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Santa Fe, New Mexico is a beautiful southwest city. With over 300 days of sunshine every year and countless fun and interesting things to do, Santa Fe is one destination to add to your travel list. Ranked third by Conde Nast Traveler Magazine readers as one of the greatest U.S. cities, you will want to see for yourself what this great city has to offer. History, art, entertainment and of course, tasty southwest cuisine are just a few things you will experience in beautiful Santa Fe. 

 

  1. The Santa Fe Opera

For a music experience of a lifetime, you will want to visit the Santa Fe Opera. Enjoy out of this world performances from the open air theater. Under a star-filled New Mexico sky, you will not just hear but experience beautiful music filled with emotion. The theater itself is also a modern work of architecture adding even more interest to the entire encounter. If you don’t think opera is for you, you will after just one evening at the Santa Fe Opera.

 

  1. Canyon Road Arts District

Stroll down a winding path brimming with centuries-old adobes in the Canyon Road Arts District. This art district, once a residential street, is Santa Fe’s longest rooted art district and has more than 40 galleries. Filled with incredible Santa Fe history, you’ll find classic Santa Fe art from the 20th Century as well as contemporary and modern art.

 

  1. Any of our other arts districts

The city of Santa Fe is teeming with incredible art and has identified a variety of art districts that you will want to take the time to explore. The Downtown Arts & Museum District is one you won’t want to miss. With at least 30 galleries, fascinating museums, Native American pottery and jewelry lining the Plaza, you will lose track of time while you cruise the district. Our luxury hotel is located within walking distance and is the perfect way for our guests to spend an afternoon. You will also find the Railyard Arts District. Not quite as robust, the Railyard Arts District is Santa Fe’s newest district. Voted as one of the nation’s 10 Best Art Districts in a USA Today Readers Choice poll, you will want to add this one to your “to do” list.

 

  1. Santa Fe Indian Market

The Santa Fe Indian Market is an annual event. With 95 years of history (and counting), the Santa Fe Indian Market is a collection of the most talented Native American artists. Known as the world’s largest Native American event, the Indian Market is Santa Fe’s largest attended annual event year after year. This year, the market will be held August 19th & 20th. You won’t want to miss it.

 

  1. The Loretto Chapel

The Loretto Chapel is quite a site that will leave you in awe. Dating back to 1878, the Loretto Chapel is home to a magnificent spiral staircase that seems to defy the laws of physics. The staircase has two 360 degree turns with no visible means of support. Built by a mysterious carpenter, legend suggests that this innovative design at the time could have been built by no one other than a Saint. Learn about the legend of “The Staircase” and take in the incredible craftsmanship with your own eyes while you are visiting Santa Fe.