Expert Tips for Santa Fe Attractions


Best Santa Fe, NM Attractions

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    Want to visit a quaint art town? Madrid, NM (pronounced MADrid), an Ortiz Mountain mining hub turned ghost town, has morphed into a vibrant enclave of over...

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    Pecos National Historical Park

    Interested in history? Head for Pecos National Historical Park about a half-hour east of Santa Fe. The Cicuye Pueblo (named "Pecos" by the Spanish), lived...

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    Take the High Road Byway to the small mountain hamlet of Chimay�, first settled in the 1740s. The village is known for three things: its weaving...

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    Puye Cliffs

    The Puye Cliffs were the dwelling place of the ancestors of the present day Santa Clara Pueblo people from around 900 to 1,500 AD. There are two main tours....

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    Ski Santa Fe

    When people hear there's skiing in Santa Fe they're often shocked. Ski Santa Fe, opened as Santa Fe Ski Company in 1947, offers skiing for all levels of...

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    El Rancho de las Golondrinas

    El Rancho de las Golondrinas, a living history village southwest of Santa Fe, recreates life as it was lived in Spanish Colonial New Mexico. The property...

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    Bandelier National Monument

    Travel back in time at Bandelier National Monument where there are signs of humans dating back at least 10,000 years. The Tyuonyi Pueblo and cliff...

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    Georgia O'Keeffe Museum

    The Georgia O'Keeffe Museum owns the largest collection of the iconic artist's work in the world. Because it's a small museum, most items aren't on display,...

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    Museum Hill

    Museum Hill, aka Camino Lejo, a short drive from the historic Santa Fe Plaza, is home to four museums and the Santa Fe Botanic Garden. As you turn off Old...

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    Canyon Road

    Historic Canyon Road is home to about half of the city's over 200 galleries. Artists have been living on this street at least since the late 1880s.You'll...

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