Unlock the magic of Santa Fe

Santa Fe is New Mexico’s capital and is known as the City Different with a rich history, mixing Hispanic, Anglo and Native American cultures whose influences are apparent everywhere you look from the pueblo-style architecture to the food, art and adobe landmarks. The Palace of the Governors is now home to the New Mexico History Museum.

Attractions in Santa Fe

Santa Fe Plaza
Santa Fe's historic city square is a great place to explore the blended Mexican, Spanish, and Native American heritage of the city.
Palace of the Governors
Built in 1610, the Palace of the Governors is the oldest continuously occupied public building in the country.
The Manhattan Project
At 109 Palace, notice a small, innocuous placard, which was the meeting point for the scientists and officials working on the top-secret Manhattan Project.
New Mexico History Museum
If you're looking to explore and understand the first peoples and colonial history of New Mexico, this museum details the state's lengthy heritage.
St Francis Cathedral
Originally set up by Franciscan monks in 1593, a parish church has been in continuous operation since 1610 on this site, though it has undergone many restorations and rebuilds.
Georgia O'Keeffe Museum
Known as the 'Mother of American Modernism,' Georgia O'Keeffe painted scapes of New Mexico in equal measure to the skyscrapers of New York City.
New Mexico's cuisine
A blend of Native American, Spanish, Mexican, and Anglo flavors, to many the food seems like Tex-Mex. However, its' heavy usage of chile earns it distinction.
Santa Fe Arts & Crafts scene
From pottery and painting to photography and weaving, come to Santa Fe prepared to explore its colorful and expansive art scene.


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