There are few cities in North America with the same geographical beauty, cultural diversity, ancient history, and general mystique—all wrapped up into one. With no shortage of attractions, Santa Fe boasts a world-class culinary scene, some of the best skiing and golf in the West, the third largest art market in the country, plus museums, hiking, and horseback riding (just to name a few). Let us break down the incredible things to do in Santa Fe!
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Santa Fe Attractions

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The Railyard

Distance: 3 Miles
The epicenter of gathering is at The Railyard Santa Fe where exciting performances meet great cuisine and contemporary art.
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The Santa Fe Plaza

Distance: 0.4 Miles
This was Santa Fe’s historical central gathering place—and still is!
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Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis

Distance: 1 Miles
Visit this Spanish Colonial chapel and oldest church in the country.
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Santa Fe Brewing Company

Distance: 1.6 Miles
This award-winning brewery has been around for over 30 years, and you can sample their craft beer at one of their four taprooms.
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Meow Wolf

Distance: 4.4 Miles
Check out this interactive art museum, perfect for the whole family!
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Santa Fe National Forest

Distance: 15 Miles
From hiking during the summer to skiing in the winter, the Santa Fe National Forest is the outdoor enthusiast’s paradise.
El Corazon Explore the Area From historic missions to contemporary museums, the attractions in Santa Fe are as varied as the town itself! Resort Map Explore the Area
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Adapt to New Heights

Make sure to stay extra hydrated and get adequate rest while adjusting to the city’s higher elevation.

Opt to Walk

It may be easier to stroll along the narrow, winding streets that were originally designed for wagons.

Know Your Colors

“Christmas” refers to what kind of chili you’d like with your meal—choose either red, green, or both!