About the Location

Photo Credit: Jack Parsons

Photo Credit: Jack Parsons

Santa Fe, New Mexico

Santa Fe is among the oldest continuously-inhabited cities in North America. Rich in cultural diversity, Santa Fe has the third-largest art market in the United States, a multitude of dining experiences, several museums and shops in the historic plaza, and beautiful vistas you can reach by car or on foot. We list some suggestions to experience  during your stay in "The City Different:"

Local Attractions

Santa Fe Convention and Visitors Bureau offers many listings including local restaurants. Plan activities using the official Santa Fe Travel Planner.

Visit a Museum, including the International Folk Art Museum

Don't miss the Georgia O'Keefe Museum just off the plaza in Santa Fe, or tour O'Keefe's home in Galisteo.

Explore Galleries including a juried art market on Saturdays.

See a Historic Landmark or enjoy Shopping downtown

Rent a scooter to tour the downtown area:  IScoot Santa Fe or Centaur Cycles and Scooters.

Tent Rocks. Photo credit: Doug Merriam

Tent Rocks. Photo credit: Doug Merriam

Nearby Attractions

Drive to a nearby ancient Native American ruin:

Ski in the Rocky Mountains (check sites for opening day): Santa Fe or Taos

Tour a Modern Day Pueblo

Bike and Hike in the Rocky Mountains

Explore the unusual rock formations at Tent Rocks

Visa Requirements

You may need a visitor visa to visit the U.S. for a short stay. Visit the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) website to learn more.

Mountain Biking near Santa Fe. Photo credit: MarkKane.net

Mountain Biking near Santa Fe. Photo credit: MarkKane.net

Black Hollyhock Blue Larkspur, O'Keefe.  Photo credit: copyright Georgia O'Keeffe Museum

Black Hollyhock Blue Larkspur, O'Keefe.
Photo credit: copyright Georgia O'Keeffe Museum