Santa Fe Attractions
Over 100 galleries, boutiques, and restaurants within a 1/2 mile strip within the Historic District.
Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi
A fabulously interesting, faith-fueled institution reflecting Catholic faith and New Mexican culture.
El Rancho de las Golondrinas
A "living museum" recreating the life of a 19th-century Spanish ranch village.
Georgia O’Keeffe Museum
Exhibitions cover everything from the artist's personal possessions to her photographic career.
Hyde Memorial State Park
New Mexico's first official state park!
Visit the home to the iconic and mysterious 'Miracle Stairs'.
Meow Wolf's House of Eternal Return
'Multidimensional mystery house' full of secret passages, portals, and eye-catching art exhibits.
Museum of Indian Arts and Culture
Discover archaeological finds, textiles and pottery, baskets, jewelry, sculpture, and so much more.
Museum of International Folk Art
This museum holds over 130,000 examples of folk and traditional arts from around the world.
New Mexico History Museum
This museum records, preserves, and educates on the heritage of New Mexico and the American SW.
New Mexico Museum of Art
An expansive collection of contemporary regional art and photography.
New Mexico State Capitol
The only round state capitol building in the U.S, nicknamed The Roundhouse.
Palace of the Governors
The oldest public building in the United States and the seat of New Mexico's government for centuries.
Randall Davey Audubon Center & Sanctuary
Learn about and try to spot the over 190 species of birds within the 135-acre sanctuary.
San Miguel Chapel
Don't miss out on a chance to tour the oldest church in the continental United States!
Santa Fe Opera
Home to over 2,000 performances of nearly 170 different operas.
Santa Fe Plaza
The heart of Santa Fe for nearly 400 years!
Ski Santa Fe
A great place to enjoy quality outdoor recreation whether in winter ski season or summer hiking season.
Dine, shop, see contemporary art or live performances, shop local produce, ride your bike, or hop on a train!
Wander New Mexico Tour
Good food, good company, and good history lessons!
Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian
New Mexico's oldest non-profit, independent museum, dedicated to Native American Arts.