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elcome to La Villa Real de la Santa Fé de San Francisco de Asís! Fortunately our forebears shortened the name to Santa Fe, and along the way, Santa Fe also acquired an unusual nickname: The City Different. If this is your first time in Santa Fe, you’ll soon understand why. Santa Fe is unlike any other city. Santa Fe was the first designated UNESCO Creative City for craft and folk arts and design, and with its 250+ galleries boasts the third largest art market in the country. Subsequently, plentiful unique shopping opportunities abound in town and at the nearby Eight Northern Native American pueblos. With jaw-dropping 360-degree mountain views, more than 325 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. As the country's oldest capital city at 407 years old, and the capital city with the highest elevation at 7,000 feet, Santa Fe is the perfect place to start your own adventure. The Plaza, the epicenter of downtown Santa Fe, and the Palace of the Governors, the oldest continuously occupied government building in the United States, were built in 1609 and 1610, respectively. Native American artisans from some of New Mexico's 22 pueblos and tribes still sell jewelry beneath the Palace’s long portal, as they have for hundreds of years. But while history plays a major role in Santa Fe’s current persona (our unique blend of Native American, Spanish and Anglo cultures influences everything from local architecture and art to jewelry and cuisine), there is a modern sophistication to Santa Fe that rivals any metropolitan city. Enjoy world-class entertainment at The Santa Fe Opera or dance to live music at Santa Fe Bandstand, then sample from the city's 400+ restaurants or make a stop on the Margarita Trail. Internationally renowned chefs delight in elevating New Mexico’s favorite ingredient, chile, to new culinary heights. Santa Fe has been rated the number two small city to visit in the United States and one of the top U.S. destinations in the world for travel, romance, culture, art and food. There is so much to see and do; you’ll need (and want!) to come back again and again.


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Bursting with world-class restaurants, shops, spas, music and performing arts venues and art galleries, Santa Fe is an unbeatable escape for families seeking adventure, couples looking for romance and friends wanting to reconnect. With fascinating historical sites, incredible sightseeing, spas, fun day trips, energizing outdoor activities and more, Santa Fe quite literally offers adventure for everyone.

Romantic and Relaxing From weddings and anniversaries to weekend getaways, Santa Fe is tailor-made for romance. Take in a show together at the Lensic, a performance at The Santa Fe Opera, or enjoy live music at Santa Fe Bandstand. 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—try a pumpkin facial or a relaxing couple’s massage.

With so many things to do—plus opportunities to take it easy— Santa Fe is perfect for girls’ weekends, reunions with college friends and celebrations of all kinds. Shop 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 or hit a couple of stops on the Santa Fe Margarita Trail. Spend a few hours at Meow Wolf, an immersive art experience like no other, then dine at one of the city’s 400+ nationally recognized restaurants. If you’re looking to relax, head to a world-class spa for a therapeutic soak in healing waters.

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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 or ride the rapids on a rafting trip down the Rio Grande. When the weather turns cold, winter fun lasts all season long with world class skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, ice skating and snowblading. 6

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On behalf of the citizens of our historic community, welcome to Santa Fe. We thank you for choosing to make your memories with us. Santa Fe has been known as “The City Different” for over a century, and wherever you turn, you’re sure to discover why. While your senses will be thrilled by our food, art, outdoors, wellness offerings and shopping, we encourage you to get more involved. Santa Fe is a place of going deeper—of learning and becoming a participant in authentic traditions and culture. Try our savory Northern New Mexican food, but also take a cooking class so you can make tamales and chile yourself. Purchase art to enjoy forever, but why not take a Southwestern art class and discover how the masters do it? Don’t miss the amazing Meow Wolf Art Complex and tour The House of Eternal Return where you’ll become part of this incomparable 21st century art masterpiece installation. For sure see flamenco dancing, but step up and learn some moves! When you get a Santa Fe Margarita Trail Passport, it has all the recipes, but don’t stop there. Chat up the bartenders on the Trail for that extra secret to delighting your friends back home. Our outdoors tour guides will teach you how to hike, bike, fish, 2017 Santa Fe the Guide half-page diverse ad 2.pdf 1 10/20/16 raft and horseback ride astonishingly and breathtaking

land that surrounds us. Likewise, our wellness practitioners will reveal lifechanging knowledge and techniques that go back centuries. You’ll find Santa Feans eager to meet you and share their city, traditions and secrets. We want you to return home with brilliant memories but also with new ways of keeping the Santa Fe spirit alive in your world. This guide is a start to that adventure, but Santa Fe provides three Visitor Centers staffed by highly knowledgeable locals. Call 800-777-2489 and we’ll be glad to help customize your getaway just for you. Whether you’re still in the planning stage of your trip or already celebrating here in town, bienvenidos—welcome to The City Different.

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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 garrison. Today the Plaza, still the epicenter of the city, has a considerably more friendly vibe, with fabulous museums, restaurants, art galleries, shops and a Santa Fe Visitor Center lining the perimeter of the grassy park. Some of the city’s oldest landmarks and hotels are located within blocks of the Plaza and Downtown, making this area the ideal place to immerse yourself in Santa Fe’s past and present.

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Stunning Canyon Road has come a long way since its dirt trail days of centuries past. Now Santa Fe’s most famous street is an art lover’s mecca, with nearly 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 milelong street is eminently walkable and distinctly Santa Fe, boasting the highest concentration of art galleries in the U.S. Several restaurants and cafés help you recharge before hitting the next amazing shop or gallery.

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The newly revitalized Railyard-Guadalupe District is a great spot for mingling. Take a class at the Santa Fe School of Cooking and then stroll southward on Guadalupe to take in its unique shops, consignment stores and restaurants. Guadalupe will lead you to the heart of the Railyard, where you’ll find the Rail Runner Depot, Santa Fe Visitor Center, contemporary art galleries, independent bookstores, oneof-a-kind boutiques, theaters and numerous restaurants. Cap off your visit with a trip to Santa Fe’s celebrated yearround Farmers Market, flanked by the Railyard Park, SITE Santa Fe and outdoor music venues. SantaFe.org

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A vibrant Southwestern history is alive in the Southside area, where local Santa Feans live, shop, dine and play. Cerrillos Road, which stretches southward from the downtown area to the far southwestern edge of Santa Fe, connects with Airport Road for easy access to the Santa Fe Municipal Airport. Off-the-beaten-path hiking and biking trails and secluded parks, such as Frenchy’s Field and the new 90-acre SWAN Park, offer plenty of recreational fun. For urban outdoor enthusiasts, the Rail Trail winds through this part of town before heading south to Lamy. Many of Santa Fe’s favorite restaurants are found south of downtown as well, such as The Pantry, Blue Corn Cafe & Brewery and Horseman’s Haven—all celebrating New Mexican cuisine—and secret local hangouts like Jambo, Second Street Brewery, Back Road Pizza and a wide assortment of fun food trucks. Love consignment shops? This area has several, selling everything from jewelry and high-end handbags to home furnishings and décor, along with retailers like Santa Fe Stoneworks, offering beautiful knifeware and cutlery. Along Cerrillos is where you’ll find major retailers like Target and World Market, as well as the Fashion Outlets of Santa Fe, located close to the juncture of Cerrillos and I-25, for discount shopping on name brand merchandise.

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Once considered the south side of town, the area around Siler Road—the Midtown Innovation District—is trading its reputation as a gritty commercial area for that of a growing artistic hub. At the heart is Meow Wolf, an artist cooperative headquartered in the former Silva Lanes bowling alley. The group has partnered with Game of Thrones creator George R. R. Martin to open a multiuse art complex that includes a community workspace, a learning center and the House of Eternal Return, an interactive art immersion experience. Duel Brewing, a Belgian-style brew pub, is nearby, as is Java Joe's coffee shop; Wise Fool New Mexico, a local circus troupe, has called the area home for several years; and two theaters— Teatro Paraguas and The Adobe Rose Theatre— along with several art studios and galleries, make this a favorite destination for those seeking to experience the edgy-turned-artistic side of Santa Fe.


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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— Santa Fe today is famously known by its nickname The City Different. With its rich cultural history and vibrant modern-day offerings, unusual and magical Santa Fe has a one-of-a-kind journey waiting for you. 16

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paradise for art lovers, history buffs and cultural explorers, Santa Fe 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. So take the plunge: Immerse yourself in the scene. Enjoy an unforgettable tour with Destination Southwest, a Well-Born Guide/Have Ph.D., Will Travel,

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. 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. Santa Fe—the oldest capital city in the United States—is

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History and Culture celebrating birthday number 407 in 2017. 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.

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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 the adobe structures and Pueblo style that define 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 México 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. In 1824, under Mexico, the Spanish province of Nuevo México 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, with the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, Mexico ceded nearly all of present-day California, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, Colorado and New Mexico to the United States. The Territory of New Mexico’s population grew dramatically following the creation of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway in 1878. In 1912, New Mexico was admitted to the Union as the 47th state; its centennial of statehood was celebrated 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 characterize 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 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? Check out SantaFe.org for an updated calendar of Santa Fe events. Some Santa Fe festival traditions are relatively new—like the Santa Fe Independent Film Festival, now in its 10th year. But many­—like Fiestas de Santa Fe, the oldest continuous community celebration in the United States­, and Pueblo Feast Days—have roots dating to the area’s earliest history. Other can’t-miss events in and around town include Spanish Market, International Folk Art Market, Santa Fe Wine & Chile Fiesta and the world-renowned Indian Market.

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We still hold public burnings. Santa Feans annually purge themselves of their worries with the public burning of Zozobra (a.k.a. “Old Man Gloom”) kicking off Labor Day weekend. The 50-foot marionette moans and waves his arms in harmless fury while the onlooking crowds joyfully envision their troubles going up in flames with him.

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Set your heart aglow with a visit to Santa Fe during the holidays. Farolitos light up rooftops and walkways across the city, the scent of piñon fills the air, spirits are bubbly and the city celebrates the joy of the season, Santa Fe style. If you’re visiting over Thanksgiving weekend, head to the Plaza on Friday when the lights are turned on, marking 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. On Christmas Day and at the beginning of the new year, most Northern New Mexico pueblos open tribal celebrations and dances to the public. Call ahead to confirm.

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Pueblo Culture and Culture and the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts are all excellent educational visits. In Santa Fe, the history of Native American visual arts is best appreciated through exquisite historic artifacts, such as the pottery, sculpture, basketry, textiles, jewelry and more that can be found year-round at galleries such as Shiprock Santa Fe, Adobe Gallery and Andrea Fisher Fine Pottery. Look for contemporary examples of these traditional pieces, as well as paintings by contemporary Native artists, at Blue Rain Gallery, Niman Fine Art and Golden Dawn Gallery. Jewelry, hand-crafted by revered families of Native jewelers and coveted for centuries by collectors and aficionados, is everywhere in The City Different, from a simple pair of silver earrings sold by artisans beneath the portal of the Palace of the Governors to an elaborate squash blossom necklace or turquoise bracelet found at Sissel’s Fine Quality Indian Jewelry, Ortega’s on the Plaza and other retailers. Santa Fe takes its place on the map every August as the home of Indian Market, the largest American Indian art market in the country, as well as the Indigeneous Fine Art Market. Tens of thousands of visitors flood the city to take part in exhibitions and seminars, browse contemporary Native art, meet and purchase from the country’s top artists themselves and to see whose spectacular pieces will be named award winners.

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orthern New Mexico’s rich Native American history and culture permeates every aspect of life in Santa Fe today, from our turquoise jewelry to our adobe homes. Predating Spanish explorers in this area by 15 centuries, ancestral tribes of hunter-gatherers lived in settlements around the Southwest over 2,000 years ago. Some of these tribes later joined together to create permanent settlements, or pueblos. As other groups began to explore and settle this area, Santa Fe’s unique Native, Spanish and Anglo “triculture” developed over centuries of often turbulent interaction. Strong and resilient, however, the Native nations of what is now New Mexico proudly endured, and today Santa Fe just as proudly celebrates its distinctive Native American heritage and presence through art, architecture, food and more. Twenty-two tribes and nations are represented in New Mexico, and eight pueblos are located in Northern New Mexico, just short drives from Santa Fe: Nambé, Ohkay Owingeh, Picuris, Pojoaque, San Ildefonso, Santa Clara, Taos and Tesuque. Respectful guests are welcome to visit most of the pueblos to see ancient dwellings and observe certain feast day celebrations and other events significant to these sovereign nations. One-of-a-kind museums such as the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, the Museum of Indian Arts

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

Pueblo – Inspired by Native American adobe buildings and Spanish mud-brick churches, the Pueblo style features earthcolored stucco walls with an adobe-like appearance, rounded corners at intersections, brick flooring, rows of wooden vigas and flat roofs drained by canales. Although historically 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.

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Northern New Mexico – The area’s early settlers added 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 Art Center on Pacheco Street and El Zaguán on Canyon Road.

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New certification ensures purchases of authentic Native American art The Santa Fe experience is built on a foundational history and culture of the Native Americans who have been here for thousands of years. Taking home an original work of Native American arts and crafts is a wonderful way to remember your visit to Santa Fe—and it might even inspire a deeper appreciation of a new-to-you art form. Beginning in 2017, retailers offering Native American items for sale are required to display a Native American Arts & Crafts Business sticker and to clearly mark Native American items. Look for shops displaying the sticker at their entrance. These participating shops have certified that they are knowledgeable about relevant federal and state laws regarding the sale of Native arts. These laws require retailers to be truthful regarding the origin of pieces, making it illegal to suggest something is Native American when it is not. New Mexico law also requires shops to let you know if an item is entirely handmade, or partly crafted by machine. It also obligates sellers to disclose if any treated materials were used in the piece. It’s important to the City of Santa Fe that we protect both the Native American artists who have built a tradition of excellence here and the visitors who come to experience it in an authentic way. If you are considering purchasing a piece of Native art, remember to look for the Native American Arts & Crafts Business sticker while shopping in the Arts or Crafts District and ask the dealer questions about the provenance, process and materials used to make that piece! Learn more at one of TOURISM Santa Fe’s Visitor Centers and at SantaFe.org. Shop smart—and take home a treasure. SantaFe.org

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Founded by Don Pedro de Peralta in 1610, Santa Fe is the oldest capital city in the United States at 407 years old. The Plaza and the Palace of the Governors were also built that year. The Palace of the Governors, now part of the New Mexico History Museum, is the oldest continuously occupied government building in the country.

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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, making it the most densely concentrated area of art galleries in the world.

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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.

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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, live demonstrations and hands-on classes, Santa Fe is the third-largest art market in the country, competing with New York and Los Angeles. The local art scene traces its roots to ancient Native American traditions, to the Spanish Colonial aesthetic 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, catch thought-provoking shows Downtown or on Museum Hill, see Meow Wolf's House of Eternal Return installation and visit a nearby pueblo to experience traditional Native American art as it's being hand-crafted. 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.

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Canyon Road

The mile-long Canyon Road was designated a Residential Arts and Crafts Zone by the City in 1962. Authentic, historic adobe homes are now galleries specializing in Western, Native American and contemporary art. Standout spots include Canyon Road Contemporary Art, Barbara Meikle Fine Art, Meyer Gallery, Gallery 901 and Ventana 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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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—are at 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 Niman Fine Art and Golden Dawn Gallery, as well as museums like the IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts—the only museum in the world that showcases the work of contemporary American Indian artists. The City of Santa Fe Community Gallery at the Community Convention Center exhibits and sells works by Santa Fe and New Mexico artists. South of the Plaza, the State Capitol’s Governor’s Gallery, part of the New Mexico Museum of Art, presents exhibits throughout 26

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USA TODAY 10BEST READERS' CHOICE the year featuring works by prominent present-day 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 Railyard & Midtown Innovation District

Anchored by cutting-edge contemporary exhibition space SITE Santa Fe, the Railyard has been luring forward-thinking artists and art enthusiasts for over 20 years. The 50-acre neighborhood, which underwent a major renovation in 2008, features several art galleries, the Santa Fe Farmers Market, a brewery and a movie theater, making it 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. Further south, the Midtown Innovation District is home to the Meow Wolf art collective and Prescott Studio, which showcases the large-scale metal animal sculptures of Fredrick Prescott.


Visual Arts Museum Hill

Situated southeast of downtown and accessible by the free Santa Fe Pick-Up Shuttle, Museum Hill offers four distinct art institutions. The Museum of Spanish Colonial Art and the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, both privately owned, 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, which covers more than 12 acres, hosts notable art exhibits and reflects the diversity of the Northern New Mexico landscape.

Public Art

More than 75 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 Santa Fe, including the arching granite sculpture of 27 cutthroat trout by local artist Colette Hosmer titled Santa Fe Current, and Family by award-winning sculptor Roxanne Swentzell.

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Santa Fe continues to reinforce its designation as a UNESCO Creative City with a collection of interactive experiences designed to stimulate and educate visitors. Hands-on art classes from ceramics to photography and plein air painting are

offered at various institutes and by private instructors throughout the city. Santa Fe offers more than 300 local artisan-led workshops ranging from paper making, glass blowing, and weaving to flamenco dancing and jewelry.

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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 features one of Santa Fe’s many art house 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 Southside, the four-year Institute of American Indian Arts houses the permanent collection of the IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts. Also on St. Michael’s Drive, the Santa Fe University of Art and Design hosts numerous free public exhibitions.

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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.

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), Santa Fe Pro Musica (July through April) and Performance Santa Fe (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, the New Mexico Jazz Festival brings two solid weeks of saxophone and trombone solos (and more) to the Plaza, the Lensic and other venues. In July and August, don’t miss local and national talent performing any number of genres nightly—and for free—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, where you can picnic on a grassy field while taking in the tunes. Year-round, enjoy live performances while dining and drinking at restaurants and bars throughout the city. ADRIAN WILLS

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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

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Take in high-energy flamenco performances at El Farol on Canyon or El Flamenco downtown, or, if you can’t stand to just sit back and watch, grab a partner and tango the night away at El Mesón. Juan Siddi Flamenco Santa Fe performs several times a year in The City Different. 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. Fans of traditional Irish dance will enjoy Belisama Irish Dance Company’s energetic Rhythm of Fire performances around St. Patrick’s Day and other times of the year. 30

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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. The Adobe Rose Theatre and Teatro Paraguas showcase local talent in the Midtown Innovation District, and the physical-theater circus-arts group Wise Fool New Mexico performs its annual Circus Luminous extravaganza at the Lensic. In fall and winter, the Santa Fe Arts Festival’s art, music and film events, including the Santa Fe Film Festival and the Santa Fe Independent Film Festival, are held throughout the city.


We Know Shopping Having been the final stop 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 and outfitters line the Plaza and dot the Railyard-Guadalupe District; Canyon Road bursts with galleries and boutiques; and museum shops have treasures to mark your visit. Annual events like Indian Market, Spanish Market and the International Folk Art Market draw savvy shoppers from around the world; major exhibitions, like the Wheelwright Museum’s Center for the Study of Southwestern Jewelry, inspire purchases of hand-crafted jewelry at many locations around town. One of the first sights you’ll see at the Plaza is dozens of Native American artisans selling their turquoise and silver under the portal of the Palace of the Governors. Nearby on the Plaza are Fairchild & Co., designers of exquisite custom jewelry; Sunwest on the Plaza, selling gifts and souvenirs; and Cutlery of Santa Fe, offering an impressive range of custom knifeware. Look for the Santa Fe Visitors Center in Plaza Galeria, which, like the Plaza Mercado, is a shopping center on the Plaza housing galleries, boutiques, sweets shops and rooftop restaurants. Over in the Railyard-Guadalupe District, Kowboyz has a fabulous selection of used cowboy hats, boots and Western wear. With locations downtown and in the hospital area on St. Michael’s, Botwin Eye Group/Oculus Optical offers advanced eyecare plus a huge assortment of artful designer eyewear. Canyon Road is one of the best spots in the world to buy art, fine leather goods, chic home furnishings and one-of-a-kind jewelry, while the DeVargas Center in the Guadalupe district is the go-to spot for home décor, cookware, sporting goods, pet supplies, apparel and more. The revitalized Santa Fe Place Mall on Rodeo hosts national retailers like World Market and Bed Bath & Beyond, plus there’s the Santa Fe Fashion Outlets on south Cerrillos Road. South of Santa Fe in the town of Cerrillos, Cerrillos Station is a one-stop venue for crafts, jewelry and accessories, a dance studio, a day spa, a farmers market and more.

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Santa Fe is the chile capital of the world, boasting authentic New Mexican cuisine that features dozens of varieties of green and red chile, and dishes that imaginatively blend Pueblo, Spanish and contemporary tastes. Over 400+ innovative restaurants and food markets offer sublime creations that take full advantage of local meats and fresh, seasonal produce, locally made honey, gourmet cheeses, homemade breads and pastries, artisanal coffee and chocolate, regional wines and only-in-Santa Fe delicacies.

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A Different Flavor When in The City Different, take your dining seriously—as Santa Feans do. With over 400 establishments to choose from, there’s a restaurant for every culinary hankering. Looking for something upscale? Casually elegant izanami at Ten Thousand Waves serves Japanese tapas with an extensive sake list, while Osteria d’Assisi downtown offers upscale Italian dishes in a beautiful setting. If you’re craving local flavor, try the authentic Spanish tapas and paella at El Mesón or family-friendly New Mexican fare at The Shed, La Choza or Del Charro at the Inn of the Governors. Outside of town, en route from Santa Fe to Taos, Rancho de Chimayó serves traditional and contemporary New Mexican cuisine, while Artesian Restaurant offers upscale spa fare at Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs Resort & Spa. The city’s top hotels offer elegant but accessible fine dining at places like Luminaria at the Inn and Spa at Loretto, Blue Heron Restaurant at Sunrise Springs Spa Resort, Amaya at Hotel Santa Fe, Julia–A Spirited Restaurant at La Posada de Santa Fe and La Plazuela at La Fonda on the Plaza. Cafe Sonder and Cowgirl BBQ offer fabulous American fare, while Santa Fe staples Bumble Bee’s Baja Grill and Plaza Cafe North are delicious and convenient low-key options.

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Not content to have your food simply handed to you? Create your own culinary masterpiece at one of Santa Fe’s fabulous and interactive cooking schools. Unlock local kitchen secrets through classes at the Santa Fe School of Cooking, where you will get the lowdown on making tamales, rellenos, red and green chile sauce and more. The school’s walking tour of esteemed Santa Fe restaurants gains you an audience with the city’s top chefs and private tastings of their cuisine. At the beautiful Estrella del Norte Vineyard you can taste the winery’s recent vintages and sign up for seasonal dinners and other events. Guest chefs from fine New Mexican restaurants give hands-on classes at Las Cosas Kitchen Shoppe & Cooking School, from courses in knife skills to the secrets of high-altitude baking. Take a field trip with Las Cosas to the local Farmers Market year-round on Saturday and Tuesday mornings for fresh ingredients. Explore the unique culture of New Mexican cuisine with Food Tour New Mexico on a walking tour of specialty shops and restaurants in the heart of Santa Fe.

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It’s not all about the food. Check out the exceptional wine lists at TerraCotta Wine Bistro or Arroyo Vino. Visit one of New Mexico’s 45-plus world-class wineries and distilleries; several call Santa Fe home. Fans of artisan spirits will enjoy the tasting room at Santa Fe Spirits and a tour of their distillery or the tequila table at Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi. Try one of more than 200 signature margaritas—like the Randall Scandal—on the menu at Maria’s New Mexican Kitchen, or hit the Santa Fe Margarita Trail and sample the best ’ritas in the city, such as the Tequila Mockingbird Margarita at Derailed at the Sage Inn—at your own pace. Fill your passport and get the T-shirt and other prizes! No matter where you visit, one of Santa Fe’s award-winning mixologists will pour something special just for you.

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Margarita Trail

It isn’t likely Jimmy Buffett was singing about Santa Fe in his [in]famous song “Margaritaville,” but with the Santa Fe Margarita Trail, The City Different has elevated its own celebration of that sweet, kicky cocktail. Santa Fe proudly lays claim to the drink due to the area’s historic links with Mexico, and the clever Spanish creation of tequila inspired by the Aztec pulque, or fermented agave juice. If you’re a margarita fan, this one-of-a-kind Trail can be enjoyed whether you’re in Santa Fe for a weekend or are lucky enough to visit regularly. Purchase a Margarita Trail Passport for just $3 at any of the three TOURISM Santa Fe Visitor Centers or the participating bars and restaurants—there are more than 30!—then present your Passport for a $1 discount on the signature specialty margarita offered at each location. You’ll earn a stamp for each margarita enjoyed—but before you get too carried away, there’s a limit of two per day! Check your Passport for details of each establishment, including phone numbers, websites, hours and even recipes for the signature Margarita Trail drink—all made only with 100 percent agave tequila. Get a Passbook stamp at each location where you’ve enjoyed a margarita. After five stamps, Trail adventurers can collect a commemorative t-shirt to signify their margarita passion, or with 20 stamps, a signed copy of The Great Margarita Book. Finish the entire trail (we dare you!), and receive a Margarita Trail Bartender Kit.These prizes are only redeemable at the Plaza Visitor Center, but that’s just another great excuse to swing by downtown to indulge in your favorite cocktail, right? From low-key bars to award-winning fine dining establishments, each location on the Trail proudly boasts its own unique Santa Fe vibe— not to mention a killer signature margarita recipe. Have fun checking out these and many other Trail stops.

Cowgirl BBQ

La Fiesta Lounge at La Fonda

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Cowgirl Cadillac Margarita

Don Rael Margarita

Roca Coin Margarita

A favorite watering hole of locals and visitors alike, Cowgirl BBQ—great for patio sitting and sipping—knows their barbecue and tequila. Cowgirl’s Trail offering is the classic margarita, with the addition of orange juice and a red chile–salted rim. Yum!

La Fonda on the Plaza is one of the oldest stops on the Santa Fe Trail, so it makes perfect sense that their Don Rael Margarita should be a stop on the Santa Fe Margarita Trail. Kick back and relax at one of the city’s most iconic hotels, in a festive lounge designed for the 21st century.

A Santa Fe mainstay and favorite of locals and visitors alike, The Shed, located a half block from the Plaza, offers one of the strongest margaritas on the Trail. The bracing Roca Coin Margarita is the ideal end to a long day of walking, shopping and sightseeing. SantaFe.org

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Foodie Fiestas and Festivals Santa Fe Margarita Trail Ongoing Daily Fill your Passport (available at any TOURISM Santa

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Fe Visitor Center or participating bar or restaurant) with stamps verifying you’ve sampled some of the City Different’s most innovative and delicious margaritas. The Passport gives you a $1 discount on each special offering, plus you can earn an official Margarita Trail t-shirt and other goodies.

Santa Fe Restaurant Week February 19–26 Sample fabulous Santa Fe eateries like Bouche Bistro, Shohko Café, Il Piatto, Jambo and Luminaria at value prices. All of the more than 30 participating restaurants offer specially priced three-course dinners.

Outside Bike & Brew May 18–21 A unique festival that pairs biking with craft beers and brings together professional and amateur riders, bike builders, beer drinkers and music lovers.

New Mexico Cocktails & Culture June 2–4 Joy Godfrey, with permission by SFR

A three-day festival that highlights local bars, restaurants, chefs and bartenders with educational seminars, tasting parties, cocktail pairing dinners, movie screenings and more.

Edible Art Tour June 9–10 Tour downtown and Canyon Road galleries, sampling delicious food prepared by Santa Fe’s favorite restaurants while admiring world-class art. Proceeds benefit ARTsmart programs for Santa Fe youth.

Santa Fe Wine Festival July 1–2 New Mexico’s best vintners and distillers showcase their recent vintages and spirits at El Rancho de las Golondrinas, a living history museum just south of Santa Fe. Meet the winemakers and sample more than 50 different wines.

Green Chile Cheeseburger Smackdown September 8 Who will be named “Reigning Chomp” of the green chile cheeseburger? Visitors sample local restaurants’ most creative concoctions at this cook-off at the Railyard and vote on their fiery favorites.

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Arroyo Vino

218 Camino La Tierra, 505-983-2100 arroyovino.com

Arroyo Vino is consistently recognized as the destination for food and wine in Santa Fe. A short 10 minute drive west of the Plaza, Arroyo Vino serves progressive American cuisine inspired by seasonal produce from the on-site garden and local purveyors. A full bar, beautiful patio and impeccable service will ensure your dinner at Arroyo Vino will be a memorable part of your visit to Santa Fe. The Artesian Restaurant

Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs Resort & Spa 50 Los Banos Drive, Ojo Caliente 505-583-2233, ojospa.comm

One hour north of Santa Fe you’ll find Ojo’s secluded oasis. Our chef blends local flavors with farm-fresh ingredients from our on-site farm to create a delightful menu of Southwestern favorites and global cuisine. Lighter fare is available in the Wine Bar + Lounge. Open 7 days a week. Blue Heron Restaurant

Sunrise Springs Spa Resort 242 Los Pinos Road, 877-977-8212 sunrisesprings.com

Located 20 minutes from Santa Fe Plaza you’ll find this sacred oasis. Our chef sources vibrant local ingredients for New American West menus featuring vegetables from on-site gardens. Open seven days a week for lunch, dinner and Sunday Brunch. S P A

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Bumble Bee’s Baja Grill

Santa Fe’s ONLY Downtown Drive-thru! 301 Jefferson, 505-820-2862 bumblebeesbajagrill.com

Santa Fe’s freshest fast food! Serving authentic FRESH, BAJA-STYLE, GOURMET MEXICAN FOOD including burritos, tacos, fresh salads, burgers, hot dogs, shakes and fries. We’re famous for our fish tacos! We use organic beef and natural chicken. Plus an extensive selection of vegetarian, vegan, paleo and gluten free entrées. Beer and wine served. Cafe Sonder

326 S. Guadalupe Street, 505-982-9170 cafesonder.com

Food prepared simply, letting local ingredients speak for themselves. Steps from the year round Farmers Market, we strive to establish relationships with local ranchers, farmers, and foragers. We are committed to crafting a menu of locally driven contemporary American cuisine.  Cowgirl BBQ

319 S Guadalupe Street, 505-982-2565 cowgirlsantafe.com

Since 1993 Cowgirl BBQ has been dishing up new-fashioned comfort food and more! Along with the best burgers in Santa Fe, the Cowgirl features house smoked BBQ meats, great steaks and vegetarian specialties. Full bar with scores of whiskies & tequilas, 24 craft beers on tap and nightly entertainment! Lunch and dinner until late seven days a week.

Derailed at the Sage

Santa Fe Sage Inn & Suites 725 Cerrillos Road, 505-982-5952 derailedsantafe.com

Derailed bar and lounge is nestled in Santa Fe Sage Inn & Suites, located in the heart of Santa Fe near the Railyard District. The menu ranges from comfort food to creative seasonal dishes. Derailed features many of New Mexico’s coldest tap beers, popular wine varietals, specialty Margaritas and classic cocktails. Derailed's patio has ample outdoor seating areas and fire pits that provide warmth and ambience for evenings under our beautiful New Mexico skies. Open Every Evening. Happy Hour Daily from 4pm-6pm. El Mesón Restaurant & ¡Chispa! Tapas Bar

213 Washington Avenue, 505-983-6756 elmeson-santafe.com

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. izanami

at Ten Thousand Waves Spa & Resort 21 Ten Thousand Waves Way 505-982-9304, izanamisantafe.com

Elegant Japanese bar food in a spectacular mountain setting. Serving small plates, including charcoal-grilled specialities --– wagyu beef, house-made pickles, salads, noodles, many vegan and gluten-free options. The best sake list within a thousand miles. Patio overlooking the valley in nice weather. A perfect beginning or end to your spa visit. noon-10pm Wednesday-Monday, 5pm-10pm Tuesdays Julia, a Spirited Restaurant & Bar

La Posada de Santa Fe, a Tribute Portfolio Resort & Spa 330 E. Palace Avenue, 505-986-0000 Laposadadesantafe.com

Bold flavors, fresh ingredients and friendly service: hallmarks of all of La Posada de Santa Fe’s dining destinations. Find innovative, locally sourced dishes from our renowned chef at Julia, a Spirited Restaurant & Bar named after Julia  Staab, the resort’s historic original owner, legendary hostess and reputed ghost. Enjoy seasonal outdoor dining and drinks at The Patio Restaurant or savor a specialty margarita or refreshing cerveza in an historic setting at The Staab House  - named “Santa Fe’s Coziest Bar” by Travel+Leisure Magazine. La Posada is also a proud participant of the Santa Fe Margarita Trail. All just two blocks east of the plaza at the corner of Palace Avenue and Paseo de Peralta.     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.

Ostería d’Assisi Restaurant and Piano Lounge

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

Located in historic downtown Santa Fe. Walking distance from the Plaza. Real Italians serving Real Italian Cuisine, Osteria d’Assisi Executive Chef Cristian Pontiggia creates Italian cuisine using fresh Farmer’s Market ingredients. Tucker Binkley in the Piano Lounge Tuesday-Saturday 6:00pm to close. Lunch Monday-Saturday 11:30-2:30pm. Dinner nightly. Happy Hour 4:30-6:30pm. Plaza Cafe Downtown

54 Lincoln Avenue, 505-982-1664 thefamousplazacafe.com

Located on the historic Santa Fe Plaza you won’t find a better view or atmosphere while you enjoy an authentic New Mexican experience.  A favorite among locals and travelers alike, everyone finds what they are looking for at the Plaza. Rancho de Chimayó

300 Juan Medina Rd. in Chimayó 505-984-2100, ranchodechimayo.com

Winner of the 2016 James Beard Foundation America’s Classics Award! Rancho de Chimayó Celebrating more than 50 Years! A New Mexico treasure and “A Timeless Tradition,” serving worldclass, authentic New Mexican cuisine from recipes passed down for generations since 1965. Try our Carne Adovada - a Rancho specialty. Open daily from 11:30 am to 9 pm (May-Oct), Tues-Sun 11:30 am  to 8:30 pm (Nov-Apr), closed Mon. Breakfast served weekends. Shop our online store. TerraCotta Wine Bistro

304 Johnson Street, 505-989-1166 terracottawinebistro.com

TerraCotta Wine Bistro is a smart, casual food and wine restaurant located in the historic district of downtown Santa Fe. The ambiance is cozy and upbeat, the cuisine eclectic, contemporary and value-priced, with ever-changing regional specials using local and organic ingredients. TerraCotta’s happy hour continues all day long with 60 wines by the glass that are available for $6.00 until 6 pm. The Shed

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

Located 1/2 a block from the plaza in an historic adobe hacienda dating back to 1692, The Shed is a dining tradition for locals and visitors alike. Family owned and operated since 1953, The Shed is world-renowned for its Red Chile, traditional New Mexican dishes– Blue Corn Enchiladas, Green Chile Stew-- and its creative staples-- French Garlic Bread, Mushroom Soup, Fresh Lemon Soufflé, Mocha Cake and...of course, Margaritas! 2003 James Beard Award Winner. Monday– Saturday 11 am–2:30 pm, 5–9 pm.

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Get Up and Go! Outdoor Adventures Abound in Santa Fe One of Santa Fe’s biggest draws is its spectacular landscape, and with that scenery comes unparalleled opportunities for outdoor recreation any time 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 birders, who can spot some 140 species that nest on the land. More challenging routes into the Sangre de Cristo Mountains are found within the Dale Ball trail system or Atalaya Mountain, where a seven-mile-round-trip trek leads hikers from a sandy arroyo to a rocky ridgetop with expansive views. Cyclists love Santa Fe’s challenging roads and hills (especially during the Santa Fe Century in May), and mountain bikers are welcome on most Dale Ball and Atalaya trails as well as the Chamisa and Borrego trails in the Santa Fe National Forest. Hyde Memorial State Park beckons hikers and campers with its extensive network of roadside trails and campgrounds for tent and RV camping. One of the best ways to navigate Santa Fe’s diverse terrain and take in its sweeping mountain views is on horseback. Guided tours and private rides are available through Broken Saddle Riding Company and the stables at Bishop’s Lodge. For a bird’s-eye view of the stunning local scenery, hot air balloon rides are available through Santa Fe Balloons and Private Balloon Flights. Water babies, take heart: New Mexico may be landlocked, but there’s still wet-and-wild fun to be had. Enjoy swimming and boating at Heron, Abiquiú, Cochiti and Nambé lakes, or a challenging 40

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hike out to Nambé Falls. 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. Hop aboard the RTD Mountain Trail Route and head to Ski Santa Fe, with seven 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. Just two hours away, Taos Ski Valley has 110 trails and rare lift lines, and Pajarito Mountain 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 steam-operated Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad, a National Historic Landmark and the “Best Train Ride in America” (USA Today Readers’ Choice Award–10Best).The 1880 train offers daily excursions between New Mexico and Colorado beginning around Memorial Day and running through October.

Stay in Your Fitness Groove There’s no reason to put your workout routine on hold while visiting Santa Fe. The city is home to nearly 100 parks with options including the walking paths in Frenchy’s Field or the 1,500-acre La Tierra Trails, popular with hikers, mountain bikers, equestrians and BMXers. The Genoveva Chavez Community Center has a 50-meter pool, a gym, an indoor ice rink, an indoor track and spin, yoga and kickboxing classes. Swim indoors at Salvador Perez Recreation Complex or, in the summer, outdoors at Bicentennial Park. Fort Marcy Recreation Complex has pools plus a gym, racquetball courts, a weight room, walking paths and fields for softball and other sports. There are seven golf courses in the Santa Fe area including 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 Thunder Half Marathon or a low-key fun run.

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Relax

& 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 center your mind and spirit with a meditation class or intensive yoga retreat. Whatever your body and soul needs, Santa Fe has it in spades.


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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. Check out the Santa Fe Yoga Festival in the fall, with live music, presentations and notable practitioners teaching more than 100 classes in and around the city.

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For those looking to slow down and make quiet contact with their spirit, the Buddhist Upaya Zen Center offers 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.

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Soak Away Your Stress The perfect antidote to sore, aching muscles following a day sightseeing in town or hiking 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 pools 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 mineral-rich 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. Slather yourself with mud, let it dry in the New Mexico sun and return to town feeling cleansed and refreshed. SantaFe.org

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Valles Caldera National Preserve

Santa Fe offers arguably more world-class spa experiences than any other American city of its size, with treatments influenced by cultures near and far—from Native American to European, Japanese to Balinese. Hotel and resort spas, with their extensive and creative menus—like the ones at the Inn and Spa at Loretto, La Posada de Santa Fe, Eldorado Hotel and Spa, Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino, Hotel Santa Fe–The Hacienda and Spa, La Fonda on the Plaza, the Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado Santa Fe and Sunrise Springs, A Wellness Oasis—are destinations in their own rights. Services may be enjoyed in settings as diverse as outdoor massage gardens and Native American tepees. Inn and Spa at Loretto

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Resorts and Day Spas

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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 Outta Town!

Day Trips

Once Santa Fe gets into your soul, you’ll find yourself wanting to become even better acquainted with the area. So much of the city’s history is directly tied to surrounding 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 excursions to Tent Rocks, Los Alamos, Abiquiú, Madrid, Chimayó, Pecos National Historical Park, Albuquerque, the Eight Northern Pueblos, Las Vegas, Taos or one of New Mexico’s other landmarks. You’ll find yourself returning to Santa Fe with a deeper appreciation of the area—and 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!

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Pack your sense of adventure and discover Northern New Mexico

BEST TRAIN RIDE IN AMERICA

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From late May until mid-October, all aboard for a nostalgic train ride on the highest narrow-gauge railroad in the country: Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad. Departing from Chama, just two hours north of Santa Fe, the train ascends the 10,015-foot Cumbres Pass in Colorado, passing dramatic shifts in scenery along the 64-mile route, from pastoral farmland to rock-hemmed valleys bisected by winding rivers. SantaFe.org

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Day Trips

O’Keeffe Country / Abiquiú

Eight Northern Pueblos 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, view the event calendar at SantaFe.org.

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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 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.

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Located southwest of Santa Fe, near the Cochiti Pueblo, the Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument is well worth the drive. Spend the day observing, studying and experiencing the unique geologic process that shaped the natural landscape. A three-mile recreation trail that ranges from 5,570 to 6,750 above sea level is perfect for birders, horticulturalists and adventurous hikers.

Bandelier National Monument / Los Alamos Turquoise Trail

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. 48

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Spend a few hours or an entire day hiking the many trails that wind through Bandelier National Monument and exploring ancient Native American cliff dwellings and petroglyphs. Twenty minutes away is Los Alamos, home of Los Alamos National Laboratory and its Bradbury Science Museum, which tells the story of the Manhattan Project.


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What's On Your Agenda? Only have a day or two to get to know The City Different? Here's what to do in and around Santa Fe if you have a tight itinerary. (The good news: If you can't see it all while you're here on this trip, you can always come back!)

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If you have 1 day in Santa Fe . . . Fortify yourself with a hearty breakfast from one of several restaurants around the Plaza, then take in Plaza-area sights, such as St. Francis Cathedral, San Miguel Mission and the famous spiral staircase at Loretto Chapel. Check out the Pueblo-style architecture, shopping and art galleries around the Plaza itself and along San Francisco, Palace and Lincoln, or hit a museum or two—the New Mexico History Museum and Palace of the Governors, the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, the New Mexico Museum of Art and the IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts are easy strolls. Browse Canyon Road and its nearly 100 art galleries or hit the Railyard-Guadalupe District for shopping, a craft-brewed beer or a movie. End your day with dinner at one of the city’s 400+ fabulous restaurants. Be sure to try some green chile sometime during your stay!

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2–3 days . . . Museum Hill, off Old Santa Fe Trail, is home to the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture, Museum of International Folk Art and the beautiful Santa Fe Botanical Garden. The Santa Fe Farmers Market is a fun Saturday or Tuesday morning event in the Railyard, with local farmers and artisans selling everything from fresh vegetables to ristras and locally produced textiles. If you're looking to get moving, go for a hike and take in the area's stunning scenery along the Aspen Vista or Chamisa Trail, along Sun Mountain, in Diablo Canyon or in Cerrillos Hills State Park. Don't forget that you're at 7,000 feet; bring sunscreen and water! Rent a pony from the stables at Bishop's Lodge or Broken Saddle Company in Cerrillos and take in the trails on horseback. In the summer the Rio Grande is flowing, and Santa Fe Rafting and New Wave Rafting offer wet-and-wild excursions for the adventurous. El Rancho de las Golondrinas is a living history museum with lots of family-friendly events to take in. When it's time to slow down, head to the Midtown Innovation District and check out Meow Wolf's House of Eternal Return, an immersive art installation; visit one of Santa Fe's world-class spas for some selfpampering time; or make a couple of stops (two max per day!) on the Santa Fe Margarita Trail. Wrap up the day with a classic or indie flick at Jean Cocteau Cinema.

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4 or more days . . . Get out of the city and explore! Add one of the great day trips on pages 45 and 48—Las Vegas, Georgia O'Keeffe country, Los Alamos, one of the eight Northern Pueblos, Albuquerque and other locations— and enjoy more of the history, culture, architecture and scenery Northern New Mexico is famous for. SantaFe.org

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Celebrate Global Art & Culture 2017

Featuring the exhibition El Museo del Prado in Santa Fe

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rom Diego Velázquez to Frida Kahlo, from O’Keeffe in Japan to pioneers of photography in Syria, from Leonardo da Vinci to Steve Jobs, from passionate flamenco to mindblowing opera—throughout 2017, visitors to the City Different will have the opportunity to experience a vast array of high-quality global cultural experiences through Celebrate Global Art & Culture 2017. Many Santa Fe institutions—museums, the Santa Fe Opera, the Lensic Performing Arts Center and of course our unique Santa Fe cultural markets—have all joined in this effort to showcase first-class art and culture from around the world.

Below: Juan Correa de Vivar, The Annunciation, 1559, in the Museo del Prado in Santa Fe exhibition.

EXHIBITIONS El Museo del Prado in Santa Fe

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May 13–October 31, 2017 Cathedral Park This magnificent exhibition, traveling to the United States for the first time, comes to Santa Fe through the work of the Board of the American Friends of the Prado, and through the efforts of TOURISM Santa Fe, the Spanish Colonial Arts Society and the New Mexico Multi-Cultural Foundation. It consists of 92 mounted reproductions of the greatest works of art from the Prado, including Fra Angelico’s The Annunciation (1425–28); Rogier van der Weyden’s Descent from the Cross (1435); Diego Velázquez’s Las Meninas (1656); and Francisco de Goya’s The 3rd of May 1808 in Madrid. Representing the work of some of the greatest painters of the 14th–19th centuries, the exhibition will be displayed in the beautiful sylvan setting of Cathedral Park, where nature and architecture conspire to create the perfect outdoor gallery. Through October 2017 Museum of Indian Arts and Culture This exhibition of very contemporary Native art shows how Native American artists use their artwork to convey their own histories and tell others—in their own voices—who they and their communities are now, and what they are striving to become in the future.  

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Into the Future: The Cultural Power of Native Art

Left: Leonardo da Vinci (Italian, 1452–1519), The Virgin and Christ Child with a cat, about 1478–81, pen and brown ink over stylus underdrawing. Part of the exhibition Lines of Thought: Drawing from Michaelangeo to Now, at the New Mexico Museum of Art. In Collection of the British Museum (1856,0621.1).


Mirror Mirror: Photographs of Frida Kahlo

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May 5–October 30, 2017 Museum of Spanish Colonial Art This fascinating exhibition of photographic portraits of artist Frida Kahlo demonstrates how the artist came to her own comprehension of self-image at least partly through the work of her photographer friends.

Above: Nickolas Muray, Frida Kahlo and White Bench, New York, 1929. In Mirror Mirror: Photographs of Frida Kahlo at the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art. Courtesy of Spencer Throckmorton.

Her namesake museum presents a series of installations exploring iconic American artist Georgia O’Keeffe’s career and life through artwork, art materials, and personal possessions, along with photographs and documents from her life.

Lines of Thought: Drawing from Michelangelo to Now

May 27–September 17, 2017 The New Mexico Museum of Art The New Mexico Museum of Art is the first international venue for this exhibition from the collection of drawings from the British Museum in London.The lineup includes international artists through the centuries: da Vinci, Michelangelo, Dürer, Mondrian, Cézanne, Picasso and others.

Dan and Arlo Namingha Contemporary Sculpture

June 1, 2017–May 13, 2018 Santa Fe Botanical Garden New Mexico artist Dan Namingha is known internationally for his bronze sculptures and paintings; son Arlo Nam-

ingha is a highly regarded sculptor working in bronze and stone. Both artists have been influenced by their Hopi/Tewa culture. The Santa Fe Botanical Garden presents a major exhibit of the Naminghas’ work in stone and metal.

Spring & Fiber Fest: Life on the Trails of the Southwest

June 3–4, 2017 El Rancho de las Golondrinas Come see what life was like on the Camino Real, Santa Fe Trail and Spanish Trail at this living history museum.

Global Cultural Patrimony Under Threat: Syria as Case Study

Early July 2017–Mid-2018 The New Mexico History Museum and Palace of the Governors Throughout 2015, Syria’s most important archeological sites, including the Temples of Baalshamin and Bel and the Roman ruins of Palmyra, were dynamited by ISIS.This exhibit will show beforeand-after photographs of this destruction and also representations of the Syrian people. 

Quilts of Southwest China

July 2, 2017–January 21, 2018 The Museum of International Folk Art In southwest China, traditional bed coverings,

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July 22–23, 2017 El Rancho de las Golondrinas Rediscover our neighbors’ rich cultural history with music, food, artisans y mucho mas.

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to make an apple pie from scratch, you must first invent the universe.” Grottesco’s take on this journey brims with humor as the mundane clashes with the celestial.

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May 18–19, 2017 New Mexico School for the Arts at the Lensic Performing Arts Center Winter Dances NMSA’s year-end student performance and January 20–22, 2017 celebration, featuring an exuberant array New Mexico School for the Arts at the of dance, theater and music onstage. The James A. Little Theater NMSA’s Dance Department's annual presenta- May 19th show will be followed by NMSA’s ArtSpring Gala at the Inn and Spa at Loretto. tion of mixed repertoire, an impressive variety of dance performance representing the work of talented local and national choreographers.  Time Stands Still May 18–June 4, 2017 Adobe Rose Theatre A Midsummer Night’s Dream Time Stands Still, by Donald Margulies, February 2–4, 2017 focuses on a photojournalist and a foreign New Mexico School for the Arts at the correspondent trying to find happiness in a James A. Little Theater world that seems to have gone crazy. When NMSA’s Theater Department presents their own story takes a sudden turn, the Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. adventurous couple confronts the prospect of a more conventional life.

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April 13–30, 2017 Theater Grottesco at the Adobe Rose Theatre Pie is a layman’s exploration of the universe inspired by a Carl Sagan quote: “If you want

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June 29–August 27, 2017 El Flamenco de Santa Fe World-renowned Spanish flamenco dancer Antonio Granjero presents the passion and beauty of flamenco along with codirectors Estefania Ramirez, Antonio Hidalgo Paz and his company, Entreflamenco.

The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs Die Fledermaus Lucia di Lammermoor The Golden Cockerel Alcina

June 30–August 26, 2017 Santa Fe Opera Santa Fe Opera’s 61st season offers 36 performances of five operas: Johann Strauss Jr.’s Die Fledermaus; Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoor; Rimsky-Korsakov’s adaptation of Pushkin’s fairytale The Golden Cockerel; Handel’s Alcina; and The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs, by Mason Bates, which makes its world premiere on July 22.

New Mexico Jazz Festival

July 5–August 25, 2017 Bandstand on the Plaza Bandstand is New Mexico’s largest free music festival, featuring a diverse lineup of regional and national touring artists as well as the best musicians from Santa Fe’s exploding local music scene.

Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival

July 16–August 21, 2017 The Lensic Performing Arts Center and other venues The Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival presents its 45th season.

MARKETS & OTHER OUTDOOR EVENTS International Folk Art Market Santa Fe

July 14–16, 2017 Museum Hill/Milner Plaza The International Folk Art Market | Santa Fe is the largest and most celebrated folk art festival in the world, having hosted more than 800 artists from 90 countries since 2004. It is a celebration of living folk art traditions that creates viable economic opportunities for and with folk artists worldwide,

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July 2017 The Lensic Performing Arts Center The annual two-week festival, presented

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most of whom contribute to the well-being of entire communities.

Spanish Market

July 28 (preview including award winners); July 29–30, 2017 Santa Fe Plaza and surrounding streets In 2016, 95,000 people came to see the extraordinary work of over 230 adult and youth artists at Spanish Market, presented by the Spanish Colonial Arts Society. Art categories include colcha embroidery, retablos, hide painting, weaving, furniture and furnishings, tinwork and many others.

Indian Market

August 18 (preview of award winners); August 19–20, 2017 Santa Fe Plaza and surrounding streets Santa Fe Indian Market, produced by the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts (SWAIA), is the largest and most prestigious juried Native arts show in the world, where visitors can buy art directly from some 1,000 artists representing 200+ federally recognized tribes from the U.S. and Canada. Music and dance, a Native film festival, a Native American clothing contest and a haute couture fashion show are highlights of the exciting weekend. For a complete listing of 2017 Celebrate Global Art & Culture events, visit SantaFe.org.

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Museum Calendar 2017 Celebrate GLobal Art & Culture 2017 Throughout 2017, various locations. (See page 50.) Featuring the traveling Museo del Prado in Santa Fe exhibit at Cathedral Park, Celebrate Global Art & Culture comprises over 25 first-class art and photography exhibits, performances and international outdoor markets appearing in Santa Fe. santafe.org.

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Georgia O’Keeffe Museum Ongoing in 2017: O’Keeffe Collections. A series of galleries organized by theme to offer a deeper understanding of O’Keeffe’s art, life and times. 505-946-1060, okeeffemuseum.org. New Mexico History Museum / Palace of the Governors Ongoing in 2017: Setting the Standard: The Fred Harvey Company and Its Legacy. Artifacts and images explain the rise of the Fred Harvey Company and events that transpired in New Mexico. 505-476-5019, nmhistorymuseum.org. Museum of Indian Arts & Culture Through October 22, 2017: Into the Future: Culture Power in Native American Art. Images from popular mainstream culture—all with Native American twists—appear in this exhibit of media ranging from traditional clothing and jewelry to comics, cyberspace and beyond. 505-476-1144, indianartsandculture.org. Museum of International Folk Art March 12, 2017–September 8, 2018: No Idle Hands: The Myths and Meanings of Tramp Art. More than 120 examples of tramp art, an old method of woodworking that turned used discarded cigar boxes and fruit crates into elaborately carved objects. 505-476-1144, internationalfolkart.org.

Pueblo Feast Days and Celebrations 2017

Before visiting, contact the respective Tribe, Nation or Pueblo directly to inquire about times and dates. January 1: Announcement of New Pueblo Officials and Transfer of Canes. Dances at most of the Eight Northern Pueblos. 505-747-1593, enipc.org. January 23: St. Ildefonso Pueblo Annual Feast Day. Buffalo, Comanche and Deer Dances. 505-747-1593, enipc.org. January 25: St. Paul’s Feast Day. Various dances at Picuris Pueblo and Ohkay Owingeh. 505-747-1593, enipc.org. April 28–29: Gathering of Nations PowWow. In Albuquerque. 505-836-2810, gatheringofnations.com.

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New Mexico Museum of Art March 25–October 1, 2017: Cady Wells: Ruminations. The psychologically penetrating works of the modernist watercolor painter. 505-476-1144, nmartmuseum.org.

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November 12: San Diego Feast Day. Various dances at Tesuque Pueblo and Jemez Pueblo. 505-983-2667, Tesuque; 575-834-7235, jemezpueblo.com.

July 14: St. Bonaventure Feast Day. Corn Dance at Cochiti Pueblo. pueblodecochiti.org.

December 12: Our Lady of Guadalupe Feast Day. Pojoaque Pueblo, Mass at 10 AM, dances. 505-747-1593, enipc.org.

July 25: Santiago Feast Day. Corn Dances, Taos Pueblo and San Ildefonso Pueblo. 505-747-1593, enipc.org. July 26: St. Anne Feast Day. Santa Ana Pueblo Annual Feast Day. Dances at various Pueblos. 505-867-3301, santaana.org. August 4: St. Dominic Feast Day. Corn Dances at Santo Domingo Pueblo. 505-465-2214, santodomingotribe.com. August 10: Picuris Pueblo Annual Feast Day. Ceremonial Foot Race, Pole Climb and Traditional Dances. 505-747-1593, enipc.org. August 12: Santa Clara Feast Day. Buffalo, Harvest or Corn Dance at Santa Clara Pueblo. 505-747-1593, enipc.org.

May 1: St. Phillip Feast Day. San Felipe Pueblo Annual Feast Day with Corn Dance. 505-747-1593, enipc.org.

August 15: The Assumption of Our Blessed Mother Feast Day. Zia Pueblo, San Antonio Annual Feast Day and Corn Dances. 505-867-3304, zia.com.

May 3: Santa Cruz Feast Day. Blessing of the Fields and Corn Dance at Taos Pueblo and Cochiti Pueblo. 575-758-1028, taospueblo.com; 505-465-2244, pueblodecochiti.org.

September 30: San Geronimo Feast Day. At Taos Pueblo, an Art Fair, Ceremonial Foot Race and Pole Climb. 505-747-1593, enipc.org.

June 13: St. Anthony Feast Day. Sandia Pueblo Annual Feast Day. Dances at various Pueblos. 505-867-3317, sandiapueblo.nsn.us.

October 4: St. Francis of Assisi Feast Day. Nambé Pueblo Annual Feast Day, with Buffalo, Elk and Deer Dances. 505-747-1593, enipc.org.

December 24: Christmas Eve Celebrations. A variety of dances at most Pueblos, as well as midnight mass and bonfires. 505-747-1593, enipc.org.

Live Performance Seasons January–December: Santa Fe Pro Musica. Classical music programs presented in historic Santa Fe venues. 505-986-4640, santafepromusica.com. February–April: Aspen Santa Fe Ballet. The Aspen Santa Fe Ballet performs several selections in their 2017 season. 505-983-5591, aspensantafeballet.com. July–August and December: Santa Fe Desert Chorale. A 24-voice chorale performing a repertoire spanning seven centuries. 505-988-2282, desertchorale.org. July 1–August 26: Santa Fe Opera. The renowned Santa Fe Opera presents five operas in 2017: Die Fledermaus; Lucia di Lammermoor; Alcina; The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs; and The Golden Cockerel. 505-986-5900, santafeopera.org. July 5–August 25: Santa Fe Bandstand. Free, summer-long music festival on the Plaza featuring national and local musicians. 505-986-6054, santafebandstand.org.

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May 26–28: Native Treasures Indian Arts Festival. The museum-quality work of 200 Native artists is shown and sold. 505-982-7799 ext 3, nativetreasures.org. May 27–29: Northern New Mexico Fine Arts & Crafts Guild. Juried arts and crafts show celebrating a variety of media. 505-473-5590, artsandcraftsguild.org. June June 9–10: ARTfeast Edible Art Tour. Sample food from local restaurants while touring art galleries downtown and on Canyon Road. 505-992-2787, artfeast.org. June 10–11: Challenge New Mexico Arts & Crafts Festival. Annual juried show of 150 artists, held on the Plaza. 505-988-7621, challengenewmexico.com. June 16–18, June 24–25: Santa Fe Studio Tour. Santa Fe’s artists open their studios to the public for viewing and shopping. santafestudiotour.com.

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June 17–18: Herb & Lavender Fair. The gardens at El Rancho de las Golondrinas provide scent and taste. 505-471-2261, golondrinas.org. June 19–25: Currents. Artists working in new media. currentsnewmedia.org.

Derailed at the Sage Inn is the perfect spot for gathering with family, friends, or colleagues. Our menu offers seasonal favorites and creative dishes that will satisfy anyone and all tastes.

June 24: Santa Fe Pride. Parade, dances and celebration on the Plaza. 505-428-9167, santafehra.org. July July 1–2: Santa Fe Wine Festival. Sample New Mexico wines and buy directly from vintners. 505-471-2261 x 201, santafewinefestival.com.

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July 13–16: Art Santa Fe. International contemporary art fair. Galleries from around the world showcase contemporary art. 505-988-8883, artsantafe.com. In the Heart of Santa Fe

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July 16–August 21: 2017 Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival. Celebrated chamber music stars in extraordinary concerts.505-982-1890, santafechambermusic.com. September–May: The Santa Fe Symphony. Symphonic and choral music with world-renowned guest performers. 505-983-1414, santafesymphony.org.

Major Events Calendar 2017 January January 21: Souper Bowl XXIII. Food tasting event benefiting The Food Depot. 505-471-2025, thefooddepot.org. February February 19–26: Santa Fe Restaurant Week. Value-priced dinners and lunches at participating restaurants. 505-847-3333, santafe. nmrestaurantweek.com. February 25–26: ARTsmart Art of Home Tour. A tour of 12 homes benefiting art programs for Santa Fe youth. 505-992-2787, artfeast.org.

March March 1–April 15: Spring Break 2017 Kids Free. Celebration of family travel to Santa Fe. santafe.org. April Through April 15: Spring Break 2017 Kids Free. Celebration of family travel to Santa Fe. santafe.org. April 29–30: Contemporary Clay Fair. Exhibition and sale of contemporary ceramics by area clay artists. contemporaryclayfair.com. April 29: Santa Fe Japanese Cultural Festival (Matsuri). Celebration of Japanese culture. santafejin.org. May May 12–13: Canyon Road Spring Art Festival. Art exhibits, receptions and a live auction. 505-795-5703, visitcanyonroad.com. May 18–21: Outside Bike & Brew. A festival for cycling and craft beer enthusiasts. 505-209-5760, outsidesantafe.com. May 21: Santa Fe Century. A 20-, 50and 100-mile bike ride. 505-600-1840, santafecentury.com.

July 14–16: International Folk Art Market Santa Fe. A global gathering featuring the work of master folk artists. 505-992-7600, folkartalliance.org. July 15–16: Northern New Mexico Fine Arts & Crafts Guild. Juried arts and crafts show celebrating a variety of media. 505-473-5590, artsandcraftsguild.org. June 21–24: Rodeo de Santa Fe Pro Rodeo. PRCA pro rodeo. 505-471-4300, rodeodesantafe.com. July 26–August 13: HIPICO Santa Fe Summer Series. International world-class equestrian show jumping. 505-474-0999, hipicosantafe.com. July 29–30: 66th Traditional Spanish Market. Oldest and largest juried Spanish Market in the United States. 505-982-2226, spanishcolonial.org. July 29–30: Contemporary Hispanic Market. Showcase for Hispanic artists working outside the colonial traditions. 505-331-5162, contemporaryhispanicmarketinc.com. August August 5–6: Girls Inc. Arts & Crafts. Arts and crafts fair on the Plaza and adjoining streets. 505-982-2042, girlsincofsantafe.org. August 10–13: Objects of Art Santa Fe. More than 70 exhibitors show contemporary and historic art. 505-570-3220, objectsofartsantafe.com. August 11–14: Whitehawk Annual Antique & Ethnographic Arts Shows. Exhibitors of antique Indian and ethnographic art. 505-988-9544, whitehawkshows.com. August 19–20: Santa Fe Indian Market. Largest Native American arts market in the world, held on and around the Santa Fe Plaza. 505-986-5909, swaia.org. September September 1: 93rd Burning of Zozobra. Zozobra, a giant puppet stuffed with paper on which people have written all of the ills of the past year, is torched in the night as thousands in the crowd cheer and watch their woes burn away. 505-982-1282, burnzozobra.com. September 1–4: Santa Fe Fiestas Fine Art & Crafts Market. Artists and craftspeople fill booths around the Plaza with their wares. 505-913-1517, santafefiesta.org. September 1–10: Santa Fe Fiesta. The oldest continuously celebrated community event in the nation features food, music, parades and religious celebrations. 505-913-1517, santafefiesta.org.

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September 8: Green Chile Cheeseburger Smackdown. Local chefs compete to make the best burger. ediblesmackdown.com.

October 7–9: Abiquiú Studio Tour. Artists’ studios in the heart of O’Keeffe country open to visitors. 505-257-0866, abiquiustudiotour.org.

September 16–17: Santa Fe Renaissance Fair. Jousting, Clan Tynker, medieval combat, kids’ games and more. 505-603-4225, sfrenfair.org.

October 7–15: Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta. The largest balloon gathering on earth. 888-422-7277, balloonfiesta.com.

September 29–October 1: Santa Fe Concorso. A three-day event featuring vintage and exotic cars, motorcycles and bicycles. 505-310-1555, santafeconcorso.com.

November November 17–19: Recycle Santa Fe Art Festival. Arts, crafts, and fashion recycled and upcycled. 505-603-0558, recyclesantafe.org.

September 23–24: Northern New Mexico Fine Arts & Crafts Guild. Juried arts and crafts show celebrating a variety of media. 505-473-5590, artsandcraftsguild.org. September 17: Santa Fe Thunder Half Marathon. 10K and halfmarathon races, mile walk. santafethunder.com. September 16–17, 23–24: High Road to Taos Art Tour. A scenic drive and studio tour of the mountain villages. 888-866-3643, highroadnewmexico.com. September 27–October 1: Santa Fe Wine & Chile Fiesta. Food and wine events, cooking classes and guest chef demos. 505-946-1000, santafewineandchile.org. October October 21: Historic Canyon Road Paint & Sculpt Out. Over 150 artists create art en plein air on Canyon Road. 505-466-3059, visitcanyonroad.com. October 18–22: Santa Fe Independent Film Festival. Films, panels and parties in the heart of downtown Santa Fe. 505-795-5703, santafeindependent.com. October 7–8: Harvest Festival. Fall and the harvest season at El Rancho de las Golondrinas. 505-471-2261, golondrinas.org.

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November 23: Ski Santa Fe Opens (tentative). If the snow is sufficient, ski season begins. 505-982-4429, skisantafe.com. November 24: Annual Holiday Lighting. Lighting event at the Plaza, with music by local artists. Lights are turned on at 6 PM. 505-955-6979, santafenm.gov. December December 6–10: Santa Fe Film Festival. An extensive program of films, panels, workshops and parties at various venues. 505-216-6063, santafefilmfestival.com. December 8: Christmas at the Palace. A free, family-friendly evening with Santa and Mrs. Claus at the Palace of the Governors. nmhistorymuseum.org. December 15–17: SWAIA Winter Indian Market. Check website for location. 505-983-5220, swaia.org. December 24: Canyon Road Farolito Walk. Glowing farolitos light up Canyon Road beginning at dusk. visitcanyonroad.com. December 31: New Year’s Eve on the Plaza. Ring in the new year with bonfires, hot chocolate and a countdown to midnight. 505-428-9013, santafe.org.

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Private Balloon Flights 8311 Golf Course Road, ABQ, 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.

Ten Thousand Waves Japanese Spa & Resort 21 Ten Thousand Waves Way, 505-982-9304 tenthousandwaves.com A Japanese onsen experience in the foothills above Santa Fe. Outdoor hot tubs, spa suites, massage, spa treatments, skin care, lodging and elegant Japanese bar food at izanami. Signature treatments include Japanese Shiatsu Deep Tissue Massage, Ashi Anma Foot Massage, Yasuragi Head & Neck Treatment and Japanese Organic Massage Facial. Ten minutes from downtown – and half a world from the ordinary.

El Pueblo Bonito Bed and Breakfast Inn 138 W Manhattan Avenue, 505-984-8001 800-461-4599, pueblobonitoinn.com Downtown Santa Fe premier secluded, historic, adobe pueblo-style b&b. Walk to Plaza, Canyon Rd, historic sites, museums, and restaurants. 18 historic guest rooms— each with private bath, wood burning kiva fireplace, inviting Southwestern décor and enchanting Old Santa Fe charm! Complimentary: downtown parking, breakfast tamales, Wi-Fi and afternoon cookies. Friendly, knowledgeable staff. Lovely landscaped private grounds to relax and create a memorable Santa Fe vacation experience. Rated “Excellent” by Tripadvisor.com 2016 2015 2014 2013. Ten Thousand Waves Japanese Spa & Resort Houses of the Moon 21 Ten Thousand Waves Way, 505-992-5003 tenthousandwaves.com A Japanese ryokan experience in the foothills of Santa Fe. Thirteen guest suites, most with fireplaces and either a deck or courtyard. Pets welcome. Some suites have full kitchens and/or separate bedrooms. Fifteen minutes to the ski area and ten minutes from downtown. 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, March through the end of August. We offer half-day, 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!

Santa Fe Railyard Paseo de Peralta/Guadalupe Street, 505-982-3373 railyardsantafe.com Welcome to the Railyard, Santa Fe’s contemporary gathering place for locals and visitors alike. Have a great meal at one of our distinctive restaurants or brew pubs 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, and take in a movie and meal at our new 11 screen Violet Crown Cinemas. Relax or play in our award-winning 10-acre park. Ride your bike or take a train. Come experience the Railyard! Boots & Western Wear Kowboyz Just Good Ol’ Western Wear Vintage – Used - New 345 W. Manhattan at Guadalupe, 505-984-1256 kowboyz.com Home of the $99 boots. We have the largest selection of cowboy boots in Santa Fe — thousands of vintage, happily used and new boots; western shirts; ten gallon hats and much more. We can outfit anyone: from the working cowboy to the urban hipster to the western movie extra. You are going to love it! Located at the Railyard, across the street from Tomasita’s restaurant, a landmark in itself, and the Railrunner at the Santa Fe Depot. Open daily 10-5:30. Free Parking. REAL ESTATE SERVICES Lois Sury Realtor, Sotheby’s International Realty 505-470-4672 cell, 505-988-8088 office  lois.sury@sothebyshomes.com, santafeshowcase.com As a Native New Mexican I enjoy sharing New Mexico’s unique qualities with Clients shopping for Real Estate.  I hold various designations to help my Sellers position their property so that it receives the best possible exposure to make the Sale. Call me to talk Santa Fe Real Estate!

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 stepon services. Walks: Artists and Acequias, Bars and Brothels, Bread and Chocolate, Cemeteries, Ghost, Garden, Jewish Legacy 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 Fun and Informative 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, the Eldorado Hotel at 9:30 am and 1:30 pm, La Posada Resort at 9:30 am, and the Drury Plaza Hotel Santa Fe at 9:45 am. Reservations NOT required. Santa Fe Balloons 505-699-7555, 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.

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Santa Fe Air Center at Santa Fe Municipal Airport (505-471-2525) provides private and charter flights. On-site car rentals: Avis and Hertz. Albuquerque International Sunport (505-244-7700) is one hour south of Santa Fe. ABQ offers nonstop flights to 22 cities, including Austin, Dallas, Chicago, Las Vegas, New York, Phoenix, Seattle 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 Express (866-795-7245) carries passengers between the Santa Fe Railyard and downtown Albuquerque seven days a week, with fewer trains running on weekends. For a 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] You can't beat the Santa Fe Pick-Up (505-231-2573, santafenm. gov/transit), a convenient—AND FREE—shuttle service to 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 Sheridan Transit Center, Canyon Road, Museum Hill and other popular spots. The shuttle runs every 15–20 minutes, Mon–Fri, 5:30 AM–6:30 PM; Sat, 8:30 AM–5:30 PM; Sun, 10 AM–5:30 PM. Link to the free Santa Fe Pick-Up app at santafenm.gov/transit. The RTD Blue Bus (ncrtd.org) provides free transportation in Santa Fe and the surounding areas. For hiking, leaf-viewing and more, the Mountain Trail route rides to the Santa Fe Ski Basin during non-winter months (July 1 until Thanksgiving Day) for $5 round-trip. Make reservations for shuttle service between Albuquerque International Sunport and Santa Fe. Shuttle providers: Sandia Shuttle (888-775-5696, sandiashuttle.com) and Roadrunner Shuttle & Charter (505-424-3367, rideroadrunner.com). Taos Express links Taos to Santa Fe (575-751-4459, taosexpress.com).

Parking City of Santa Fe has seven pay parking lots located at 100 E Water; 216 W San Francisco; 119 S Federal; 215 Cathedral; 777 Canyon; 251 E Alameda; and 503 Camino La Familia at the Railyard. Limited one- and two-hour metered street parking is available downtown for $2/hour. 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 TOURISM Santa Fe has three Visitor Centers that offer state, county and local tourist information: the Plaza Visitor Center in the Plaza Galeria (66 E San Francisco St, 505-955-6215, 10 AM–6 PM daily); Santa Fe Depot in the Railyard (505-955-6230, open Mon–Sat, 9 AM–5 PM); and at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center (201 W Marcy, 800-777-2489, 505-955-6200, Mon–Fri, 8 AM–5 PM). SantaFe.org). For information about local businesses and relocation, visit the Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce (1644 St. Michael’s, santafechamber.com, 505-988-3279). 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.

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Santa Fe Municipal Airport (505-955-2900). Fly direct to Santa Fe. Skip the commute from Albuquerque! Now with daily commercial service from Phoenix and Dallas through American Airlines, and from Denver through United Airlines, it’s easier than ever to fly directly into Santa Fe.

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 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). Pets Many hotels and short-term rentals in Santa Fe welcome pets; check each hotel’s policy carefully 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 Santa Fe Animal Shelter Dog Park and 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.

[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/ transit) connects all of Santa Fe, while ABQ Ride (505-724-3100, cabq.gov/transit) will get you all around Albuquerque. [taxi] Uber (uber.com) offers door-to-door transportation in Santa Fe. Capital City Cab (505-438-0000, capitalcitycab.com) is on call 24/7 for door-to-door taxi service. April–October, scooters are available from iScoot (505-5775048, iscootsantafe.com). Santa Fe Pedicabs (505-577-5056, santafepedicabs.com) are a fun way to see the city up close.

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InnOfTheGovernors.com or 1-800-234-4534 …and receive a daily $15 credit to enjoy at Del Charro Restaurant and Saloon

101 W ALAMEDA STREET

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Guadalupe Inn

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

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Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza Hotel

hiltonofsantafe.com 100 Sandoval St 505-988-2811, 800-774-1500

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hotelchimayo.com 125 Washington Ave 505-988-4900, 888-563-4373

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hotelsantafe.com 1501 Paseo de Peralta 505-982-1200, 855-825-9876

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Hotel St. Francis

hotelstfrancis.com 210 Don Gaspar St 888-563-4373

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Inn and Spa at Loretto

innatloretto.com 211 Old Santa Fe Trail 505-988-5531, 800-727-5531

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Inn of the Governors

innofthegovernors.com 101 W Alameda St 505-982-4333, 800-234-4534

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Inn on the Alameda

innonthealameda.com 303 E Alameda St 505-984-2121, 800-289-2121

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lafondasantafe.com 100 E San Francisco St 505-982-5511, 800-523-5002

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laposadadesantafe.com 330 E Palace Ave 505-986-0000, 855-811-0050

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lodgeatsantafe.com 750 N St. Francis Dr 505-992-5800, 888-563-4373

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luxxhotel.com 105 E Marcy St 505-988-5899

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rosewoodhotels.com/en/inn-of-the-anasazi-santa-fe 113 Washington Ave 505-988-3030, 800-688-8100

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Santa Fe Motel and Inn

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

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

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

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abvilamplighter.com 2405 Cerrillos Rd 505-471-8000

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

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santafecomfortinn.com 4312 Cerrillos Rd 505-474-7330

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santafehotelsuites.com 3348 Cerrillos Rd 505-473-9004

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santafecourtyard.com 3347 Cerrillos Rd 505-473-2800, 800-777-3347

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Days Inn Santa Fe

daysinn.com/hotels/02193 2900 Cerrillos Rd 505-424-3297, 800-329-7466

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DoubleTree by Hilton Santa Fe

santafe.doubletree.com 4048 Cerrillos Rd 505-473-4646, 800-774-1500

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EconoLodge Inn & Suites

santafeeconolodge.com 3752 Cerrillos Rd 505-438-8049

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elreyinnsantafe.com 1862 Cerrillos Rd 505-982-1931, 800-521-1349

oldsantafeinn.com 201 Montezuma St 800-734-9910 Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi

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eldoradohotel.com 309 W San Francisco St 505-988-4455, 800-955-4455

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

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hiexpress.com/santafe 3450 Cerrillos Rd 505-474-7570, 888-233-9450

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Motel 6

motel6.com 646 Cerrillos Rd 505-982-3551, 800-4-MOTEL6

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Motel 6

motel6.com 3007 Cerrillos Rd 505-473-1380, 800-4-MOTEL6

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Motel 6

motel6.com 3470 Cerrillos Rd 505-471-4000, 800-4-MOTEL6

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Motel 6

motel6.com 3695 Cerrillos Rd 505-471-4140, 800-4-MOTEL6

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Pecos Trail Inn

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

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Quality Inn

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

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Red Roof Inn

redroof.com 4044 Cerrillos Rd 505-438-8950, 800-733-7663

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marriott.com/safnm 1698 Galisteo St 505-988-7300, 800-331-3131

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thesantafesuites.com 3007 S St. Francis Dr 505-989-3600

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santafesilversaddlemotel.com 2810 Cerrillos Rd 505-471-7663

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super8.com 3358 Cerrillos Rd 505-471-8811, 800-454-3213

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wyndhamhotels.com/baymont/santa-fe-new-mexico/baymont-inn-and-suitessanta-fe/overview 4150 Cerrillos Rd 505-474-4442, 877-999-3223

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haciendadelcerezo.com 100 Camino del Cerezo 505-982-8000

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hiltonbuffalothunder.com 20 Buffalo Thunder Trl 505-455-5555, 877-THUNDER

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houseofthethreemoons.com 719 Paseo de Peralta 505-989-4444, 800-779-2930

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Casa del Toro

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

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Casa Pacifica Bed & Breakfast

casapacificabnb.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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tenthousandwaves.com 21 Ten Thousand Waves Way 505-992-5003

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King’s Rest Court 1452 Cerrillos Rd 505-983-8879

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innatsantafe.com 8376 Cerrillos Rd 505-474-9500, 888-871-7138

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Cocktail Lounge

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El Pueblo Bonito Bed & Breakfast Inn

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

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Four Kachinas Bed & Breakfast Inn

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

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Hacienda Nicholas Bed & Breakfast

haciendanicholas.com 320 E Marcy St 505-986-1431, 888-321-5123

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

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

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Inn on the Paseo

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

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Las Palomas

laspalomas.com 460 W San Francisco St 505-982-5560, 877-982-5560

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Madeleine Bed & Breakfast Inn

madeleineinn.com 106 Faithway St 505-986-1431, 888-321-5123

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Upaya Zen Center

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

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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

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Hacienda Doña Andrea de Santa Fe

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

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java-junction.com 2855 Highway 14, Madrid 505-438-2772

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ranchodechimayo.com 297 Juan Medina Rd, Chimayó 505-351-2222, 888-270-2320

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adobedestinations.com multiple locations 505-471-9186, 855-473-6873 AdobeStar Properties adobestarproperties.com 86C Arroyo Hondo Rd 505-988-3024 Alexander’s Inn Vacation Rentals

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alexanders-inn.com 231 Rodriguez St & 527 Armijo 505-986-1431, 888-321-5123

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biscochitoholidaycasita.com 303 Staab Unit C 505-989-1088 Casas de Santa Fe

casasdesantafe.com 1323 Paseo de Peralta 505-466-3666, 800-363-9810

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Sauna, Spa, Hot Tub, or Jacuzzi

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Entertainment On-Site

Banquet & Meeting Capacity

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

GREATER SANTA FE

Cocktail Lounge

Suites

El Farolito Bed & Breakfast Inn

DOWNTOWN

Restaurant

Total Rooms

Lodging Guide

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Kitchens

Rates (High Season)

Concierge

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Fairmont Heritage Place El Corazon de Santa Fe

fairmont.com/el-corazon-santa-fe/ 103 Catron St 505-995-6569, 855-771-0771

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Granada Street Compound

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granadavacationrentals.com 635 Granada St 505-986-0006, 800-338-6877 The Haciendas at Garcia Street

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adobegallery.com/santa-fe-new-mexico-condominium-vacation-rental 356 & 357 Garcia St 505-955-0550, 505-955-0575 (after 5pm)

3

Kokopelli Property Management

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

90

Las Brisas lasbrisasdesantafe.com 624 Galisteo St 505-982-5795, 800-449-6231

17

Santa Fe Luxury Rental LLC santafeluxuryrental.com multiple locations 505-983-0737 Pip's Property LLC vrbo.com/585065 514A Alto St 303-720-9826

40

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Otra Vez otravezensantafe.com 202 Galisteo St 505-988-2244, 800-536-6488

18

Santa Fe Vacation Rentals

santafevacationrentals.com 433 Paseo de Peralta 505-982-3988, 844-4STAYSF Two Casitas, Santa Fe Vacation Rentals twocasitas.com multiple locations 505-984-2270

33

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70

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Upper Canyon Studio

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homeaway.com/vacation-rental/p211978 535 Camino Cabra 505-699-1635 Vacation Rental Santa Fe/Casita Cielo Grande

vacationrentalsantafe.com 323 Kearny Rd 505-699-2289 VeneKlasen Property Management

veneklasenproperties.com multiple locations 505-983-1771

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200

Casa Machado casamachado.com 4719 Contenta Ridge 505-629-4312

3

KSD Holdings, LLC

homeaway.com/184031 17 E Saddleback Mesa 317-501-2268

2

Quail Run Resort

quailrunsantafe.com 3101 Old Pecos Trail 505-986-2200, 800-548-6990

56

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RainbowVision Santa Fe

rainbowvisionsantafe.com 500 Rodeo Rd 505-428-7777, 877-795-7555

10

Santa Fe Luxury Rental

santafeluxuryrental.com multiple locations 505-983-0737

70

Rancho Jacona ranchojacona.com 277 County Road 84 505-455-7948

11

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

Outdoor Pool

Smoke-Free Rooms

Sauna, Spa, Hot Tub, or Jacuzzi

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

Entertainment On-Site

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Cocktail Lounge

downtownsantaferentals.com 103 Catron St 520-907-2218

GREATER SANTA FE

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Restaurant

Suites

Downtown Santa Fe Rentals

DOWNTOWN

Banquet & Meeting Capacity

Total Rooms

Lodging Guide

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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

Roadrunner RV Park

55 Ogo Wii Road / 505-455-2626 / roadrunnerrvparknm.com / north on NM 84/285 12 miles 934 Old Las Vegas Highway / 505-466-1419, 800-562-1514 / koa.com open March 1 to November 1 / north on I-25, exit 290 or 294

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Pets Allowed

RV Hookups

3574 Cerrillos Rd / 505-473-1949 / lossuenosrv.com / 3 miles northeast of I-25, exit 278 N

Santa Fe KOA

Tents

740 Hyde Park Road / 505-983-7175 / nmparks.com / 8 miles northeast on NM 475

736 Old Las Vegas Highway / 505-466-3482 / rancheros.com / north on I-25, exit 290

Shelters

Hyde Memorial State Park

Los Sueños de Santa Fe RV Park & Campground

Restrooms

Pool

No Hookups

Modem

Laundry

CAMPGROUNDS

Hot Showers

Lodging Guide

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Cabins

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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

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