Best Santa Fe, NM Shopping

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    Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse

    If you love to read and like the feel of an actual book in your hand, you'll love Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse, Santa Fe's largest...

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    Than Povi Fine Art

    Than Povi Fine Art is the only large pueblo-owned Native American Gallery in the area. Owners Elmer and Deborah Torres, members of the San Ildefonso Pueblo,...

    Photo courtesy of Than Povi Fine Art
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    Traveler's Market

    Travelers Market may be one of the best-kept secrets in town. Hidden away at the back the DeVargas Center, it offers over 10,000 square feet of unique finds...

    Photo courtesy of Steve Collins
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    Keshi, subtitled "The Zuni Connection," specializes in art from the Zuni Pueblo in western New Mexico. It began as a co-op founded by Zuni school teachers...

    Photo courtesy of Peter Kahn
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    Santa Fe meets France at Nathalie/Nathalie at Home. Owner Nathalie Kent, a former French Vogue fashion editor, brings her French flair to her Canyon Road...

    Photo courtesy of Nathalie
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    Andrea Fisher Fine Pottery

    Andrea Fisher Fine Pottery has been selling beautiful handmade Native American pottery since 1993. This gallery, with its extensive collection dating to...

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    Walk in the door at Origins and you'll feel as if you've entered an exotic foreign marketplace. You'll be greeted by lush fabrics, unusual prints and...

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    Santa Fe School of Cooking

    You'll find more than classes at the Santa Fe School of Cooking. This Santa Fe institution has been teaching locals and visitors how to cook New Mexican...

    Photo courtesy of Steve Collins
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About Santa Fe, NM Shopping

Looking for that perfect pair of hand-tooled cowboy boots, a silver concho belt or that drop-dead squash blossom necklace? You’ve come to the right place. Cowboys and Indians have met in Santa Fe for almost 200 years. For those boots head to Back at the Ranch; for fabulous jewelry finds there’s Ortega’s on the Plaza or the annual Santa Fe Indian Market. Shop the downtown Plaza area, the trendy Railyard District, Guadalupe Street and artsy Canyon Road. You can literally shop ‘til you drop. Santa Fe excels in fine art, wearable art, home décor, tribal art and imports from around the world. Seret and Sons, loaded with treasures from the Silk Road and beyond, attracts people so famous the shop has to sign a confidentiality agreement before they show up. On the other end is the fun Jackalope with its acres of world imports on Cerrillos Road or the Traveler’s Market, part high-end boutique, part foreign bazaar. Santa Fe marches on its stomach. There are great food shops waiting to be discovered. Explore the Santa Fe Farmers Market or check out the array of specialty shops for chocolate, wine, gourmet vinegars, spices, foreign foods and and distinctly New Mexican ones.

About Billie Frank

Billie Frank is a freelance travel, food and feature writer based in Santa Fe New Mexico. Her blog, Santa Fe Travelers, is a treasure trove of information on the oldest capital city in the USA. Billie is also co-owner of The Santa Fe Traveler, a trip-planning and tour business.

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