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Santa Fe (which means Holy Faith in Spanish) is in the foothills of the southern Rocky Mountains, in northern New Mexico. The city rests upon the grounds that were occupied for several thousand years by indigenous peoples. Native American influence and ancient traditions are deeply rooted in our region’s vibrant arts and culture scene. We’re located in the heart of a diverse & vibrant community with a myriad of New Mexican cuisine and other dining options, arts activities and family-friendly fun.

New Mexico's capital city offers countless things to do in any season. Santa Fe averages 300 average annual days of sunshine. With four distinct seasons, there is no shortage of outdoor fun to be found. Enjoy a hike on nearby trails, ski the slopes, or find an adventure in downtown Santa Fe at the Santa Fe Plaza and the many cultural, art & historic venues.

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Inside artwork of the Meow Wolf
MEOW WOLF
This art, entertainment and music complex featuring the main exhibit; House of Eternal Return, “creates immersive and interactive experiences that transport audiences of all ages into fantastic realms of story and explorations.”
Statues of dogs, horses, and a cowboy.
CANYON ROAD
More than a hundred galleries, boutiques, and restaurants all located in one half mile. Most galleries are open 10am-5pm daily. Check the gallery website for specific hours. May-October, First Fridays participating galleries are open until 7pm.
Downtown plaza with statue and trees.
SANTA FE PLAZA
A National Historic Landmark in downtown Santa Fe in the style of traditional Spanish-American colonial cities. It is “the heart of Santa Fe” and is the center gathering place in town where visitors explore by foot while sampling the best…
PALACE OF THE GOVERNORS
An adobe structure located on Palace Avenue on the Santa Fe Plaza, formerly constructed as Spain’s seat of government for the American Southwest, that is now the state’s history museum and chronicles the history of Santa Fe. It is designated…
Adobe style building.
GEORGIA O-KEEFFE MUSEUM
Founded in 1997, eleven years after her death, the museum is dedicated to the artistic legacy of Georgia O’Keeffe, her life, American modernism, and public engagement.
LORETTO CHAPEL
A fascinating chapel constructed beginning in 1873, formerly a Roman Catholic church, that is now used as a museum and a wedding chapel. It is known for its unusual, miraculous, helix-shaped spiral staircase.
SANTA FE RAILYARD
Historically a key interchange point between three railroads and today the convergence of several of the City’s most important roadways, The Railyard is a hub of entertainment, shopping, food and events for Santa Fe’s citizens and its visitors.
ROWLEY FARMHOUSE ALES
A small independently owned brewery and farm-to-table gastropub focused on brewing rustic farmhouse and sour ales. Visitors can enjoy indoor or outdoor seating. Open daily 11:30am-10pm.
PANTRY RESTAURANT
“Santa Fe’s meeting and eating place since 1948!” A family owned restaurant serving scratch comfort food and delivering fast, friendly service. While claiming to craft the best chile in Santa Fe, they pride themselves on serving the freshest and most…