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No trip to Santa Fe would be complete without a visit to the city’s famed historic Plaza, and we highly recommend making the historic Palace of the Governors part of your visit.read more
We highly recommend exploring Santa Fe’s art museums while you are here, particularly the work of artists who lived and worked here. One such artist, Gustave Baumann, lived in Santa Fe for more than 50 years and became widely known and appreciated for his work in color woodblock prints.read more
If you love to fish, Northern New Mexico may be your dream vacation. The Pecos River is an excellent location for both fly fishing and regular cast fishing …read more
Located at 706 Camino Lejo on Santa Fe’s Museum Hill, the Museum of International Folk Art is part of the state of New Mexico museum system and a division of the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs.read more
Here in the arid Southwest, people naturally think of the desert. And while New Mexico boasts some of the most striking desert landscapes and scenery in the country – white-water rafting is also prominent. In fact, this region boasts some of the finest white-water rafting in the country!read more
The Santa Fe Farmers Market provides the ideal showcase for all manner of fresh vegetables, fruits, and tasty treats on Saturdays year-round and on Tuesdays May 2nd to November 20th.read more
When planning a summer visit to Northern New Mexico, be sure to check out Santa Fe’s roster of art and culture festivals. The summer months bring a wide variety of festivals and activities to Santa Fe.read more
Flamenco is an especially vibrant form of dance – originally a product of the Andaluz region of Spain and popular here in Santa Fe. Santa Fe boasts multiple options for first-quality flamenco performances.read more
The Turquoise Trail National Scenic Byway is one of the most picturesque places in New Mexico. It encompasses 15,000 square miles in the central part of the state and links Santa Fe and Albuquerque. The 50-mile drive along state highway 14 offers breathtaking views....read more
Miles and miles of blue sky, towering mesas, native plants, and the rocky desert landscape instantly inspired American painter Georgia O’Keefe when she first visited Abiquiu in the late 1920s. She came back time and again, and eventually moved to the area in 1949,...read more
Hundreds of years ago, the Anasazi, also known as the Ancestral Pueblo people, carved their homes from the volcanic turf at the sides of the cliffs in the Jemez Mountains. Today, visitors can explore this complex of cliff dwellings, called the Bandelier...read more
When was the last time you went on a field trip? We bet it’s been a while. Santa Fe’s School for Advanced Research offers seasonal field trips for adventurers and knowledge-seekers of all ages. Local archaeological experts are hosting a field trip to El...read more