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Explorers, artists, naturalists and curiousity seekers have long been drawn to Santa Fe, New Mexico’s mesmerizing capital city.

With expansive blue skies, the snow-capped peaks of the rust-red Sangre de Cristo mountains and a shifting palette of hues across the landscape, natural backdrops don’t come more dramatic than in Santa Fe. Here, Spanish mission style merges with Mexican accents and the vibrancy of a Native American culture. Home to a celebrated community of artists, there is no shortage of cultural pursuits and the surrounding mountains beckon nature lovers.

-°C / -°F US Dollar English Santa Fe Municipal Airport (SAF), Albuquerque International Sunport (ABQ)

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  1. Museum of International Folk Art
    706 Camino Lejo, on Museum Hill
    1. Museum of International Folk Art
    706 Camino Lejo, on Museum Hill

    The Museum of International Folk Art was founded in 1953 by Florence Dibell Bartlett, based on her belief that, “The art of the craftsman is a bond between the peoples of the world.” View some of Bartlett’s personal collection of 2,500 objects such as textiles, costumes, ceramics, wood carvings, paintings, and jewelry, and an ever-expanding catalog of folk and traditional arts from around the world.

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  2. Bandelier National Monument
    40 miles northwest of Santa Fe
    2. Bandelier National Monument
    40 miles northwest of Santa Fe

    Spanning nearly 34,000 acres, this monument is an significant preserve for petroglyphs and cliff dwellings of the ancestral Pueblo people who once lived among the canyons and mesas of this otherworldly landscape. Hike along designated trails and explore the diverse array of ecosystems in this rugged desert canyon.

  3. Canyon Road Gallery District
    Canyon Road from Camino Pequeno to Paseo de Peralta
    3. Canyon Road Gallery District
    Canyon Road from Camino Pequeno to Paseo de Peralta

    Like fireworks spinning in the air, steel sculptures rise high above the desert grass of a tree-shaded courtyard on Canyon Road. One of the country's most celebrated art trails, this whimsical paradise of over 100 art galleries and boutiques stretches for a half-mile through the heart of the Santa Fe Arts District. Tree-shaded alleys wind between adobe bungalows, revealing refined galleries with a diverse cache of distinctive paintings and sculptures.

  4. Loretto Chapel
    207 Old Santa Fe Trail
    4. Loretto Chapel
    207 Old Santa Fe Trail

    At the end point of the Old Santa Fe Trail stands a French-influenced Gothic-revival style Catholic church. Completed in 1878 and affiliated with the Sisters of Loretto, a teaching order of nuns, this grand chapel marked an elaborate shift in architecture from the first adobe-style mission churches of the 17th century. The chapel, with its with ornate stained glass windows and a floating staircase, now operates as a museum.

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  5. Santa Fe Opera
    Seven miles north of Santa Fe on the west side of US Highway 84/285
    5. Santa Fe Opera
    Seven miles north of Santa Fe on the west side of US Highway 84/285

    Perched high on a hillside and encircled by the Sangre de Cristo and Jemez mountains, the soaring open-air opera hall is just as dramatic as the world-class performances that unfold on the stage. Join the gussied-up opera goers setting out elaborate gourmet picnics in the parking lot before a show.

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  6. Santa Fe Plaza
    63 Lincoln Avenue
    6. Santa Fe Plaza
    63 Lincoln Avenue

    The heart of Santa Fe remains the Spanish-American colonial style plaza as it was when first established in 1610. Ringed by sand hued adobe-style buildings, this historic commercial and social center could almost be mistaken for a movie set with its perfectly preserved buildings and the open-air Native American markets.

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Delve deeper into the life and work of Georgia O’Keefe and venture 60 miles north to the Ghost Ranch in Abiquiu, the artist’s desert retreat.
Delve deeper into the life and work of Georgia O’Keefe and venture 60 miles north to the Ghost Ranch in Abiquiu, the artist’s desert retreat.
La Posada draws on a rich history of Santa Fe, beginning with the resort itself—set on the site of a 1882 Victorian mansion where the city’s high society gathered. La Posada draws on a rich history of Santa Fe, beginning with the resort itself—set on the site of a 1882 Victorian mansion where the city’s high society gathered.
With unique events every day—morning yoga, wine tastings, tequila tastings, s’mores by the fireside—La Posada is a gracious host. With unique events every day—morning yoga, wine tastings, tequila tastings, s’mores by the fireside—La Posada is a gracious host.
Explore Canyon Road—a  half-mile of adobe structures that house over 100 art galleries, boutiques, and restaurants.
Explore Canyon Road—a half-mile of adobe structures that house over 100 art galleries, boutiques, and restaurants.
Wander through the city’s market and spy peppers in every color and intensity, eye-catching silver, and native handicrafts. Wander through the city’s market and spy peppers in every color and intensity, eye-catching silver, and native handicrafts.

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La Posada De Santa Fe
A Luxury Collection Hotel, Santa Fe

330 East Palace Avenue
Santa Fe, New Mexico
87501 United States

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Curated Gallery Collection Curated Gallery Collection

La Posada was a sanctuary for Southwestern artists in the 1930s, including painters Georgia O’Keeffe and Will Shuster. The tradition continues with The Gallery Collection. Join a curator-led tour of the more than 600 pieces by local and international artists followed by a reception and chef’s tasting.

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Sage Spa Sage Spa

Drawing on Native American techniques and ingredients, expert therapists integrate healing properties of the desert in the signature treatment. Indulge in a chocolate chile wrap for the body, combining small batch Mayan chocolate and Chimayó red chile with Milagro Herbs for an intoxicating experience.

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Spirits classes Spirits classes

Deepen your knowledge of drinks during an edifying wine, beer, and spirits classes. Enthusiastic mixologist will share the recipe of the inn’s signature margarita, meet the sommelier and taste wines from our cellar, or discover local craft beers during a beer and cheese event.

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