Things to Do Santa Fe
Santa Fe will be welcoming you to the plateau at the base of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, at an elevation of 7,000 feet, surrounded by remnants of a 2,000-year-old Pueblo civilization and filled with reminders of almost four centuries of Spanish and Mexican rule. A one-of-a-kind destination, Santa Fe is knowns its rows of chic art galleries, superb restaurants, and shops selling Southwestern furnishings and cowboy gear.
We hope you can enjoy time exploring Santa Fe, New Mexico, “The Land of Enchantment.”
Coffee Lovers Tour: Amazing cups of fresh brewed coffee or espresso can be experience at any of the gourmet coffee roasting companies throughout New Mexico.
Touring Downtown Santa Fe
Get acquainted with downtown Santa Fe!
Take a guided tram tour or guided walking tour to experience the winding streets in and around the downtown Plaza.
Self-guided walking tours of artisanal chocolate houses, coffee and tea houses, literary landmarks and New Deal art legacies are outlined as well throughout Santa Fe. Some suggestions include:
The Chocolate Trail: Love chocolate? Explore Santa Fe through the local artisanal chocolates, handmade using an array of sweet treats and organic ingredients native to New Mexico.
Santa Fe Margarita Trail:
*ROAD TO TAOS: Enjoy a round trip north on the Low Road and a return on the High Road of Northern New Mexico. This will show you a unique look a “The Land of Enchantment.” Experience the views of the Rio Grande!
ABIQUIÚ, GHOST RANCH AND CHAMA: North on US 84, you'll find Ghost Ranch, where Georgia O'Keeffe used to stay during summer months. Now a conference and retreat center, Ghost Ranch offers great hiking trails open to the public by permission obtained at the retreat center.
Georgia O’Keeffe Museum: Located a few blocks from the historic Santa Fe Plaza at 217 Johnson Street. The collections include nearly 150 paintings and hundreds of works on paper. The collections also feature personal property, from rocks and bones to dresses and paintbrushes, and a significant archive of documents. Advanced ticket purchase is required.
Museum of Fine Arts: Features one of Santa Fe's earliest Pueblo Revival structures, inspired by the adobe structures at Acoma Pueblo.
el Museo Cultural de Santa Fe: El Museo is a museum and cultural center working to preserve, protect, and promote Northern New Mexican generational culture and traditions. Please check hours of operation prior to visiting.