catch the Santa Fe Bluegrass & Old Time Music Festival at the Santa Fe County Fairgrounds. In June and July, don’t miss local and regional talent performing Latin jazz, blues, rock, Andean music or a fusion of genres Monday through Thursday at the Santa Fe Bandstand on the Plaza, or take in the family-friendly outdoor concerts at Music on the Hill, presented by St. John’s College, which allows you to picnic on a grassy field while taking in the tunes. Year-round, you can also enjoy live performances while dining and drinking at restaurants and bars throughout the city.

Trio Jalapeño plays traditional music in front of the Lensic.

Santa Fe’s performing arts venues bustle year-round with offerings large and small, classic and cutting-edge. The center of it all is downtown’s Lensic Performing Arts Center, a 1931 Spanish Renaissance–style auditorium that once hosted the likes of Judy Garland and Rita Hayworth. Today the Lensic features music, dance and literary events both traditional and contemporary. You’ll find plenty of power performances elsewhere in the city at places like Warehouse 21 and the Center for Contemporary Arts as well as at numerous outdoor venues around town.

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Spend an unforgettable summer evening at the open-air Santa Fe Opera, which attracts star singers from Europe and New York’s Metropolitan Opera. From July through August, enjoy new and classic works while taking in both the show onstage and the one beyond it: the sunsets, rainstorms, clouds and night sky. Get your fill of world-class classical music performances at the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival (also in July and August), the Santa Fe Symphony Orchestra & Chorus (fall through spring), and the Santa Fe Concert

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If you want a little history with your theater, visit the Santa Fe Playhouse, the city’s oldest theater company and the oldest continuously running theater west of the Mississippi. Productions range from Ibsen dramas to Shakespeare comedies to the annual BenchWarmers plays (eight 15-minute pieces written by locals). For those with avant-garde taste, Theater Grottesco offers new twists on old standards, melding acting with movement arts. Similarly, the physical-theater circus-arts group Wise Fool New Mexico performs its annual Circus Luminous extravaganza at the Lensic. In October, the Santa Fe Arts Festival’s art, music and film events, including the Santa Fe Independent Film Festival, are held throughout the city. You can catch the Santa Fe Film Festival in May.

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Take in high-energy flamenco performances at both El Farol and The Lodge, or, if you can’t stand to just sit back and watch, grab a partner and tango the night away at El Mesón. Ballet lovers and novices alike will marvel at the Aspen Santa Fe Ballet, which makes its home in both of its namesake cities and performs around the country and the world. In June, the Santa Fe Dance Festival features three consecutive weekends of contemporary choreography performed by Moving People Dance Theatre’s classically trained, ultramodern dancers.

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We Know Our Shopping Having been a key player along historic trading routes like the Santa Fe Trail and El Camino Real for centuries, it’s no surprise that Santa Fe is a major shopping destination. Family-owned shops line the downtown Plaza, while nationally known chains, plus one-of-a kind outfitters, are found in the Railyard/Guadalupe district. Canyon Road bursts with galleries and boutiques, while museum shops are everywhere, not just on Museum Hill. Annual markets, like Indian Market, Spanish Market and the International Folk Art Market, draw shopping-ready crowds from around the world, and major exhibitions, like Turquoise, Water, Sky at the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture, inspire purchases of one-of-a-kind hand-crafted jewelry. When approaching the Plaza, one of the first sights you’ll see is dozens of Native American artisans selling their turquoise and silver wares under the portal of the Palace of the Governors. Nearby are Dressman’s Gifts, a longstanding gift store; Rocki Gorman, which sells Southwestern jewelry and clothes; The Spanish Table, filled with Spanish cookbooks and ingredients, flan molds and paella pans; Cutlery of Santa Fe, offering an impressive range of knifeware; and the Real Deal Collection, featuring new and gently used high-end handbags, luggage and shoes. The Plaza Mercado, a shopping center on the Plaza, houses galleries, sweets shops, rooftop restaurants and more, while south of the Plaza, TIN-NEE-ANN Trading Co. sells Native American jewelry, Pendleton blankets, pottery and numerous other local gifts. Canyon Road is one of the best spots in the world to buy art, fine leather goods and chic home furnishings. For eye-catching jewelry, visit the Karen Melfi Collection, which offers only handmade pieces by mostly New Mexico artists. The Sanbusco Market and DeVargas shopping centers in the Railyard/Guadalupe district are go-to spots for home decor, cookware, sporting goods and designer apparel.

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Art Gone Wild Galleries Blue Rain Gallery Featuring Preston Singletary and Tony Abeyta 130 Lincoln Ave, Ste C 505-954-9902 blueraingallery.com

Featuring Lisa and D. Arthur Wilson 130 Lincoln Ave, Ste D, 505-820-1004 artgonewildgallery.com

Zane Bennett Contemporary Art

At Zane Bennett Contemporary Art, located in the historic Railyard Arts District of Santa Fe, you will find unexpected programs and exhibitions that are engaging and visually stimulating. This unique space, with its skylights, glass stairway and catwalks, provides optimum viewing of artworks by blue-chip, internationally known, mid-career, emerging local and regional artists. 435 S Guadalupe St, 505-982-8111, ext.1005 fax 505-982-8160, zanebennettgallery.com

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Niman Fine Art Dan Namingha, Autumn Cloud, 2013, oil on canvas, 20 x 20� Representing the works of Dan Namingha, Arlo Namingha and Michael Namingha. 125 Lincoln Ave, Ste 116, 505-988-5091, fax 505-988-1650 nimanfineart@namingha.com, namingha.com


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In the heart of the Santa Fe Plaza, under the most vibrant skies in New Mexico, lies the idyllic Drury Plaza Hotel. A historic preservation of St. Vincent Hospital, originally built in 1954, the Drury Plaza Hotel celebrates the building’s original architecture while embracing modern design.Take a moment to wind down in our lush gardens or overlook downtown Santa Fe from our breathtaking rooftop terraces. Immerse yourself in authentic Santa Fe culture - indulge in the 250 world-class art galleries, 200 first-rate restaurants, 15 major museums & numerous retail shops just moments from the hotel.

Journey into history. Savour our culture. Celebrate Santa Fe with us. Liza Williams Gallery Leslie Folksman, Something Fishy Going on Here, 48 x 84" Liza Williams Gallery is Santa Fe’s premier gallery for whimsical contemporary art and the finest vintage jewelry collection in town! Our landmark building is located at the intersection of Old Santa Fe Trail and Old Pecos Trail. Open daily except Wednesday. 806 Old Santa Fe Trl, 505-820-0222 lizawilliamsgallery.com

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EVOKE Contemporary Louisa McElwain, A Heavenly Inheritance, oil on canvas, 44 x 44" EVOKE Contemporary invites you to experience the creative spirit and rhythm of Santa Fe in the Downtown Arts and Museum District and off the historic Santa Fe Plaza with a dynamic program of events and exhibitions. EVOKE features contemporary representational paintings and sculpture with an emphasis on compelling and provocative art of international acclaim. 130 Lincoln Ave, Ste F, 505-995-9902 evokecontemporary.com

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Santa Fe ... the green chile cheeseburger capital of the world. Santa Fe is a food-lover’s town, thanks to a rich culinary history that dates back many centuries. Bursting with its own distinct flavor, the city has a zest you simply have to experience for yourself. Sample our legendary and innovative cuisine and discover why the chile isn’t just an ingredient, it’s a way of life. Planning a sightseeing or adventure itinerary during your visit? Mapping out flavorful meal destinations is half the fun. And with nationally acclaimed chefs in many of Santa Fe’s more than 250 restaurants, you can enjoy everything from contemporary fine dining to farm-to-table freshness. So bring your appetite, and get ready for a one-of-a-kind dining experience that only the City Different can offer. 34

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Take your dining seriously—as Santa Feans do—and reap the culinary benefits. From New Mexican to Japanese, casual to fine dining, breakfast to dessert, there’s a restaurant for every culinary hankering. Looking for something upscale? The Compound on Canyon Road features Southwestinspired creations by James Beard Award–winning chef Mark Kiffin, while the Coyote Cafe, just off the Plaza, features chef Eric DiStefano’s internationally inspired Southwestern cuisine. If you’re craving local flavor, try the authentic Spanish tapas and paella at El Mesón or the family-friendly New Mexican fare at The Shed or La Choza. Just outside of town, en route from Santa Fe to Taos, the 49-year-old Rancho de Chimayó serves traditional and contemporary New Mexican cuisine. The city’s top hotels offer elegant but accessible fine dining at places like Luminaria at the Inn and Spa at Loretto, Las Fuentes at Bishop’s Lodge, Amaya at Hotel Santa Fe, Fuego at La Posada de Santa Fe and La Plazuela at La Fonda on the Plaza. For specific culinary cravings, head to Cowgirl BBQ, Realburger, Thai Café or Osteria d’Assisi, and for contemporary comfort food plus New Mexican favorites, check out Blue Corn Cafe & Brewery. If you’re on the go and want fast but fresh food, head to Santa Fe staple Bumble Bee’s Baja Grill.

It’s not all about the food. Santa Fe is also home to several of New Mexico’s 45-plus world-class wineries and distilleries. Your culinary tour won't be complete without a visit to Estrella del Norte Vineyard or Vino del Corazón. Fans of Scotchstyle whiskies will enjoy the tasting room at Santa Fe Spirits. If tequila is more your style, try one of the more than 100 signature margaritas on the menu at Maria's New Mexican Kitchen. No matter where you visit, one of Santa Fe's award-winning mixologists will pour up something special just for you.

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Foodie Fiestas and Festivals ARTfeast (February 21–23) Food meets art during this weekend of events meshing art, food, wine, fashion and the home. ARTfeast benefits art programs for Santa Fe youth.

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Santa Fe Restaurant Week (February 23–March 1) Sample fabulous Santa Fe eateries like Fuego, Shohko Café, Il Piatto and Luminaria at value prices. All of the more than 30 participating restaurants offer specially priced three-course dinners.

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Santa Fe Wine Festival at El Rancho de Las Golondrinas (July 5–6) New Mexico’s best vintners and distillers showcase their recent vintages and spirits at this living history museum just north of La Cienega. Meet the winemakers and sample more than 50 different wines.

Balance the heat with some sweet when you journey the Santa Fe Chocolate Trail. Todos Santos Chocolates and Confections in Sena Plaza downtown offers up homemade truffles, toffees and gold- or silver-leaf-covered chocolate Milagros. Sip on authentic Mesoamerican and historic European chocolate drinks at Kakawa Chocolate House, or head to the ChocolateSmith, which specializes in fresh dark chocolate, where you can indulge in chile chocolates and Don Juan pecans. Chocolate happy hour? You bet. C. G. Higgins Confections, known for its chile pecan brittle, serves up chocolate drinks daily from 4 to 6 PM.

In search of the perfect green chile cheeseburger

Green Chile Cheeseburger Smackdown (September 12) Seven finalists battle it out for best green chile cheeseburger in town, as determined by a panel of celebrity judges. Now in its second year, the competition’s first-ever winner was Realburger, with Cowgirl BBQ winning the People’s Choice Award.

Santa Fe is the green chile capital of the world, and boasts 18 stops along its Green Chile Cheeseburger Smackdown Tour. Places like Realburger, Cowgirl BBQ, Rio Chama, Dr. Field Good’s Kitchen, Caffe Greco and Del Charro at the Inn of the Governors offer sublime, juicy burgers made with local beef, cheese and chiles served on homemade buns, rolls and bread. Pair them with everything from killer onion rings to sweet potato fries, or simply enjoy them on their mouthwatering own.

Santa Fe Wine & Chile Fiesta (September 24–28) Celebrated chefs and vintners from around the world converge for five days of cooking demos, auctions, tastings and food and wine pairings.

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Come TO Ck. COME TO EAT. COME To SHOP. COME To S OUR FABULOUS NEW SPACE. The school features hands-on and demonstration classes and a market filled with your favorite New Mexican products and foods. We’ve added exciting new cooking classes, taught by some of Santa Fe’s best chefs, and our signature restaurant walking tours are your entrÊe to the delicious flavors of Santa Fe. Our beautiful new space and outdoor patio are perfect for your special events and private gatherings. For more information and class schedules, visit us online at santafeschoolofcooking.com. 125 North Guadalupe Street, Santa Fe (at the corner of Guadalupe and Johnson) 800.982.4688 505.983.4511 santafeschoolofcooking.com

Not content to simply have your food handed to you? Create your own culinary masterpiece at one of Santa Fe’s fabulous and interactive cooking schools. And what a perfect souvenir from your visit to Santa Fe: a lifetime appreciation of New Mexico cuisine and hands-on knowledge to make it yourself. Grab your friends or family and unlock local kitchen secrets at the Santa Fe School of Cooking, three blocks from the Plaza on Guadalupe, where classes give you the lowdown on making tamales, rellenos, red and green chile sauce and more and also cover everything from knife skills to presentation of restaurant-quality meals. Some summer classes are held at the beautiful Estrella del Norte Vineyard just north of Santa Fe, where you can taste the winery’s recent vintages and enjoy a wine pairing dinner. The Santa Fe Culinary Academy, run by local chefs Rocky Durham and Tanya Story, offers a 50-week professional program for those serious about working in the industry, plus fun, short courses on cooking and baking if you’ve only got a few days in town.

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The Original Realburger 2641 1/2 Cerrillos Road Restaurant: 505-474-7325 Catering: 505-699-5392

Cowgirl BBQ is the proud winner of this year’s Green Chile Cheeseburger Smackdown People’s Choice Award! Along with the best burgers in Santa Fe, the Cowgirl plates up savory mesquite-smoked BBQ, modern American comfort food, great steaks and vegetarian specialties. Full bar and nightly entertainment, too! Lunch and dinner until late seven days a week.

“The Original Realburger” opened in 1974 and continues to be a local favorite. We offer counter-style service in a feel-at-home dining area. Our hometown cooking comes directly from the Chavez family recipe vault, and we specialize in the Santa Fe favorite Original Realburger and Northern New Mexican and American favorites at hometown prices. We also specialize in a quality and professional catering experience, from preparation to service. All menus under the sun are custom-made to accommodate your special event at hometown prices. Winner of the 2013 Santa Fe Green Chile Cheeseburger Smackdown.

El Mesón Restaurant & ¡Chispa! Tapas Bar 213 Washington Avenue, 505-983-6756 elmeson-santafe.com

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BODY Café

The soul of Spain in downtown Santa Fe. Offers classical Spanish cuisine, including tapas, paella and exquisite wines. Full bar and live entertainment. Open Tuesday–Saturday 5–10 pm. Reservations recommended. Handicap access.

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315 Restaurant & Bar is located at 315 Old Santa Fe Trail in the historic Barrio de Analco. 315 is celebrating its 18th year and is in the tradition of French bistros under the leadership of Louis Moskow. Serving French classics and utilizing locally sourced products, 315 offers an award-winning wine list and a full bar, as well as nightly specials, bar menu, and a seasonally changing regular menu. Dinner nightly from 5–9 pm weeknights and until 9:30 pm on Fridays and Saturdays. Blue Corn Brewery 4056 Cerrillos Road, 505-438-1800 bluecornbrewery.com

Blue Corn Brewery opened in 1997. It is a favorite of both locals and visitors. Our varied menu of New Mexican specialties and contemporary comfort food is made fresh from scratch daily. Our chef is passionate about using locally grown and seasonally appropriate foods. Our on-site brewery produces award-winning, handcrafted beers. We use the finest ingredients from around the world to make a wide variety of ales and lagers. Open daily 11 am until close. Blue Corn Café 133 Water Street, 505-984-1800 bluecorncafe.com

This local favorite is located in the heart of downtown Santa Fe in the Plaza Mercado building. We offer casual New Mexican cuisine, pub fare and awardwinning, handcrafted beer. Blue Corn Café also has the perfect bar for catching all your favorite sports, a popular happy hour and a beautiful rooftop patio overlooking historic Water Street. Open daily from 11 am until close. 38

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What’s the best thing about BODYCafé? The deliciously satisfying vegan-based menu? The liberating, 100-percent-gluten-free bakery? The local, organic meats and wild-caught fish? Or maybe the biodynamic beer, wine and sake list? See for yourself, and prepare for the extrordinary at BODYCafé, only five minutes from the Plaza. Bumble Bee’s Baja Grill

301 Jefferson Street, 505-820-2862 3777 Cerrillos Road, 505-988-3278 bumblebeesbajagrill.com

Santa Fe’s freshest fast food! BOTH locations serving authentic, FRESH, BAJA-STYLE, GOURMET MEXICAN FOOD, including burritos, tacos, fresh salads, burgers, hot dogs, shakes and fries. We’re famous for fish tacos! We use organic ground beef, local organic lamb and natural chicken. Plus an extensive selection of vegetarian, vegan, paleo and glutenfree entrées. Beer and wine served. The Compound Restaurant 653 Canyon Road, 505-982-4353 compoundrestaurant.com

James Beard Foundation’s “Best Chef of the Southwest,” chef/owner Mark Kiffin, pairs contemporary American cuisine with professional service in a timeless, elegant adobe building designed by famed architect Alexander Girard. Intimate garden patios. Private dining rooms accommodating 12 to 250 guests. Wine Spectator’s award-winning wine list. Full bar with bar menu. Lunch and dinner. Private parking. Dinner nightly from 6 pm; lunch Monday–Saturday noon–2 pm. June 28–September 4, lunch Monday–Saturday 11:30 am–2:30 pm.

At Ten Thousand Waves, 3 1/2 miles up Hyde Park Road, 505-428-6390, tenthousandwaves.com

Izanami is izakaya dining, serving exquisite Japanese-inspired small plates in a casual farmhouse setting. Featuring charcoal-grilled meats and vegetables on sticks, salads, housemade pickles, coffee drinks, great desserts and the most amazing selection of Japanese beer and artisanal sake west of New York and east of Tokyo. Booths, tables, tatami seating and the most beautiful patio in Santa Fe. Open 10 am– 10 pm every day of the year. Combine lunch or dinner with a visit to Ten Thousand Waves Japanese Spa & Resort. La Casa Sena 125 East Palace Avenue, 505-988-9232 lacasasena.com

Located in the historic Sena Plaza, surrounded by gardens, this has been one of Santa Fe’s favorite restaurants for over 30 years. Featuring New American West cuisine infused with Northern New Mexico influences. La Casa Sena is committed to using fresh, local and seasonal ingredients whenever possible. We also offer an award-winning wine list. Open daily from 11 am until closing. La Cantina’s waitstaff sings current hits, Jazz and Broadway nightly in our Cantina starting at 6 pm. Also offering the only Wine & Spirits shop in downtown Santa Fe. Open 11 am–6 pm Monday– Saturday, noon–5 pm Sundays. La Choza

905 Alarid Street, 505-982-0909 lachozasf.com

La Choza is celebrated for its traditional New Mexican cuisine, blue corn specialties, red and green chiles, spicy fish tacos, green-chile clam chowder, refreshing margaritas, friendly service and colorful ambience. La Choza has been owned and operated by a local family since 1983. Lunch Monday–Saturday 11 am–2:30 pm, dinner 5–9 pm.


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La Plazuela, located in the heart of historic La Fonda on the Plaza, is a feast for the senses. Skylights flood the restaurant with natural light, a soothing fountain sits below a dramatic, wrought-iron chandelier and hand-painted windows encircle the room. At La Plazuela, old favorites have been reinvented with tantalizing New World twists, and our classic Northern New Mexico specialties are not to be missed. Our wine list is award-winning. Come make memories with us! La Posada

330 E Palace Avenue, 505-986-0000 laposadadesantafe.com

Santa Fe’s natural beauty and the luxury of a four-diamond resort with highly acclaimed restaurants come together on six acres of secluded grounds. Spend time at La Posada de Santa Fe Spa and Salon. Stroll to shops and galleries. La Posada of Santa Fe is an ideal spot for getaways, meetings and weddings. Las Fuentes Restaurant & Bar at Bishop’s Lodge

1297 Bishop’s Lodge Road, 505-819-4035 800-732-2240, bishopslodge.com

Las Fuentes offers Nuevo Ranchero cuisine unique to Bishop’s Lodge, with indigenous influences. Patio views span the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, and the warm ambience echoes Santa Fe history, style and culture. Full bar, indoor and outdoor seating and an award-winning Sunday champagne brunch. Open daily 7 am– 9:30 pm; seasonal hours for lunch. mangiamo pronto! 228 Old Santa Fe Trail, 505-989-1904 mangiamopronto.com

Mangiamo (“let’s eat”) Pronto! is a café/bar/trattoria Italiano in downtown Santa Fe located near the Loretto Chapel on Old Santa Fe Trail. Begin the day with breakfast on the patio with Italy’s best coffee, Lavazza. Lunch features panini, pizza, salad, soup and pasta. Enjoy a mid-afternoon break with gelato or sorbetto and an Italian soda or espresso. Happy hour with vino, birra and antipasto starts at 4 pm. Stay for an Italian-style dinner beginning at 5 pm. Enjoy the day and evening on one of Santa Fe’s beautiful and enjoyable patios. Open daily from 7:30 am. Maria’s 555 W Cordova, 505-983-7929 marias-santafe.com

We wrote the book on margaritas. Literally! The Great Margarita Book. Offering 165-plus margaritas, over 100 tequilas, and great New Mexican food. Maria’s has been a local’s favorite for over 27 years! Open daily from 11 am until close.

Plaza Cafe Southside 3466 Zafarano, 505-424-0755 plazacafesouth.com

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Enjoy more than 100 years of tradition. Plaza Cafe Southside, the sister restaurant to the famous Plaza Cafe downtown, delights both tourists and locals with delicious, regional diner cuisine. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner in a casual, friendly, but upscale atmosphere. Huevos rancheros, margaritas, breakfast all day; yummy fresh house-baked goods and the chef’s imaginative specials. Plaza Cafe Southside has something for everyone. If you don’t know the Plaza Cafe Southside, you don’t know Santa Fe! Monday–Thursday 7 am–10 pm; Saturday 8 am–10 pm; Sunday 8 am–9 pm.

Ostería d’Assisi

Rooftop Pizzeria

Located in historic downtown Santa Fe, two blocks from the Plaza, Ostería d’Assisi offers world-class service, authentic Italian cuisine, an extensive wine list, and cocktails. A native of Lake Como, owner Lino Pertusini proudly offers traditional dishes with an innovative flair! The menu features organic meats and vegetables; fresh seafood; locally raised beef, lamb, veal; gluten-free pizza; and homemade pastas. Lunch Monday– Saturday 11 am–3 pm, dinner nightly 5–10 pm.

Offering the best in gourmet pizzas, pastas and salads. Located right off the Plaza! You will enjoy intimate, casual dining with a beautiful patio that perches you in the position to take in a spectacular Santa Fe sunset. Food Network Magazine voted our No. 3 pizza “Best Pizza in New Mexico.” We also feature more than 20 craft beers and more than 20 wines by the glass. Enjoy curbside pickup or call Dashing Delivery (983-DASH) for delivery. Open daily from 11 am until close.

58 S Federal Place, 505-986-5858 osteriadassisi.com

Rancho de Chimayó Restaurante 300 County Road 98 in Chimayó 505-984-2100, ranchodechimayo.com

A treasured part of New Mexico’s history and heritage— a timeless tradition. Serving world-renowned traditional and contemporary native New Mexican cuisine in an exceptional setting since 1965. Enjoy outdoor patio dining or soak up the culture and ambience indoors at this century-old adobe home. Try Rancho de Chimayó’s specialty: carne adovada—marinated pork simmered in a spicy, red-chile caribe sauce. Come cherish the memories and make new ones. Open seven days, May–October 11:30 am–9 pm; open six days (closed Mondays) November–April 11:30 am–8:30 pm. Online store is now open! Rio Chama

414 Old Santa Fe Trail, 505-955-0765 riochamasteakhouse.com

A favorite for locals and visitors alike for more than 13 years. Serving the finest prime and choice dry-aged steaks, chops and seafood; continuously voted one of the “Best of Santa Fe” for steaks and cocktails. Our wine list features more than 800 labels and 20 wines by the glass, earning us the “Best of Award of Excellence” from Wine Spectator. Rio Chama offers intimate dining spaces, two beautiful patios and a bustling bar. Our historic private dining rooms can accommodate from 10 to more than 100 guests. Open daily 11 am until close.

60 East San Francisco Street, 3rd floor 505-984-0008, rooftoppizzeria.com

The Shed

113 1/2 E Palace Avenue, 505-982-9030 sfshed.com

Located in a historic adobe hacienda dating back to 1692, The Shed has become a dining tradition for locals and visitors alike. Chef-owned and operated since 1953, The Shed is world-renowned for its red-chile enchiladas as well as delectable soups, salads, and desserts . . . and of course, margaritas! 2003 James Beard Award Winner. Monday–Saturday 11 am–2:30 pm, 5:30–9 pm. Thai Cafe

329 W San Francisco Street, 505-982-3886 thaicafesantafenm.com

Two consecutive awards of the prestigious “Thai Select” by the Ministry of Commerce, Thailand. Recommended on Trip Advisor. The Chef Owner brings Bangkok’s authentic Thai cuisine flavors to Santa Fe. The Pad Thai and curries are customer favorites. Most dishes can be made vegetarian. Informal dining and friendly atmosphere. Located three blocks west of the Plaza with free parking and handicap accessible. Takeout is available. Mon-Sat, Serving lunch 11:30 am–3 pm, Dinner 5–9 pm. Sunday 5:30–8:30 pm. Or try Thai Cafe & Noodle Treats on the southside: 3486 Zafarano Drive, 505-424-1818. M,T,Th,F-S 11:30 am–9 pm. Sun 12:30–8 pm. 2014 santa fe travel planner

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& Rejuvenate In the true spirit of Santa Fe, slow down . . .

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anta Fe is the ideal destination for relaxing, detoxing, and getting away from it all, thanks to its pristine mountain setting, abundance of sunshine and legendary healing energy. So go ahead—take the plunge into an ancient hot spring, wrap yourself in an herbal body treatment or recenter your mind and spirit with a meditation class or intensive yoga retreat. Whatever your body and soul is needing, Santa Fe has it in spades. Learn more at SantaFe.org


Resort and Day Spas

the authentic experience Unique accommodations Award-winning SháNah Spa Fine dining, sunset patio with views Horseback riding, hiking and biking Outdoor heated pool, tennis & archery

Santa Fe’s authentic ranch resort since 1918.

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Santa Fe offers arguably more worldclass spa experiences than any other American city of its size, with treatments influenced by cultures near and far— from Native American to European, and from Japanese to Indonesian. Hotel and resort spas, with their extensive and creative menus—like the ones at Bishop’s Lodge, the Inn and Spa at Loretto, La Posada de Santa Fe, the Eldorado Hotel, Hotel Santa Fe, La Fonda on the Plaza and the Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado Santa Fe—are destinations in their own rights. Services may be enjoyed in settings as diverse as outdoor massage gardens and Native American tepees. Day spas more than hold their own in Santa Fe, offering perfect complements to activity-filled days of sightseeing, skiing, hiking or shopping. Blissful treatments based on the healing properties of local ingredients like desert clay, sage and juniper are among the most popular, as are skin-softening body masks, detoxifying scrubs and wraps and purification rituals.

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Get Moving

WILL MCPHERSON

Yoga is popular in Santa Fe, and the city is home to many studios, like BODY of Santa Fe, that serve practitioners of every variety and skill level. Classes in town center on Ashtanga, Hatha, Vinyasa, Iyengar and Bikram methods, with emphasis placed on everything from flexibility and technique to breathing and creative movement.

Be Still

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For those looking to slow down and make quiet contact with their spirit, the Buddhist Upaya Institute and Zen Center on Cerro Gordo Road offers daily meditation classes that are open to the public in addition to numerous retreats, workshops and weekly public talks. The serene campus alone is enough to calm the mind and body, with its winding paths, adobe buildings and stunning mountain views.

Soak Away Your Stress

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The perfect antidote to sore, aching muscles following a day on the town or the trails is a soak in naturally healing waters. Head toward Santa Fe’s mountains for Ten Thousand Waves’ secluded Japanese-inspired tubs—either budget-friendly communal ones or luxurious private options. Outside of town, an easy drive away, you can indulge in Ojo Caliente’s natural geothermal pools, which have been recognized for their healing benefits for thousands of years. Ranging in temperature from 80 to 109 degrees Fahrenheit, the mineralrich waters are filled with lithium, iron, soda and arsenic, which are believed to help conditions ranging from depression to digestive issues. A refreshing mud pool is touted as a great way to detoxify your skin. Slather yourself with mud, let it dry in the New Mexico sun and return to town feeling cleansed and refreshed. 42

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FAR FROM ORDINARY

Find Las Vegas style gaming that will keep you coming back for more. Stay in one of our oversized 477 sq. ft. guestrooms. Discover golf is more than just a game; it’s an experience. Unearth the tranquility you desire in our state-of-the-art spa. Take pleasure in an exceptional dining occasion in one of our many restaurants. Marvel at the musical event unlike any other in the 4,200-seat outdoor amphitheater. Everything at Sandia is Far from Ordinary. I-25 & Tramway | Albuquerque, NM | 505.796.7500 | 877.272.9199 | www.sandiacasino.com

Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs Resort & Spa

Must be 21 to gamble, Please gamble responsibly. Gambling problem? Call 1-800-572-1142. Š 2014 Sandia Resort & Casino, Albuquerque, NM

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Outdoor Adventures Abound in Santa Fe

Carrie McCarthy

One of Santa Fe’s biggest draws is its spectacular scenery, and with that scenery comes unparalleled opportunities for outdoor recreation anytime of the year. On Upper Canyon Road, the Randall Davey Audubon Center and the Nature Conservancy’s Santa Fe Canyon Preserve comprise 325 acres that rise through four eco-zones, from brushy cottonwood and willow to Ponderosa pine forest. The walking trails are popular with bird-watchers, thanks to some 140 species that nest on the land. For more challenging routes into the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, head to the Dale Ball trail system or to Atalaya Mountain, a seven-mile-round-trip trek that leads hikers from a sandy arroyo to a rocky ridgetop with expansive views. Recognized nationally for our mountain biking and bike friendliness, bikers are also welcome on most Dale Ball and Atalaya trails as well as on the Chamisa and Borrego trails, both part of the Santa Fe National Forest. Hyde Memorial State Park affords more day hiking opportunities with its extensive network of roadside trails and its campgrounds for tent and RV camping.

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Fresh Air One of the best ways to navigate Santa Fe’s rugged terrain and take in its sweeping mountain views is on horseback. Guided tours and private rides are available through Santa Fe Stables and Bishop’s Lodge Ranch Resort & Spa. For the truly adventurous, or for those desiring a bird’s-eye view of the stunning local scenery, private hot air ballon rides are available through Santa Fe Balloons. Water babies, take heart: New Mexico may be landlocked, but there’s still wetand-wild fun to be had. Enjoy swimming and boating at Abiquiú, Cochiti

Santa Fe has the cleanest air in the United States according to the American Lung Association. and Nambé lakes—plus, at Nambé you can get an up-close look at the spectacular Nambé Waterfalls. For white water rafting, check out outfitters like Santa Fe Rafting and New Wave Rafting for their various excursions along the Rio Grande. At over 7,000 feet, Santa Fe’s mountain setting makes it an ideal destination for skiing. Ski Santa Fe has 7 lifts, 74 trails, a snowsports school and a children’s center. With one of the highest elevations in the country, Ski Santa Fe is popular with snowboarders, too. As part of a winter day trip from Santa Fe, you can head to Taos Ski Valley, with its 110 trails, or to Pajarito Mountain, which offers snowboarding, snowblading and skiing. Snowshoeing and cross-country skiing are popular at Valles Caldera National Preserve and, back in town, along the Nordic and Aspen Vista Trails below Ski Santa Fe. Ice-skating enthusiasts should head to the indoor rink at the Genoveva Chavez Community Center. If simply enjoying the scenery is more your thing, take a ride on the steamoperated Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad, a National Historic Landmark. The 1880 train offers daily excursions between New Mexico and Colorado from May through October.

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Get Up and Go!


Stay in Your Fitness Groove There’s no reason to put your workout routine on hold while visiting Santa Fe, which is home to 61 parks. Check out the walking paths in Frenchy’s Field or the 1,500-acre La Tierra Trails, popular with hikers, mountain bikers, equestrians and BMXers. Swim indoors at Salvador Perez Recreation Complex or, in the summer, outdoors at Bicentennial Park. Fort Marcy Recreation Complex has pools for adults and kids plus a gym, racquetball courts, a weight room, walking paths and fields for softball and other sports.The Genoveva Chavez Community Center boasts a 50-meter pool, a gym, an indoor ice rink, an indoor track and spin, yoga and kickboxing classes. Santa Fe’s several golf courses include the public Marty Sanchez Links de Santa Fe and the semi-private courses at Quail Run Resort and the Santa Fe Country Club. Bring the family to Fort Marcy Park May through July to catch the Santa Fe Fuego play baseball at home. If you prefer to hit the ground running (literally), try a competitive race like the Santa Fe to Buffalo Thunder Half Marathon, the City of Santa Fe Triathlon or a low-key fun run.

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TREASURES

Canyon Road Contemporary Art Molly Heizer, Bean Kachina Muzribi, ceramic 20 x 12 x 15� Enjoy Native-inspired totems, kachinas and animals by Molly Heizer. Wisdom and whimsy embody her pieces as they reinterpret tribal folklore. Celebrating 20 years with Molly Heizer! 403 Canyon Rd, 505-983-0433 info@canyoncontemporary.com canyoncontemporary.com

Rocki Gorman Visit the design gallery of nationally advertised jewelry designer Rocki Gorman and you will discover her handcrafted sterling silver and contemporary Southwestern jewelry as well as unique clothing collections to complement her jewelry designs. You will be greeted by a knowledgeable and friendly staff who are here to assist you. Open seven days a week. La Fonda on the Plaza, 119 Old Santa Fe Trail Santa Fe, NM, 87501, 505-983-7833 rgsantafe@live.com, rockigorman.com

Karen Melfi Collection Sterling silver, 22 kt gold, sapphire, and diamond pendant For 25 years, the Karen Melfi Collection has been representing the finest local and national jewelry and contemporary craft artists. Located on Canyon Road, KMC is an unparalleled choice for designer selections and Santa Fe elegance. 225 Canyon Rd, 505-982-3032, karenmelficollection.com

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Get Outta Town!

Day Trips

MARK KANE

Pack your sense of adventure and discover Northern New Mexico Once Santa Fe gets into your soul, it’s hard to tear yourself away from the place. So much of the city’s history is directly tied to other areas of Northern New Mexico that your love affair with the city will only grow following fun, day trips out of town. With Santa Fe as your home base, dedicate some time to taking memorable driving excursions to Taos, Los Alamos, Abiquiú, Madrid, Chimayó, Pecos National Historical Park, the Eight Northern Pueblos, Las Vegas or one of New Mexico's other landmarks. You’ll find yourself returning to Santa Fe even more infatuated with the area—not to mention in time for dinner. So get out the map, gas up the car, stock up on water and pack your sense of adventure. Northern New Mexico calls! 2014 santa fe travel planner

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Day Trips

O’Keeffe Country/Abiquiú & Ojo Caliente

LISA LAW

See why artist Georgia O’Keeffe took up residence in the painted mesa village of Abiquiú (AB-i-cue), about 50 miles northwest of Santa Fe off of Highway 84/285. You can tour her home by making advance reservations through the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum. Ghost Ranch, where O’Keeffe spent her summers and which is now a conference center, is 10 miles ahead. Heading north on Route 554 will lead you to Ojo Caliente, a town named for its mineral hot springs.

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Bandelier National Monument

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Taos and the High Road The High Road leads to Taos, a historic town about 1.5 hours northeast of Santa Fe. On the way is the Santuario de Chimayó, a small church built in the early 1800s. In Taos itself is the ancient Taos Pueblo, the Taos Plaza, the Rio Grande Gorge with its 650-foot drop to the river, the Harwood Museum of Art, the Kit Carson Museum and the Millicent Rogers Museum.

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Spend some time getting acquainted with Santa Fe's neighborhoods. In the Plaza, the New Mexico History Museum (linked to the Palace of the Governors), the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum and the New Mexico Museum of Art are must-sees. Stroll around the Plaza area and take in historical highlights like San Miguel Mission, St. Francis Cathedral and the spiral staircase at the Loretto Chapel. On Museum Hill, visit the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture, Museum of International Folk Art, or Santa Fe Botanical Garden. Browse Canyon Road and its more than 100 art galleries or hit the Railyard/ Guadalupe district for shopping and relaxing at a café. End your day with dinner at one of the city’s 250 fabulous restaurants. santafe.org 48

Go hiking and take in the area’s stunning wildlife along the Aspen Vista or Chamisa trail, along Sun Mountain, in Diablo Canyon or in Cerrillos Hills State Park. OR Rent a pony from Santa Fe Stables, Bishop's Lodge Ranch Resort & Spa or Broken Saddle Riding Company in Cerrillos and take in the area's beautiful scenery on horseback. OR Head to the water for wet-and-wild fun. Santa Fe Rafting and New Wave Rafting offer exciting river excursions on the Rio Grande, a little north of Santa Fe.

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CHRIS CORRIE

LISA LAW

Eight Native American Pueblos lie north of Santa Fe: Nambé, Picuris, Pojoaque, San Ildefonso, Ohkay Owingeh, Santa Clara, Taos and Tesuque. Some Pueblos, such as Taos and Santa Clara (specifically its Puye Cliff Dwellings), may be explored. Visitors are also welcome at annual dances, events and feast day celebrations. For information about public events, contact the Eight Northern Pueblos Council (505-747-1593) at Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo just north of Española on Highway 68.

Named for ancient turquoise mines in the area, the scenic Turquoise Trail heads south out of Santa Fe on Highway 14 toward Albuquerque. The small mining towns of Cerrillos and Madrid (MAD-rid), historic in their own rights, today are funky, colorful artists’ communities. The 2007 Disney movie Wild Hogs was filmed partially in Madrid.

Turquoise Trail

Spend a few hours or an entire day hiking the many trails that wind through Bandelier National Monument as well as exploring its ancient Native American cliff dwellings and petroglyphs.

4 or More days: ADD A DAY TRIP! O’Keeffe Country/Abiquiú and Ojo Caliente. Tour Georgia O’Keeffe’s home in Abiquiú and hike Ghost Ranch. Head north on 554 through the mountains to Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs Resort & Spa for some relaxing downtime. OR Taos. On the way to Taos via the High Road, stop in Chimayó at the Santuario de Chimayó. In Taos, check out the 1,000-year-old Taos Pueblo, Rio Grande Gorge and several excellent museums. OR Las Vegas. If you like historic and quirky, Las Vegas, New Mexico, about 70 miles east of Santa Fe, is a great trip. Visit the haunted Plaza Hotel, the People's Flea Market and the Hot Springs near Montezuma Castle.


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Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad

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DAY TRIP LEGEND Taos and the High Road O’Keeffe Country/Abiquiu´ & Ojo Caliente Eight Northern Pueblos Bandelier National Monument & Los Alamos Turquoise Trail Pecos National Historic Park and the Pecos Wilderness

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The Santa Fe

Community Convention Center "Truly in the heart of the city"

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he Santa Fe Community Convention Center, opened in 2008, was designed to exceed the demands of modern meetings while honoring the creativity, cultural traditions and natural surroundings of Santa Fe. The result is more than a building where gatherings are held. Crafted in the city’s appealing Pueblo style and built to the highest environmental standards, the center honors the city’s rich history while also providing a thoroughly modern, state-of-the-art meeting space. Located just blocks from the Santa Fe Plaza within easy walking distance of hotels, restaurants, attractions, shopping and more than 1,700 sleeping rooms, the convention center is truly in the heart of the city. Functionally, the center is an adaptable, high-tech facility for gathering and working. Features of the complex include outdoor meeting areas (9,500 sq. feet), convenient underground parking, an open interior courtyard, a second floor terrace, wireless connectivity, highspeed data lines and enough meeting space (28,900 sq. feet 50

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indoors) to provide multiple organizations with their own exhibition areas, breakout rooms and meal function options. The center’s warm adobe appearance blends into the surrounding cityscape, giving little indication of the center’s LEED Gold Certification, water-wise construction and solar-powered infrastructure, all in keeping with Santa Fe’s commitment to environmental responsibility. The center has been embraced by the community and houses the Community Gallery, an art space featuring the work of local artists. From the open lobby atrium to the sunny breakout rooms and welcoming outdoor courtyard, the center’s welcoming environment, sensible layout and visual charm have been consistently praised by meeting planners and event delegates alike. The Santa Fe Community Convention Center has proven to be ideal for everything from intimate boardroom meetings to entire facility buyouts hosting meetings, conventions, concerts and social events. Santa Fe Convention & Visitors Bureau’s highly trained and inspired sales staff and operations crew work with the city’s many meeting professionals to provide the support needed to make every event successful. For additional details, incentive programs and contact information, visit the convention center’s website at santafe.org.


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Traveling to

Santa Fe

Santa Fe Municipal Airport (505-955-2900) offers daily commercial service to Dallas, Denver and Los Angeles through American Eagle and to Denver through United Airlines. Santa Fe Air Center at Santa Fe Municipal Airport (505-4712525) provides private and charter flights. On-site car rentals: Avis and Hertz. Albuquerque International Sunport (505-244-7700) is 65 miles (about a one-hour drive) south of Santa Fe. ABQ offers nonstop flights to 27 cities, including Dallas, Chicago, New York, Phoenix and Los Angeles. Ten major car rental agencies are on-site. A free shuttle bus connects the airport to the New Mexico Rail Runner Express stations in downtown Albuquerque, which provides train service to Santa Fe.

GROUND TRANSPORT [rail] The New Mexico Rail Runner (866-795-7245) carries pas-

sengers between the Santa Fe Railyard and downtown Albuquerque seven days a week, with fewer trains running on weekends. For a complete Rail Runner schedule, visit nmrailrunner.com. The Amtrak Southwest Chief, which travels from Chicago to Los Angeles, stops in Lamy, about 17 miles south of Santa Fe. The Lamy Shuttle (505-982-8829) offers transport from Lamy to Santa Fe by reservation. [shuttle] Once you get off the Rail Runner in Santa Fe, the free Santa Fe Pick-Up shuttle service (505-231-2573, santafe.org) can get you where you need to go. The route starts and ends on Montezuma Avenue near the Railyard, with stops at the Capitol building, the Santa Fe Community Convention Center, Canyon Road, Museum Hill and other popular spots. The shuttle runs every 15–20 minutes, Mon–Fri, 6:30 AM–6:30 PM and Sat, 7:30 AM–4:30 PM. Visit santafe.org. Make reservations for shuttle service between Albuquerque International Sunport and Santa Fe. Shuttle providers: Sandia Shuttle Express (888-775-5696, sandiashuttle.com) and Roadrunner Shuttle & Charter Services (505-424-3367, rideroadrunner.com). Taos Express links Taos to Santa Fe (575-751-4459, taosexpress.com). [bus] Rail Runner ticket holders can ride Santa Fe Trails or ABQ Ride buses free of charge simply by showing their ticket to the driver. Santa Fe Trails (505-955-2001, santafenm.gov) connects all of Santa Fe, while ABQ Ride (505-243-7433, cabq.gov/transit) will get you all around Albuquerque. [taxi] Capital City Cab (505-438-0000, capitalcitycab.com) is on call 24/7 for door-to-door taxi service. In summer and fall, scooters are available from iScoot (505-577-5048, iscootsantafe .com). Santa Fe Pedicabs (505-577-5056, santafepedicabs.com) are a fun way to see the city up close.

PARKING Limited one- and two-hour metered street parking is available

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AIRPORTS are located at 100 W Water; 216 W San Francisco; 119 S Federal; 215 Cathedral; 777 Canyon; 251 E Alameda; and 503 Camino La Familia at the Railyard. Drivers with disabled person plates or hangtags may park at meters or municipal lots at no charge. Find more parking options at santafe.org.

VISITOR INFORMATION Santa Fe Convention and Visitors Bureau offers state, county

and local tourist information at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center (201 W Marcy, 800-777-2489, 505-955-6200, Mon–Fri, 8 AM–5 PM, santafe.org). More information is available at the Santa Fe Depot in the Railyard (505-955-6230), open Mon–Fri, 8:30 AM–5:30 PM, and Sat, 10 AM–7 PM (hours vary with train schedule). For information about local businesses and relocation, visit the Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce (1644 St. Michael's Dr, 505988-3279, santafechamber.com). Open Mon–Fri, 8 AM– 5 PM. The Chamber’s Plaza Visitor Center is open at First National Bank on the Plaza (62 Lincoln) from Memorial Day weekend through the second week of October. New Mexico Tourism Department’s Santa Fe Visitor Information Center has state, county and local tourist information (491 Old Santa Fe Trail, 800-545-2070, newmexico.org, open daily, 8 AM– 5 PM). The Tourism Department’s La Bajada Welcome Center has the same information (I-25 near mile marker 268, 17 miles south of Santa Fe, open daily, 8 AM–5 PM). The Public Lands Information Center provides hunting and fishing licenses, maps, camping permits and information about public lands recreation (in the Bureau of Land Management building, 301 Dinosaur Trail, 877-276-9404, publiclands.org, Mon–Fri, 8 AM–4:30 PM).

MEDICAL CARE Christus St. Vincent Regional Medical Center

455 St. Michael’s, 505-913-3361 Christus St. Vincent DeVargas Health Center 510 N Guadalupe, Suite C, 505-913-4660 OnCall Urgent Care 431 St. Michael’s, 505-954-9949 ultiMED Urgent Medical Care 707 Paseo de Peralta, 505-989-8707 Urgent Care Santa Fe 2801 Rodeo, 505-474-0120

PETS Many hotels in Santa Fe welcome pets; check each hotel’s policy care-

fully before booking. When dining out, call ahead to inquire about pet-friendly outdoor seating areas. Dogs must be on leashes in public places, except at the Frank Ortiz Park Off-Leash Area. Owners must clean up after their pets in all public areas. Pets are not permitted in Cathedral Park or on the Plaza during special occasions.


Museum Calendar 2014 New Mexico Museum of Art Through January 19: Collecting Is Curiosity/Inquiry. Highlights works from the permanent collection in order to illustrate how the museum thinks about building the collection and the formal and thematic connections that can be made among artworks. 505-476-1144, nmartmuseum.org. Through January 19: A Life in Pictures: Four Photography Collections. More than 30 photographs, from 1865 to 2007, not only celebrate collectors of fine photographs but also offers a rare opportunity to see a combined installation designed to reveal more about the life and times of the people who created them. 505-476-1144, nmartmuseum.org Through March 9: Renaissance to Goya: Prints and Drawings from Spain. This exhibition brings together for the first time prints and drawings by Spanish and other European artists working in Spain from the mid-16th to the early-19th century. More than 200 years of artistic production is presented by the British Museum in collaboration with the New Mexico Museum of Art. This is the only American venue in this international tour that includes many works never before on display. 505-476-1144, nmartmuseum.org. Through April 13: Works for 50 States: New Mexico. Dorothy and Herbert Vogel’s passion for art and artists led to the formation of a significant collection of contemporary art. Over the course of their 40-year marriage, the two art aficionados and civil servants (postal clerk and librarian) amassed close to 5,000 works of contemporary art. 505-476-1144, nmartmuseum.org.

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Access Santa Fe Travelers with disabilities find Santa Fe a welcome destination, with ready access to major attractions.

Santa Fe strives to accommodate most travelers with disabilities; however, it is advisable to check with specific attractions, hotels and restaurants when planning your visit.

Transportation

For a small city, Santa Fe offers a surprising range of transportation options. Most bus stops include accessibility features. Additionally, Santa Fe Ride provides curb-to-curb paratransit service for persons who are disabled and unable to use the buses. ADA paratransit-eligible visitors to Santa Fe will be provided up to 21 days of Santa Fe Ride paratransit service (eligibility determinations from other public transit providers will be honored). Please call 505-473-4444 to make arrangements for paratransit services while you are in Santa Fe. In addition, most Santa Fe Trails buses are ADA compliant, and visitors with proof of disability ride for half fare. The Rail Runner train linking Santa Fe to Albuquerque—and beyond to Belen— includes accessible stops along the way, start-

ing at the Santa Fe Depot in the Railyard. Wheelchairs are accommodated on the train, which connects to Santa Fe Pick-Up, a free shuttle from the Santa Fe Depot to various popular sites around town, including the Plaza and Canyon Road.

to reach Milner Plaza, from which you can enter each museum. The Museum of Spanish Colonial Art and the Wheelwright Museum have separate parking lots with direct access. Most of Santa Fe’s restaurants provide ready access as well.

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Downtown museums and cultural sites have a variety of access features, from their own accessible parking lots or onstreet parking with ramps to accessible restrooms and guided tours in printed or audio form. At Museum Hill, the main parking lot can be reached via an accessible city bus. Once you're there, take the elevator

Santa Fe Trails Bus System, 505-955-2001 Accessible buses and bus stops are available to most of the city. Santa Fe Pick-Up, 505-231-2573 or 505-955-6581 A free shuttle from the Santa Fe Depot serves Rail Runner passengers. You must schedule an accessible shuttle in advance. Rail Runner Express, 866-795-7245 Commuter train with accessible stops. See page 52.

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Museum Calendar 2014 Museum of Spanish Colonial Arts Through May 27: Doña Sebastiana: The Transformation of a Death Figure. A small exhibition featuring four pieces from the museum’s collection, with photographs and text. 505-982-2226, spanishcolonial.org. Museum of International Folk Art Through April 27: Tako Kichi: Kite Crazy in Japan. Presents more than 200 kites from various regions of Japan and explores the cultural, historic and artistic perspectives of making and flying kites. 505-476-1144,

internationalfolkart.org. Through May 4: Let’s Talk About This: Folk Artists Respond to HIV/AIDS. The fourth in a series of annual thought-provoking exhibitions. 505-476-1144, internationalfolkart.org. Through August 10: Brasil and Arte Popular. Displays of graphic woodblock prints, religious art, whimsical toys and puppets and colorful ceramic and wood folk sculptures. 505-476-1144, internationalfolkart.org.

Museum of Indian Arts & Culture Through February 24: Woven Identities. A major exhibition of North American Indian baskets. 505-476-1144, indianartsandculture.org. Through April 1: Heartbeat: Music of the Native Southwest. Collectively used for indigenous ritual performances, the drums, flutes, rasps, rattles and clothing on exhibit convey a richly layered message. 505-476-1144, indianartsandculture.org. April 13, 2014–March 1, 2016: Turquoise, Water, Sky: The Stone and Its Meaning. Highlights the museum’s extensive collection of Southwestern turquoise jewelry and explores all aspects of the stone. 505-476-1144, indianartsandculture.org. New Mexico History Museum Through February 9: Tall Tales of the Wild West: The Stories of Karl May. The novels of German author Karl May, which were admired by Albert Einstein and Franz Kafka, among others, served as trail guides to the mystique of the American West and are still celebrated today. 505-476-1141, nmhistorymuseum.org. Through March 16: Cowboys Real and Imagined. Artifacts and photographs from wide-ranging collections are on view in this exhibit, a chronological history of Southwestern cowboys. 505-476-1141, nmhistorymuseum.org. SITE Santa Fe February 1–May 17: Feast: Radical Hospitality in Contemporary Art. Examines the history of the artist-orchestrated meal, assessing its roots in early-20th-century European avant-garde art, its development over the past decades within Western art and its current global ubiquity. 505-989-1199, sitesantafe.org. July 17, 2014–January 2015: SITElines: New Perspectives on Art of the Americas: Unsettled Landscapes. Reimagined biennial exhibition series with a new focus on contemporary art from the Americas. 505-989-1199, sitesantafe.org. Palace of the Governors April 27: Opening reception of Poetics of Light: Pinhole Photography. Features selections from the Palace of the Governors’ Photo Archives’ collection of pinhole photographs—the largest such collection in the world. Reception at the New Mexico History Museum. 505-476-5019, palaceofthegovernors.org.

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Georgia O’Keeffe Museum February 7–September 14: Georgia O’Keeffe and Ansel Adams: The Hawaii Pictures. The first exhibition to feature the artwork created in Hawaii by Georgia O’Keeffe and Ansel Adams. These two friends and American modernists are famously associated with the extraordinary places that inspired them. 505-946-1060, okeeffemuseum.org. September 26, 2014–January 18, 2015: Miguel Covarrubias: Drawing a Cosmopolitan Line. A selection of this prolific artist’s modernist drawings, watercolors, oil paintings and illustrations from his own scholarly publications. 505-946-1060, okeeffemuseum.org. Pablita Velarde Museum of Indian Women in the Arts Through May 2: Gathering of Dolls. The second exhibition for the PVMIWA, which opened in 2010. This compelling show features a collection of dolls, from Native Barbie and skookum to traditional dolls, surrounded by works of doll symbols. 505-988-8900, pvmiwa.org. Museum of Contemporary Native Arts January 25–July 31: ARTiculations in Print. Features prints from the Crow’s Shadow Institute of Arts collection. 505-428-5907, iaia.edu/museum.


Events Calendar 2014 nary events; and lodging specials. 505-847-3333, santafe.nmrestaurantweek.com. March 1 & 2: Debussy, Mahler & Shostakovich. Santa Fe Pro Musica performs works by Debussy, Mahler and Shostakovich. Featuring mezzo-soprano Deborah Domanski. Thomas O’Connor conducts. 505-988-4640, santafepromusica.com. March 1–31: DIY Santa Fe. Thirty-one days of art workshops in Santa Fe. 608-792-5746, santafecreativetourism.org. March 9: Bach’s Easter Oratorio at the Santa Fe Opera. A performance of J. S. Bach’s Easter Oratorio with the New Mexico Bach Chorale and Orchestra. The New Mexico Bach Society’s allprofessional choir and orchestra are led by Music Director and Conductor Franz Vote, who conducted at the Metropolitan Opera for 12 seasons.

505-474-4513, nmperformingarts.org. March 15 & 29: Music on the Hill Elevated. Music on the Hill Elevated at St. John’s College presents four wintertime concerts in a jazz-club setting. Pianist Larry Ham and saxophonist Woody Witt perform on March 15, and pianist Alan Pasqua performs on March 29. Advance tickets highly suggested. $25 per concert. Tickets go on sale January 6. 505-984-6199, stjohnscollege.edu/events/SF. March 16: The Variation Trio with Benjamin Hochman. Santa Fe Pro Musica presents the Variation Trio (violinist Jennifer Koh, violist Hsin-Yun Huang and cellist Wilhelmina Smith) in concert with pianist Benjamin Hochman. The musicians will perform works by Beethoven, Dvorák and Marc Neikrug. 505-988-4640, santafepromusica.com. March 22: Santa Fe Japanese Cultural Festival. Features

stage performances throughout the day plus food and art. 505-310-4220, santafejin.org. March 23: Bruch and Rachmaninoff. Clara-Jumi Kang, Indianapolis Violin Competition Gold Medalist, rejoins the Santa Fe Symphony for a performance of Bruch’s Violin Concerto. The program also includes Rachmaninoff’s Symphony No. 2 and Borodin’s Polovtsian Dances, featuring the Santa Fe Symphony Chorus. New York Philharmonic Assistant Conductor Case Scaglione conducts. Underwritten by Michael Melody and Bonnie Binkert. Free preview talk. 505-983-1414, santafesymphony.org. April April 5–December 27 (Saturdays only): Santa Fe Artists Market. Local Northern New Mexico artists present their work in an outside venue at Railyard Park. Features photography, painting, pottery, sculpture, textiles, jewelry and more. All artists are juried yearly. 505-310-1555, santafeartistsmarket.com. April 17–19: Baroque Holy Week. Santa Fe Pro Musica presents Baroque Holy Week, featuring the Santa Fe Pro Musica Baroque Ensemble and soprano Kathryn Mueller performing works by Purcell, Pergolesi, Corelli, Bach and Handel on period instruments in the Loretto Chapel. 505-988-4640, santafepromusica.com. April 20: End of Ski Season. 505-982-4429, skisantafe.com. May May 1–September 30. Pequeño Home and Garden Tours. The Santa Fe Garden Club invites small groups of visitors to tour three beautiful homes and highdesert gardens. By reservation; group size limited to 24 people. 505-984-0022, thesantafegardenclub.org. May 3 & 4: Battlefield New Mexico: The Civil War and More. Experience military drills, camp life, lectures, demonstrations and reenactments of battles fought in New Mexico. 505-471-2261, golondrinas.org.

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May 9–11: Passport to the Arts. Openings, exhibitions and artist receptions are held at many of the internationally known galleries and artist studios on Canyon Road beginning on Friday night and extending through the weekend. More than 100 artists will participate. Headline events include the Artist Quick Draw and Live Auction on Saturday. 505-795-5703, visitcanyonroad.com. May 17 & 18: Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9. The Santa Fe Symphony wraps up its 30th anniversary season with a double presentation of Beethoven’s Ninth and Brahms’s Tragic Overture. Features renowned soloists Sara Heaton, soprano; J’nai Bridges, mezzo-soprano; Robert Breault, tenor; and Lester Lynch, baritone, along with the Santa Fe Symphony Chorus directed by Dr. Linda Raney. Underwritten by Ann Neuberger Aceves. Free preview talk. 505-983-1414, santafesymphony.org. May 18: Santa Fe Century Ride. This race spans 100 miles over the Turquoise Trail, through the villages of Madrid, Golden, Cedar Grove, Stanley and Galisteo, then back into Santa Fe. A Half-Century Loop and a 25-mile Out & Back route are also available. 505-920-6383, santafecentury.com. May 21–August 27: Wednesday Night Barrel Races. Evenings filled with family fun and beautiful sunsets. Barrel racers ages 5 and up. Bring the family and enjoy grilled hot dogs, hamburgers and more. Admission is free. 505-490-3008, rodeodesantafe.org. May 24 & 25: Santa Fe Fiber Arts Festival. From fuzzy

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sheep to fancy embroidered blankets, learn how New Mexico textiles are made. Buy fiber arts and supplies and learn about weaving from experts. Enjoy sheep herding demonstrations, sheep shearing, presentations on topics such as dyeing with cochineal and weaving demonstrations on upright looms (Navajo) and back strap looms. Featuring the best of New Mexico’s fiber artisans. 505-471-2261, golondrinas.org. May 24 & 25: Native Treasures: Indian Arts Festival. The 10th Annual Native Treasures: Indian Arts Festival features more than 200 museum-quality artists who will show and sell their contemporary and traditional Native American art. All proceeds benefit Santa Fe’s Museum of Indian Arts & Culture. 505-982-7799, nativetreasures.org.

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4320 Cerrillos Rd • Santa Fe, NM 87507 June 4350 Cerrillos Rd • Santa Fe, NM 87507 The trademark HYATT and related marks are trademarks of Hyatt Corporation. © 2013 Hyatt Corporation. All rights reserved. http://santafe.place.hyatt.com/en/hotel/home.html?offercode=VSTSF June 1: Bach Aria Group Concert in the Chapel. In the tradition of the original New York Bach Aria Group, OPENING SPRING 2010 now in its fifth decade, the New Mexico Bach Society presents its first concert of music by J. S. Bach for solo entertainment. 505-570-0739, The trademark HYATT and related marks interpride.com. are trademarks of Hyatt Corporation. © 2009 Hyatt Corporation. All rights reserved. voices with instrumental obbligatos. The beautiful Immaculate Heart of Mary Chapel is the perfect setting July for this intimate and inspiring program. 505-474-4513, July 6: Santa Fe Flute Immersion Concert. This very nmperformingarts.org popular concert is free and open to the public. It’s the culmination of an annual flute master class, Santa Fe Flute June 7 & 8: Spring Festival and Children’s Fair. Immersion, presented by the New Mexico Performing Costumed villagers shearing sheep, baking bread and Arts Society. 505-474-4513, nmperformingarts.org. more, plus animals, games and hands-on activities for kids. 505-471-2261, golondrinas.org. July 9, 16 & 23: Music on the Hill. St. John’s College presents the ninth season of Music on the Hill, a free June 11, 18 & 25: Music on the Hill. St. John’s College jazz concert series. No parking on campus; free shuttle presents the ninth season of Music on the Hill, a free from Museum Hill. Food and beverages available for jazz concert series. No parking on campus; free shuttle purchase on the field. 505-984-6199, from Museum Hill. Food and beverages available for stjohnscollege.edu/events/SF. purchase on the field. 505-984-6199, stjohnscollege.edu/events/SF July 10–13: ART Santa Fe. This fair offers an all-encompassing experience that includes a high-class mix of June 14: Rodeo de Santa Fe Parade. Annual family excellent contemporary galleries from all over the globe, event welcoming the rodeo to town featuring Western cutting-edge art installations and emerging artists and themed floats, cowboys, clowns and rodeo royalty. dealers. 505-988-8883, artsantafe.com. Enter your school, civic organization or club for a chance to win one of our prizes. 505-920-8444, July 11–13: International Folk Art Market. More than 150 rodeodesantafe.org/rodeo-parade. select folk artists from more than 50 countries sell their handmade products on Museum Hill. 505-992-7600, June 14 & 15: Challenge NM Arts and Crafts Show. folkartmarket.org. 505-988-7621, challengenewmexico.com. July 19–20: ¡Viva Mexico! Enjoy música, arte and más at June 18–21: Rodeo de Santa Fe. Enjoy bull riding, saddle this celebration of the culture, cuisine and crafts of our bronc riding, tie-down roping, bareback riding, steer colorful neighbor. Features music, arts and food from wrestling, team roping, barrel racing and more. This is a Otra Vez combines beautifully Mexico, plus cultural events rarely experienced outside of rain or shine event. 505-920-8444, rodeodesantafe.org. Mexico. 505-471-2261, golondrinas.org. appointed condominiums with an ideal location for the perfect June 21–22: Herb and Lavender Fair. Herb garden July 20–August 25: Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival. tours, lavender and herb product vendors, lectures on This year’s offerings include Schubert & Brahms, place to stay when you visit Santa Fe. cultivating lavender and hands-on activities. 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Includes tradition with Creative Santa Fe, the Santa Fe Studio Tour tional live music on the bandstand, local cuisine and allows the public to see artists’ latest work and their demonstrations. 505-982-2226, spanishcolonialblog.org/ working environment. Most studios have an artist museum. demonstrating their techniques, and all studios have art for sale. 505-946-8361, santafestudiotour.com. July 26 & 27: Contemporary Hispanic Market. Spotlights 133 contemporary Hispanic artists who show and sell June 27–August 23: Santa Fe Opera Season. This year’s their artwork during this weekend event. 505-296-2749, offerings include Beethoven’s Fidelio, Mozart’s The contemporaryhispanicmarket.com. Impresario, Huang Ruo’s Dr. Sun Yat-Sen, Bizet’s Carmen, Donizetti’s Don Pasquale and Stravinsky’s Le Rossignol. August 505-986-5909, santafeopera.org. August 2 & 3: Summer Festival and Territorial Law & Order. Mountain men and women demonstrate June 29: Santa Fe Pride. 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Events Calendar 2014 August 2 & 3: 42nd Annual Girls Inc. Arts & Crafts Show. A free juried arts and crafts show on the historic Santa Fe Plaza, at the corner of Lincoln Avenue and West Palace Avenue, in the downtown area. 505-982-2042, girlsincofsantafe.org. August 15–18: Ethnographic & Indian Art Show. Thirty-five years strong, this unique show features amazing tribal art from Asia, Africa, Mexico, Italy and many other countries. The show also features historic American Indian art, including jewelry, textiles, beadwork, baskets, pottery and much more. 505-992-8929, whitehawkshows.com. August 18–24: Santa Fe Indian Market. SWAIA celebrates its 93rd annual Santa Fe Indian Market. This spectacular festival draws more than 150,000 people to Santa Fe every August with its unique, exciting and inspiring Native art. 505-983-5220, santafeindianmarket.com, swaia.org. August 22–24: 40th Annual Santa Fe Bluegrass and Old Time Music Festival. National, regional and local bands perform on two stages. Contests, dances, workshops, jamming and free dry camping. 505-975-0414, southwestpickers-festival.org. August 23 & 24: Survival New Mexico. Practice such outdoors skills as building shelters, starting fires, using bows and arrows and more. 505-471-2261, golondrinas.org. August 30 & 31: Fiesta de los Niños. ¡Ven a jugar con nosotros! Come out and play with us at El Rancho

September 5–7: Fiestas de Santa Fe. Santa Fe’s biggest celebration is a 10-day series of bailes, processions, parades and musical performances. 505-913-1517, santafefiesta.org. September 7: Santa Fe Trail Bicycle Trek. Bicycle the Santa Fe Trail from Santa Fe, New Mexico, to New Franklin, Missouri. 505-982-1282, santafetrailbicycletrek.com. September 12: Green Chile Cheeseburger Smackdown. Come see Santa Fe chefs battle for the honor of making the best Santa Fe green chile cheeseburger. 505-983-4098, santafefarmersmarket.com. September 14: Santa Fe to Buffalo Thunder Half Marathon. Dropping a net 1,000 feet into the Rio Grande Valley, the USATF-certified point-to-point course is as fast as it is scenic. 505-989-3800, santafethunder.org. September 20 & 21. Santa Fe Renaissance Fair. Clan Tynker and medieval combat, jugglers, live entertainment and dancers. Also vendors, kids’ games and delicious food, drinks and mead. 505-471-2261, golondrinas.org. September 25–29. Santa Fe Wine & Chile Fiesta. Five-day event dedicated to food and wine. Includes wine seminars, cooking classes, guest chef luncheons, a live auction, a reserve wine tasting, a silent auction and a Grand Tasting with 79 restaurants and 90 wineries at the Santa Fe Opera. 505-438-8060, santafewineandchile.org. October October 4 & 5: Harvest Festival. Bring in the harvest with villagers at El Rancho de las Golondrinas as they crush grapes for wine by foot, string chile ristras, make tortillas, bake fresh bread and much more. Our most popular community celebration. 505-471-2261, golondrinas.org.

October 17 & 18: Historic Canyon Road Paint Out. The art-loving public is invited to mingle with 100 artists painting en plein air during the 2014 Historic Canyon Road Paint Out. Artists will be painting outdoors in front of the century-old adobes that line Canyon Road and are home to world-class galleries and sculpture gardens. 505-795-5703, visitcanyonroad.com. October 19 & 20: Galisteo Studio Tour. The village of Galisteo is at the intersection of St. Rt. 41 and Cty. Rd. 4fa2, south of Santa Fe. 505-466-2121, galisteostudiotour.com. October 31: Trick or Treating on Canyon Road. Safe treats for kids, spooky decor and music. 505-795-5703, visitcanyonroad.com. November November 27 (tentative): Ski Season Opens. Beginning of Santa Fe’s ski season. 505-982-4429, skisantafe.com. November 28: Lighting of the Christmas Tree on the Plaza. Annual lighting of holiday decorations on the Plaza. 505-955-6979, santafe.org. November 29 & 30: SWAIA Winter Indian Market. Winter Indian Market is all about community. It’s a perfect blend of the exuberant, long-established holiday spirit of Santa Fe and the beautiful, creative Native arts, traditions and culture. 505-983-5220, swaia.org. December December 12: Christmas at the Palace. The 30th anniversary of this beloved Santa Fe event, with hot cider, live music, entertainment and a visit from Mr. and Mrs. Claus. At the Palace of the Governors. A free, family event for all. 505-476-5019, palaceofthegovernors.org. December 14: Las Posadas. This version of an old Hispanic tradition re-creates Mary and Joseph’s search for lodging the night Jesus was born with a candle-lit procession around the Santa Fe Plaza. 505-476-5019, palaceofthegovernors.org. December 21: Holiday Open House. Celebrate the holidays with music, refreshments and Gustave Baumann marionettes at the New Mexico Museum of Art. 505-476-1144, nmartmuseum.org. December 24: Canyon Road Farolito Walk. Canyon Road becomes a work of art itself during this annual celebration, which is uniquely Santa Fe. Lit by traditional farolitos and luminarias, Canyon Road is arguably never more beautiful than it is on Christmas Eve. 505-795-5703, visitcanyonroad.com.

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ACCOMMODATIONS Best Western Plus Inn of Santa Fe 3650 Cerrillos Road, 505-438-3822 fax 505-438-3795, bwsantafehotel.com The Best Western Plus Inn of Santa Fe is conveniently located on Cerrillos Road. A beautiful Southwest decor greets our guests as they walk into the lobby and is carried into each guest room. We offer a variety of amenities, including indoor pool and spa, complimentary hot breakfast, complimentary Wi-Fi and a fitness center. We are also a 100 percent smoke-free hotel and pet-friendly. Refrigerators in all rooms. Whirlpool suites are available. Shopping and dining nearby. 24 hours/7 days a week. Inn of the Turquoise Bear 342 E Buena Vista Street, 505-983-0798 turquoisebear.com The Inn of the Turquoise Bear occupies the historic home of poet Witter Bynner, located six blocks from the Plaza on Old Santa Fe Trail. Ten rooms. Rates include full breakfast, parking, Wi-Fi and afternoon social hour. Pets accepted. Pueblo Bonito Bed and Breakfast Inn 138 W Manhattan Avenue, 505-984-8001 800-461-4599, pueblobonitoinn.com Secluded, historic, adobe pueblo-style compound, nestled quietly in downtown Santa Fe. Walk to Plaza, Canyon Rd, historic sites, museums, and restaurants. 18 charming guest rooms—each with private bath, kiva fireplace, inviting Southwestern décor and enchanting Old Santa Fe charm! Complimentary: parking, breakfast buffet, Wi-Fi and afternoon tea. Friendly and knowledgeable staff. Lovely landscaped private grounds to relax and create a memorable Santa Fe vacation experience. Voted “2013 Guest Favorite” from 8,500+ properties in US. Ten Thousand Waves Japanese Spa & Resort 3 1/2 miles up Hyde Park Road, 505-992-5003 tenthousandwaves.com Japan re-created in a spa in the foothills. Thirteen guest suites, most with fireplaces and either a deck or courtyard. Pets welcome. Some suites have full kitchens and/ or separate bedrooms. World-class spa with Japanese bathing, massage and services. Ten minutes to downtown. NEW: Izanami, our Japanese-inspired restaurant. adventure New Wave Rafting Co. 800-984-1444, sales@newwaverafting.com newwaverafting.com WHITEWATER RAFTING TRIPS! New Wave Rafting Co. provides top-notch rafting trips on the Rio Grande and Rio Chama, late April through the end of August. We offer halfday, full-day and multi-day trips, from mild to wild—most of which are suitable for the whole family. Funyaks are provided free for the asking on our easier trips. Kids love New Wave! ATTRACTIONS Private Balloon Flights 8311 Golf Course Road, 505-550-2677 888-550-2677, privateballoonflights.com Private Balloon Flights specializes in personal flights for only you and your party, with no other guests. Don’t get stuffed in with 10 to 12 elsewhere! All souvenirs and photos included. Accident-free balloon operator. Year-round flights. Adventure awaits! Call now. Santa Fe Railyard Paseo de Peralta/Guadalupe Street, 505-982-3373 railyardsantafe.com Welcome to the Railyard, Santa Fe’s new gathering

place for locals and visitors alike. Have a great meal at one of our distinctive restaurants and view contemporary art in our world-class galleries. See exciting indoor and outdoor performances. Visit our renowned Farmers Market for locally grown produce and our Artists Market for the work of unique local artists. Shop for antiques, handcrafted gifts, sports equipment and the latest fashions. Relax or play in our award-winning 10-acre park. Ride your bike or take a train. Come experience the Railyard! CONSIGNMENT Act 2 839A Paseo de Peralta, 505-983-8585 A downtown treasure trove of upscale used fashion finds, Act 2 has been one of Santa Fe’s favorites since 1978! Just two blocks east of the Plaza between Alameda and Palace and only one block north of Canyon Road. Look for our lovely mannequins on the sidewalk and find plenty of free parking in the rear. Open Mon–Sat, 11 am–5 pm. MUSIC Santa Fe Symphony 211 W San Francisco Street, 505-983-1414 santafesymphony.org The Santa Fe Symphony focuses on orchestral masterpieces that thrill your senses and feed your soul! Don’t miss Santa Fe’s flagship professional musical organization during its 30th Anniversary Season at the Lensic, featuring outstanding gold medalists, first-prizewinning soloists and beloved masterworks. For tickets call 505-983-1414 or visit santafesymphony.org. SPA/MASSAGE BODYSpa 333 W Cordova Road, 505-986-0362 bodyofsantafe.com Experience exceptional rejuvenation at BODYSpa with top-rated massages and facials priced for locals. Our highly skilled therapists specialize in deep tissue, cranial-sacral, reflexology, hot stone, Thai, Shiatsu and energy work. Transformative relaxation is only five minutes from the Plaza! Ten Thousand Waves Japanese Spa & Resort 3 1/2 miles up Hyde Park Road, 505-982-9304 tenthousandwaves.com In the foothills above Santa Fe, outdoor hot baths and spa suites, world-class massage and spa services with a Japanese twist. Signature treatments: real Japanese Shiatsu, Ashi Anma foot treatment, Japanese organic massage facials, Yasuragi head and neck treatment, masters massage. NEW: Izanami, our Japanese-inspired restaurant. Ten minutes from downtown—and half a world from the ordinary. RV PARK Santa Fe Skies RV Park 14 Browncasatle Ranch, 877-565-0451 fax 505-471-9069, santafeskiesrvpark.com reservations@santafeskiesrvpark.com Santa Fe’s scenic “Big Rig” park. Experience the views, the sunsets and the convenience to Santa Fe’s sights. One mile off I-25, sites feature 30/50 amp, water and sewer. The RV Park building contains bathrooms/showers, laundry, convenience store, visitor information center, meeting rooms and more. Propane is available. Family owned and operated Santa Fe Skies RV Park has free wireless internet and pets are welcome. Come for a visit or stay for a while. Open 365 days a year, 8 am–6 pm.

TOURIST TRAP TIN-NEE-ANN Trading Co. 923 Cerrillos Road, at St. Francis, 505-988-1630 tinneeanntrading.com Santa Fe’s world-famous tourist trap, celebrating almost 40 years in business, serves locals and guests alike. We specialize in Southwest arts and crafts, sterling silver jewelry, T-shirts, moccasins, pottery, rugs, souvenirs, Southwest fashions and toys. Open Mon–Sat, 9:30 am–5:30 pm. Worldwide shipping. City maps, tourist information. TOURS A Well-Born Guide/Have Ph.D., Will Travel P.O. Box 1601, 505-988-8022, swguides.com info@swguides.com Want a unique, entertaining tour experience with a local, professional historian? Regularly scheduled walks, hikes or step-on services. Walks: Artists and Acequias, Bars and Brothels, Jewish Legacy, Ghost, Garden, Bread and Chocolate and Women’s History. Specializing in experiential, custom programs. Stefanie Beninato, owner. “If the name doesn’t draw you in, the tours will.”—Lonely Planet Destination Southwest 20 First Plaza Galeria NW, Suite 212, Albuquerque 505-766-9068, 800-999-3109, fax 505-766-9065 destinationsouthwest.com tours@destinationsouthwest.com For detailed conference planning, ingenious incentive programs, unforgettable tours, spectacular themed events and seamless transportation—we are your full-service destination management company. As a receptive tour operator, we offer unique, customized, over-the-road tours that highlight the scenic and cultural resources of New Mexico and the Southwest. Great Southwest Adventures 505-455-2700, swadventures.com Informative and fun sightseeing day trips to Bandelier, Taos, Georgia O’Keeffe Country, Tent Rocks, cliff dwellings, Pueblos and other great places. Relax and enjoy the guided journey in our comfortable, fully insured and permitted vehicles. We specialize in the rich cultural and natural history of Northern New Mexico. We also create customized outings and hikes for individuals and groups. Serving Santa Fe visitors since 1998. Historic Walks of Santa Fe, Inc. 505-986-8388, historicwalksofsantafe.com Historic Walks of Santa Fe, an expert customized destination planning company, was featured on Good Morning America and chosen by tour companies Tauck World Discovery and Globus. Docent guides lead historic/ cultural, art, ghost and shopping tours plus Taos and Bandelier excursions. Daily historic/cultural tours depart from Plaza Galeria at 10:00 am and 1:30 pm and from the Eldorado Hotel at 9:30 am and 1:30 pm. Santa Fe Balloons 505-699-7555, fax 325-537-2794 santafeballoons.com, johnny@santafeballoons.com Take a one-hour flight in a hot air balloon through the canyons known as the Badlands. We furnish local hotel pick-up, a light champagne brunch and first flight certificates. Please allow four hours for the whole adventure. May–October, seven days a week. Sunrise flights only. Debbie and John Lewis, owners/chief pilots. 2014 santa fe travel planner

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santafemotel.com 510 Cerrillos Rd 505-982-1039, 800-930-5002

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Santa Fe Sage Inn

santafesageinn.com 725 Cerrillos Rd 505-982-5952, 866-433-0335

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America’s Best Value Lamplighter Inn

abvilamplighter.com 2405 Cerrillos Rd 505-471-8000

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Best Western Plus Inn of Santa Fe

bwsantafehotel.com 3650 Cerrillos Rd 505-438-3822, 800-528-1234

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choicehotels.com/hotel/nm068 4312 Cerrillos Rd 505-474-7330, 800-653-3396

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marriott.com 4150 Cerrillos Rd 505-474-4442, 800-758-1128

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thepecostrailinn.com 2239 Old Pecos Trail 505-982-1943

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qualityinnsantafe.com 3011 Cerrillos Rd 505-471-1211, 800-4choice

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santafeescapes.com 132 Duran St 505-983-0737, 866-456-7357

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santafevacationrentals.com 433 Paseo de Peralta 505-982-3966, 877-982-3966

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casadeltoro.com 323 McKenzie St 505-780-3221, 866-476-1091

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casapacificabn.com 1705 Paseo de Peralta 505-982-2078

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dongaspar.com 623 Don Gaspar Ave 505-986-8664, 888-986-8664

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dunshees.com 986 Acequia Madre 505-982-0988

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farolito.com 514 Galisteo St 505-988-1631, 888-634-8782

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elparadero.com 220 W Manhattan Ave 505-988-1177, 866-558-0918

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fourkachinas.com 512 Webber St 505-988-1631, 888-634-8782

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Guadalupe Inn

guadalupeinn.com 604 Agua Fria St 505-989-7422

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Hacienda Nicholas Bed & Breakfast

haciendanicholas.com 320 E Marcy St 505-986-1431, 888-284-3170

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casacuma.com 105 Paseo de la Cuma 505-216-7516

vanessiesantafe.com 427 W Water St 505-984-1193 62

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kokoproperty.com 607 Old Santa Fe Trail 505-988-7244, 888-988-7244

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Kokopelli Property Management/The Management Group

twocasitas.com P.O. Box 1829 505-984-2270

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Pets

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Rates Key: $=up to $75 $$=$76–$150 $$$=Above $150

Diamond Resort Villas de Santa Fe diamondresorts.com 400 Griffin St. 505-988-3000

Entertainment On-Site

•Your hotel may ask you to participate in water-conservation measures.

Cocktail Lounge

•Rates are based on average room rate and are relative to other lodgings in Santa Fe. Many establishments offer significantly reduced rates in off-season, as well as a range of prices.

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The Madeleine Bed & Breakfast Inn

madeleineinn.com 106 Faithway St 505-982-3465, 888-877-7622

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Pueblo Bonito Bed & Breakfast Inn

pueblobonitoinn.com 138 W Manhattan Ave 505-984-8001, 800-461-4599

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Upaya Zen Center

upaya.org 1404 Cerro Gordo Rd 505-986-8518

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Aliento Bed and Breakfast

alientobnb.com 31 Bonanza Creek Rd 505-473-2776

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Bobcat Inn

bobcatinn.com 442 Old Las Vegas Highway 505-988-9239

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Casa Escondida Bed & Breakfast

casaescondida.com 64 County Road 100, Chimayó 505-351-4805, 800-643-7201

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Hacienda Doña Andrea de Santa Fe

hdasantafe.com 78 Vista del Oro, Cerrillos 505-424-8995

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Hacienda Las Barrancas

haciendalasbarrancas.com 27 County Rd 84D, Pojoaque 505-455-2197, 866-455-2197

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Heartseed Guestrooms and Gallery

heart-seed.com 63 Corazon de Oro, Cerrillos 505-471-7026

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High Feather Ranch Bed & Breakfast

highfeatherranch.com 29 High Feather Ranch, Cerrillos 505-424-1333

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Java Junction Bed & Breakfast

java-junction.com 2855 Highway 14, Madrid 505-438-2772, 877-308-8884 Rancho de Chimayó Hacienda ranchodechimayo.com 297 Juan Medina Rd, Chimayó 505-351-2222, 888-270-2320

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Rancho Manzana

ranchomanzana.com 26 Camino de Mision, Chimayó 505-351-2227, 888-505-2227

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The Triangle Inn—Santa Fe

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triangleinn.com 14 Arroyo, Cuyamungue 505-455-3375, 877-733-7689

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innonthepaseo.com 630 Paseo de Peralta 505-984-8200, 800-457-9045

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10

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Kitchens

turquoisebear.com 342 E Buena Vista St 505-983-0798, 800-396-4104

Pets

Inn of the Turquoise Bear

Accessibility (Full or Limited)

Rates Key: $=up to $75 $$=$76–$150 $$$=Above $150

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•Rates are based on average room rate and are relative to other lodgings in Santa Fe. Many establishments offer significantly reduced rates in off-season, as well as a range of prices.

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Banquet & Meeting Capacity

fivegraces.com 150 E DeVargas St 505-992-0957, 866-992-0957

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HOSTELS Hostel International de Santa Fe

MARK KANE

santafehostel.com 1412 Cerrillos Rd 505-988-1153

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Bandelier National Monument—Juniper Campground (small groups)

Los Alamos / 505-672-3861 ext. 517 / nps.gov/band north on NM 84/285 to Pojoaque, west on Route 502 to NM 4

Bandelier National Monument—Ponderosa Campground (large groups)

Los Alamos / 505-672-3861 ext. 534 / nps.gov/band / open mid-April to late October / north on NM 84/285 to Pojoaque, west on Route 502 to NM 4 Chimayó Campground P.O. Box 460, Chimayó / 505-351-3566, 800-248-7859 / chimayoarts.com / 32 miles north on NM 76

Rancheros de Santa Fe Campground

736 Old Las Vegas Highway / 505-466-3482, 800-426-9259 / rancheros.com / north on I-25, exit 290 Santa Fe KOA

934 Old Las Vegas Highway / 505-466-1419, 800-562-1514 / santafekoa.com open March 1 to November 1 / north on I-25, exit 290 or 294

Pets Allowed

RV Hookups

Tents

740 Hyde Park Road / 505-983-7175 / nmparks.com / 8 miles northeast on NM 475 3574 Cerrillos Rd / 505-473-1949, 800-852-8160 / lossuenosrv.com / 3 miles northeast of I-25, exit 278 N

Shelters

Hyde Memorial State Park

Los Sueños de Santa Fe RV Park & Campground

Restrooms

Pool

No Hookups

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Laundry

Hot Showers

CAMPGROUNDS

Cabins

Lodging Guide

Santa Fe National Forest—Aspen Basin

Hyde Park Rd / 505-438-5300 / fs.fed.us/r3/sfe / 12 miles north on Hyde Park Rd

Santa Fe National Forest—Big Tesuque

Hyde Park Rd / 505-438-5300 / fs.fed.us/r3/sfe / 11 miles north on Hyde Park Rd Santa Fe Skies RV Park

14 Browncastle Ranch / 505-473-5946, 877-565-0451 / santafeskiesrvpark.com south on I-25, exit 276, at the end of NM 599

Trailer Ranch RV Resort and 55+ Community

3471 Cerrillos Rd / 505-471-9970 / trailerranch.com / south on I-25, exit 278

Don’t be left out! Book your dream vacation now at SantaFe.org. Santa Fe Botanical Garden at Museum Hill 715 CAMINO LEJO • OPEN YEAR ROUND

505.471.9103 · santafebotanicalgarden.org

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