Offering a charming boutique experience in a town full of warmth and color, Inn of the Anasazi welcomes families with its Southwestern hospitality.
Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi features works by local artisans, massive hand-carved doors, sculptured stairways and sandstone walls that whisper of prehistoric Pueblo living.
OPERA BENEATH THE STARS
Breathtaking mountain views enhance the magic on stage at Santa Fe's world famous open-air opera house, a brilliant juxtaposition of avant-garde modern design and traditional Southwestern materials.
SANTA FE FARMERS MARKET
Every Saturday and Tuesday, the Santa Fe Farmers’ Market displays the finest in locally grown produce, meat and dairy products and more.
Discover Santa Fe, New Mexico—the heart of the Southwest.
Santa Fe is the oldest state capital in the U.S., and the historic Santa Fe Plaza reflects its long and diverse cultural heritage. This community hub is praised as the heart of the city and hosts a wide variety of local events throughout the year.
The New Mexico Museum of Art celebrates the region’s cultural influences, from its Native American and Hispanic roots to its striking geography, and its enduring history as an artists’ colony.
The Bandelier National Park is a historically and geographically important site that preserves the home and territory of the Ancestral Pueblo People. With most structures and artifacts – including cliff dwellings and cave paintings, dating from 1150 – 1600 CE, the park is a must for archaeological and anthropological enthusiasts. The area also includes a lot of trails and wildlife, which makes it perfect for group hikes and Nature rambles.
With over a hundred galleries, boutiques and restaurants in one half mile, Canyon Road is an art-lover’s dream come true. Full of bohemian spirit and infused with the open-hearted hospitality of the people, the Canyon Road Galleries in particular are the perfect showcase for local artists, regional color, and striking contemporary art.