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Cinematic Afterglow Photography and Video.
Please visit our website and blog (www.cinematicafterglow.com/blog) to learn a little more about us and our services.
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Visiting Santa Fe > Accommodations > Bed and Breakfasts
An intimate and unpretentious Bed & Breakfast located in the stunningly scenic Pojoaque Valley just 20-25 minutes north of downtown Santa Fe. A peaceful, quiet retreat from the hectic pressures of daily living. Delicious, multi-course, full breakfast and afternoon refresher served to help recharge your batteries. Our highly attentive personal service makes this a very special place for your total relaxation. The outdoor hot tub will soothe those tired muscles and affords some of the most spectacular star-gazing in the entire region. Free wireless Internet, easy highway access to Bandelier NM, High Road to Taos, Los Alamos, Valle Caldera, Pueblos, etc.....
Visiting Santa Fe > Accommodations > Hotels and Motels
That Enchanting Small Hotel in Santa Fe, with no hidden fees! One of Conde Nast Traveler's 2012 Reader's Choice Top 25 Southwest Hotels! Winner of TripAdvisor's 2012 Badge of Excellence. A perfect location in the heart of downtown, between the historic Santa Fe Plaza and the Canyon Road art galleries, where you'll find a haven of privacy, comfort and charm in a garden courtyard setting, tucked behind adobe walls. 72 rooms & suites, furnished in distinctive Southwestern décor, feature triple-sheeted beds with 300-count linens, irons and ironing boards, hairdryers, and spa robes. Patios, balconies & fireplaces available. Fully-equipped exercise room, two outdoor hot tubs, on-call massage. Our ample continental breakfast and afternoon wine and cheese reception are always included! Complimentary downtown shuttle, free off-street parking, free wi-fi access throughout, and free local & toll-free calls.
Amenities: Cocktail Lounge
Hot Tub or Sauna
Visiting Santa Fe > Accommodations > Vacation Rentals
We offer two choices: either a 1 or a 2-bedroom vacation rental. They may be rented either short-term or long-term at rates substantially below comparable units. They are both conveniently located near each other and within walking distance of Canyon Road, Adobe Gallery, the Santa Fe Plaza, Lensic Theater, Museum Hill and most other attractions and restaurants in the heart of Santa Fe. Also, having both places available to you increases the possibility of a group of friends and/or family members being here at the same time and being close together.
The Hacienda at Garcia Street - One Bedroom Condo: A beautiful, new, contemporary 1 bedroom 1 bath 850 square foot condo in the prestigious and historic Santa Fe east side neighborhood. Newly constructed, the condominium has been furnished with all new kitchen appliances, large screen flat panel TV, free wireless Internet access and free local/long-distance telephone.
The Hacienda at Garcia Street - Two Bedroom House: A beautiful, historic 2 bedroom, 2 bath 1200 square foot home in the prestigious and historic Santa Fe east side neighborhood. This home has been furnished with all new kitchen appliances, large screen flat panel TV, free wireless Internet access and free local/long-distance telephone.
Reservation requests may be made:
--call 505-955-0550 (Adobe Gallery) 10am to 5pm Monday-Saturday
--call 505-995-0575 after 5pm on weekdays and all day Sunday
--or anytime by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Daily, weekly and monthly rates are available, and depend on the season. Contact us to determine availability and rates for the times of your interest.
Visiting Santa Fe > Art > Performing Arts
World-renowned Spanish Flamenco dancer Antonio Granjero will return to Santa Fe after three successful fall seasons now for the summer performance season, along with featured artist Estefania Ramirez and his company, Entreflamenco. Appearing nightly from July 2 to August 31, the 8:00 p.m. shows will be featured in the legendary Maria Benitez Cabaret located in the Lodge at Santa Fe, a theater built specifically for intimate flamenco performances. Reserve tickets at TicketsSantaFe.org or call (505) 988-1234. Please inquire for Group &Youth Discounts and NM Residents Day. For more information please visit www.entreflamenco.com
Visiting Santa Fe > Dine > American
Las Fuentes Restaurant & Bar offers a variety of award-winning cuisine prepared by our celebrated culinary team.
Our dining room features Nuevo Ranchero Cuisine in a casual, yet elegant, ranch atmosphere. The southwestern décor features beamed ceilings, authentic Navajo rugs and commissioned murals by early Santa Fe artist W.E. Rollins.
Breakfast is served from 7:00 AM to 10:30 AM; Lunch from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM; and Dinner from 6:00 PM to 9:30 PM.
Our award-winning Sunday Brunch is from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM.
Between and after hours, seating is available on the Sunset Terrace (weather permitting) or in Las Fuentes Bar.
Boxed lunches are available year-round. Outdoor cookouts and pool services are available in the summer.
Dress is informal by day and dressy casual in the evening. Reservations are suggested for dinner, Sunday Brunch, Holiday events or other popular occasions.
Amenities: Cocktail Lounge
Hot Tub or Sauna
Visiting Santa Fe > Dine > Quick Bites
In Our Restaurant:
We offer Counter Style Service with a feel at home dining area. Our Hometown Cooking comes directly from the Chavez Family Recipe Vault, where we Specialize from the Santa Fe favorite "Original Real Burger" to Northern New Mexican and American Favorites at a Hometown price.
Our Catering Services:
Specializes in a quality and professional catering experience from preparation to service. All menus under the sun are custom made to accommodate your special event at a Hometown price.
Restaurant & Catering Faciltiy:
$250 for 4 hours Facilty Rental with Catering
$350 for 4 hours without Catering
$50 extra each hour after the 4 hours
Thank you for taking the time to get to know us,
John & Trish Chavez
Visiting Santa Fe > Dine > Southwestern
STAR CHEF OPENS DRURY PLAZA HOTEL IN SANTA FE RESTAURANT
Santa Fe, N.M. — The Drury Plaza Hotel in Santa Fe is excited to announce award-winning chef John Rivera Sedlar as restaurateur of the hotel’s new restaurant ELOISA. ELOISA will open this fall on the main floor of the hotel. The restaurant will be open for lunch and dinner seven days a week and will serve Southwestern Latin fusion cuisine. Friendly, professional service will complement the great food and the comfortable, warm environment.
In creating this alliance, the Drury Plaza Hotel in Santa Fe puts ingenuity and innovation in modern Latin cuisine at the top of its agenda. Sedlar is one of Los Angeles’ most successful and best-loved chefs. He owns the sleek, pan-Latin fusion restaurant Rivera. He returns to his hometown of Santa Fe after four decades of pleasing diners in Los Angeles.
“Santa Fe has long been, and still is, the epicenter of the most flavorful, vibrant Southwestern foods found anywhere in the United States,” says Chef Sedlar. “I'm so looking forward to returning to the Santa Fe cocina to cook once again my own contemporary versions of the wonderful foods I first ate as a child in my grandmother's kitchen on Alto Street.”
“Chef Sedlar’s mastery of modern Latin cuisine and his Santa Fe roots make him a perfect fit for our restaurant,” says Tauseen Malik, Drury Plaza Hotel in Santa Fe General Manager. “His culinary vision and creativity will bring a fresh new outlook to the culinary landscape of Santa Fe.”
Sedlar was named “the Father of Modern Southwest Cuisine” by Gourmet magazine and has competed on Bravo’s Top Chef Masters. He guest-taught at the Culinary Institute of America and is the author of many cookbooks including “Modern Southwest Cuisine,” “Tamales,” and “The Tamale Poster.”
In 2011, Sedlar was named “Chef of the Year” by Esquire magazine and RIVERA restaurant was acclaimed as one of the nation’s “Best New Restaurants 2011.” Sedlar was recognized in the legendary Cook’s Magazine feature “Top 50 Who’s Who of Cooking in America,” and in Food & Wine magazine’s “Honor Roll of American Chefs.” He received the Silver Spoon Award from Food Arts Magazine. In addition, he served for 10 years as spokesman for Patrón tequila.
Sedlar was raised on bizcochitos, empanaditas, and tamales in the New Mexican kitchens of his mother, aunts, and his grandma Eloisa, who was a professional chef. His father moved to New Mexico to work for Los Alamos National Laboratory. His middle name, Rivera, comes from his mother's family, which has lived in northern New Mexico for centuries.
He grew up in Santa Fe and spent three years in the Spanish cities of Sevilla and Zaragoza. In 1973, he apprenticed himself to legendary French chef Jean Bertranou of L'Ermitage in Los Angeles and mastered classic techniques while evolving his own approach to cooking. Sedlar has traveled extensively throughout Mexico, Latin America, and Spain to study Latin food traditions, and he is also the creator and founder of the first Latino food museum in the United States, Museum Tamal.
Sedlar’s first restaurant, Saint Estephe, opened in 1980 and was named “among the very best in California, or even the West” by Bon Appétit magazine. At Saint Estephe, Sedlar combined his classical training with his love of New Mexico’s cuisine to create what he named Modern Southwest Cuisine, also the title of his first book. He continued to create delicious, innovative food at his next restaurants, first Bikini in 1991, and then Abiquiu in 1994, both in Santa Monica.
DRURY PLAZA HOTEL IN SANTA FE
The 182-room Drury Plaza Hotel in Santa Fe features all of the renowned amenities of Drury Hotels, as well as modern, spacious, light-filled rooms with stupendous views of the Santa Fe skies. Guests will enjoy relaxing at the rooftop bar by the pool with breathtaking views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains; and shopping in the galleries around the property. The fully renovated buildings are steeped in history and surrounded by beautiful gardens and walkways.
Drury Hotels is a St. Louis-based, family-owned and operated hotel system with more than 130 hotels in 20 states from Arizona to the Carolinas and from Texas to Michigan. Brands include Drury Inn & Suites, Drury Inn, Drury Plaza Hotels, Drury Suites, Pear Tree Inn by Drury, as well as other hotels in the mid-priced hotel segment.
Amenities: Cocktail Lounge
Visiting Santa Fe > Local Resources > Churches
Cristo Rey Church
In the late 1930's the eastside of Santa fe did not have a church. Canyon Road was getting wider and there were about 283 families populating the alfalfa and corn fields up the valley to the mountains. On Sundays, there would be a procession of people walking down the paths to go to the Cathedral for mass, only to be relinquished to the back of the church, due to social and economic status.
This situation got very old for the folks on the eastside and they decided to build their own church. Some of residents were related to officials in the city and state government and that set the tone for their actions. The Rodriguez, Sena and Catanach families donated some land for the purpose of building their own church, a church that would reflect the indigenous people not some structure from France. The pressure was on. They started to make their requests but did not get the answers they wanted. The archdiocese in Albuquerque was headed by the archbishop R. A. Gerkin. For almost two years, the answer was no. Finally, the archbishop after being pressured by every politician in northern New Mexico, gave permission for a small church to be built and he asked for a architect. John Gaw Meem was acquired, who was the designer of the La Fonda Hotel. A contractor from Albuquerque was hired on to oversee the project to satisfy the archbishop's concerns about the project. Everything was well until another request was made.
The people in the eastside asked for more. They wanted to be the ones to build their church. So, The archbishop granted them his permission.
Another request came about from the parish, (the archbishop was getting very tired of their requests by now), they wanted a retablo that was in storage in the back of the Cathedral. The archbishop was tired by this time and he said yes, fine, go ahead. He did not realize the size of the retablo or alter screen would constitute the size of the church. The retablo was carved in 1760 by unknown Mexican artisans for Governor Francisco Marin del Valle. The stone was quarried northeast of Santa Fe and was made for the military chaped on the plaza for the governor. This retablo was 20ft by 40 ft tall. After Archbishop Lamy built the Cathedral, the retablo was put in storage, collecting dust in crates, since 1888 .
The new contractor was less then knowledgeable and insensitive to the workers, he hired them and their first task was making adobes. He questioned them about the straw. They all stopped. He did not know about adding straw to the adobes, they exclaimed, "Its like a man without a soul!" This proved he had a lot to learn from the men. With 100 men to do the work 150,000 to 180,000 adobes were made in the hot summer sun, and it only took 12 to 14 months to complete the church. The vigas were brought from the mountains in the east and peeled on site. They average weight of each viga is 2000 lbs. The corbels were made on site and all the wooden pews and confessionals were made by the boys at the diocesan Lourdes Trades School in Albuquerque. The church, on its longest side, measures 350 ft. Which make this church, the largest, single construction, adobe structure in the southwest. The walls vary from 2ft. to 9ft. thick in some areas.
Finally, the archbishop drove up the six hour drive from Albuquerque to visit the job site and was astonished at the size and magnitude of the project. He was shocked and infuriated, then he was overcome with the beauty of the church and could not keep himself from falling in love with the creation. This church is the hidden treasure of Santa Fe, not only because of its pueblo beauty, but because of the story behind its building. A story of the love and dedication of the men and women of its parish who wanted their own church to worship in.
The first mass was on June 27, 1940, 14 months after the first adobe was made. The Archbishop said the mass, celebrating the 400th anniversary of the Spanish entry into New Mexico.
Visiting Santa Fe > Must-See Events > May
Route starts at Christus St. Vincent's Regional Medical Center Corner of St. Michaels Dr. and Hospital Dr
WHEN: May 18, 2014
A hundred miles of history pass under your wheels as you bicycle down the ancient Turquoise Trail through the old mining towns of Madrid and Golden, villages and mountain passes and 100 miles after you start, wheel back into Old Santa Fe.
Visiting Santa Fe > Must-See Events > October
WHEN: October 4 - 12, 2014
Hundreds of balloons fill the sky at dawn and dusk for nine days, with races, night flights, and more. Balloon Fiesta Park, 5000 Balloon Fiesta Parkway, Albuquerque.
Visiting Santa Fe > Pet Friendly Santa Fe
Voted "2013 Guest Favorite"! Historic adobe pueblo-style compound nestled quietly in prime downtown Santa Fe- closest lodging to NM State Capitol! Tastefully preserved, boasting private courtyards, shade trees, an authentic Indian bread orno, and a "True Santa Fe Romance" inside and out. Always affordable, always memorable! 19 enchanting guest rooms each with private bathroom, working kiva fireplace, refrigerator, microwave, large walk in closets, air conditioning and WiFi. Complimentary: breakfast buffet, afternoon tea, parking (a $35/day saving), maid service and daily wood allotment! Santa Fe's most popular b&b's for over 28 yrs- owned and operated by same local family. Knowledgeable, friendly and courteous staff who truely enjoy serving visitors to Santa Fe. It's no wonder 2012 "Most Likely to Return" Award went to this historic Santa Fe B&B Inn.
Visiting Santa Fe > Things to Do > Classes and Workshops
Abstract and expressive representational images. Consciousness and color: art, beauty, the sacred and poetic. Studio of artist Sherri Silverman, plus affordable contemporary art from spiritually based artists Robert Branaman and David Wardman. Pastels, painting, collage, mixed media, photography, archival prints. Artist notecards. 24k gold-plated sacred geometry yantra sculptures. Vastu design consultations for homes, businesses, gardens.
STUDIO-GALLERY HOURS: Call us at 505.984.0108. Open seven days a week by appointment & by chance.
DIRECTIONS: We're past Canyon Road and Cristo Rey Church on Upper Canyon Road, halfway to the Audubon Center. From E. Alameda/Camino Cabra at the four-way stop by Cristo Rey Church and signs for Upper Canyon Road and the Audubon Center, head up Upper Canyon Road. We're on the left, just under a mile. When you see an adobe house on the left with a tall flat metal sculpture against it (a man in an oval?), use your left turn signal. Go down the driveway after this house. The driveway has mailboxes for 1519/1521 & art studio signs. Go past the old one story adobe buildings. We're on the left down the sidewalk in the first two-story building, behind the pitched metal roof buildings. Studio F is the left side of the building. Ample free parking.
Wordharvest Writers workshops offers intensive one-day writing workshops with faculty who are published authors. The programs, held at La Tienda (Eldorado) focus on all aspects of writing. The summer 2012 series includes writing and publishing fiction, non-fiction, memoir and travel writing. The workshops include hands-on writing, and welcome beginners as well as seasoned writers. Most faculty come from the Santa Fe area. We offer a summer series and usually a spring series. In addition, Wordharvest presents the Tony Hillerman Writers Conference, scheduled Nov. 8-10, 2012 at the Hotel Santa Fe. The event includes two writing contests. The Hillerman Prize, originated in 2006, honors a first mystery set in the Southwest, and is co-sponsored by St. Martin's Press. The Tony Hillerman Mystery Short Story Contest is co-sponsored by New Mexico Magazine.
WORDHARVEST was established in 2001 by two energetic Santa Fe women, Anne Hillerman and Jean Schaumberg. A native Santa Fean, Jean Schaumberg has a life- long interest in books. Her career includes work as an acquisition and reference librarian, a bookstore owner and manager, and a writers' conference coordinator, and work in development for a Santa Fe nonprofit. WORDHARVEST springs from her continued interest in the written word and the desire to promote it by assisting budding authors.
Anne Hillerman is a journalist, author, writing coach, freelance writer and avid reader. After a 25-year career in newspapers, including work as an editorial page editor, Anne and Jean launched WORDHARVEST in 2001. Anne is the author of several published books including Gardens of Santa Fe, Tony Hillerman's Landscape, Santa Fe Flavors, The Insiders' Guide to Santa Fe and Children's Guide to Santa Fe.
Visiting Santa Fe > Things to Do > Historic Sites
Opened by members of New Mexico's national guard shortly after World War II, the museum's main focus is the Bataan Death March, a World War II tragedy in the Philippine Islands that had a significantly harsh impact on New Mexico.
When the Japanese captured 70,000 U.S. and Filipino soldiers in 1942, most of New Mexico's national guard was among them. Released more than three years later, only half of the 1,800 men from New Mexico survived to return home. On exhibit are maps, press clippings and testimonials, along with Civil War artifacts and items connected to the codetalkers and other Native Americans who participated in U.S. wars.
The museum is housed in the original Armory where the regiment was processed for service in 1941.
Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument is a geologic wonder, full of towering cone-shaped tent rock formations formed after volcanic eruptions took place six to seven million years ago. Explore the contoured canyons and arroyos carved over the centuries by wind and water on a national recreational trail containing two segments. The Cave Loop Trail is an easy 1.2 mile hike. The more challenging Canyon Trail takes you 1.5 miles one-way into a narrow canyon then steeply up a 630-foot climb to the top of a mesa, with spectacular views of surrounding mountains. (Check the weather report before setting out to hike here as the canyon can flash flood and lightning can strike the ridges.) This is also a wonderful spot for viewing wildlife.
Take I-25 south to exit 264 for Cochiti Pueblo and onto NM 16. Turn right onto NM 22 and follow signs for Cochiti Pueblo and the national monument.
This glorious Gothic-Revival style chapel was completed in 1878 and modeled after King Louis IX's Sainte Chapelle in Paris. The church was built for the Sisters of the Loretto, who established a school in Santa Fe in 1853. According to legend, St. Joseph the Carpenter had a role in the building of the chapel's Miraculous Staircase, constructed between 1877 and 1881 with two 360-degree turns and no apparent means of support. Today, the church is a private museum and a popular site for wedding ceremonies.
Visiting Santa Fe > Things to Do > Kids' Activities
Santa Fe Children is a complete online resource guide for families who live in or are visiting Santa Fe. Get info on Santa Fe Schools, Local Events, Toy & Book Stores, Kid-Friendly Restaurants, Clubs & Organizations, After-school and Summer Programs, Day Trips, Sports & Fitness, Arts & Music, Clothing & Gear Stores, and more!
Girls Inc.'s mission is inspiring all girls to be strong, smart, and bold. Our vision is empowered girls and women in an equitable society. Since 1955, Girls Inc. of Santa Fe has been a strong advocate for the changing needs of girls and young women in Santa Fe.
Girls Inc. is THE positive development and risk prevention organization for Santa Fe girls. We believe the Girls Inc. experience equips girls to navigate gender, economic, and social barriers and grow into healthy, educated, and independent women. We work with girls ages 5-18 through After School, Spring Break and Summer Camps, Outreach, Workshops, and Collaborations with other community organizations.
Kid's Camp at Bishop's Lodge!
The award-winning Bishop's Lodge offers Camp Appaloosa for children 5-11 during the Spring and Summer months. Supervised sessions offer excitement-filled days with activities that include:
*Arts & Crafts
*Lunch and Dinner
Day Camp- 9am-1pm- $50 per Buckaroo
Afternoon Camp-1pm-5pm-$50 per Buckaroo
Evening Round-Up-5:30pm-9:30pm-$50 per Buckaroo
Full Day Camp-9am-5pm-$80 per Buckaroo
Visiting Santa Fe > Things to Do > Nightlife
Welcome to the Low 'n Slow Lowrider Bar at the Hotel Chimayó de Santa Fe. Named after the book "Low 'n Slow - Lowriding in New Mexico" by Jack Parsons and Carmella Padilla, the bar is designed to capture the essence of the low-rider culture; its exuberance, style and artistry. The bar is a tribute to New Mexicos Hispanic cultural pride and individuality through the décor and artwork, handcrafted by Chimayó specialists. Sample innovative concoctions from award-winning mixologists and nibble on authentic New Mexican home comfort-food plates from our restaurant.
La Fiesta Lounge, adjacent to La Plazuela, is a colorful and fun destination every day of the week. A wonderful New Mexican Lunch Buffet is served daily with handmade tortillas and other flavorful New Mexican dishes. The food is delicious and the signature margaritas and martinis are sensational. The nightly live entertainment is consistently voted Santa Fe's Best and there is never a cover charge. Check out who is playing by visiting our website. And, if its cocktails and a gorgeous view you're after, then visit our 5th floor Bell Tower Bar open Spring to Fall from 11am until sunset - weather permitting. In addition, the Bell Tower Bar now serves light fare.
La Fiesta Lounge is open from 11 a.m. to midnight Monday through Saturday and from noon to 11:30 p.m. on Sunday. The Lounge is non-smoking and handicap-accessible.
Visiting Santa Fe > Things to Do > Outdoor Activities
Experience New Mexico's wine country!
A delightful afternoon of wine tasting, relax in comfort for a fun-filled scenic tour of local wineries & attractions. What a wonderful way of celebrating a reunion, birthday, first date, anniversary, bachelor, bachelorette, retirement party, work party, girls day out, wedding event, renew your vows.
Come join us on a public, private group tour or private tour.
We'll visit several wineries, where you will have the opportunity to taste & purchase wines. Along the way, we just might stop at a scenic vista or out of the way attraction so our guests can enjoy the natural beauty of New Mexico. We operate all year round, seven days a week! Door to door service.
We offer airport, hotel, home or local point pick up for all tours and event's.
New Mexico Wine Tours is also a state licensed taxi service.
FUN WITH FRIENDS & FAMILY!
Visiting Santa Fe > Things to Do > Road Trips > Fascinating New Mexico Excursions
North of Santa Fe, Tesuque, NM 87501
Five miles north of Santa Fe lies the peaceful picturesque town of Tesuque, settled in 1740 as a small Hispanic village and named after the nearby Tesuque Pueblo. The area's orchards, pastures and cottonwood trees contribute to the beautiful scenery, as does the Santa Fe National Forest to the east. There are some great hiking trails in the area as well as two popular restaurants, a celebrated foundry and outdoor sculpture garden, and a glass works gallery and studio. Take Bishop's Lodge Road north out of Santa Fe and you'll wind your way there on the scenic route or follow U.S. Highway 285/84 north to Exit 168.
Visiting Santa Fe > Things to Do > Tours
Experience unique, accurate, entertaining, informative tours with local historian/long-time tour guide. Regularly scheduled tours or by arrangement. Out-of-town tours too. List of in-town tours follows.
Bread and Chocolate: An Artisanal Epicurean Delight! Come on a unique tasting experience where you will enjoy sampling fresh breads and crêpes as well as cacao drinks and sumptuous chocolates from the kitchens of their creators. Get acquainted with the newly opened Railyard and the Don Gaspar Historic Neighborhood. $65/pp. Min. $140. Fridays 10AM.
The Jewish Legacy in NM: A History Different
Come on the original Santa Fe tour with a unique cultural perspective! Explore New Mexico history a little more in depth with a local historian and find out how Jews were both Hispanos and Anglos. Find out about the twenty-first-century Jewish community. $25/pp. Min. $60
Thursdays 10 AM
Bars and Brothels in Santa Fe: A Red Light Tour
Try this adult alternative to ghost tours and explore some of the city's more famous watering holes and hangouts, past and present, in the downtown and Guadalupe area. End the tour at one of these "colorful" places! $25/pp Min. $60 Weds, Sats 7:30 PM winter; 8:30 PM summer
Artists, Writers and Acequias: Canyon Rd./Eastside
Would you like to find your way in one of the older and more scenic neighborhoods with a local historian? Learn about the artists and writers who made Santa Fe one of the largest art markets in the US. See the mother ditch and find out about unique community events. $25/pp. Min $60; Mondays 10 AM
Ghost Tour: The Dark Side of Santa Fe
Come with the Travel Channel ghost tour guide and hear about the ever-present personalities behind the walls of both public and private buildings in Santa Fe including the two haunted houses she lived in. No gimmicks! Just good
stories! $20/$10. Sundays, Thursdays, 5:30 or 7:30 PM. Min. $45
Garden Tour: Past and Present
Explore Santa Fe gardens with local gardener and historian. See what it takes to make these cool, quiet spaces in galleries, public buildings and private places.
$30/pp Min $65. Tuesdays, 9:30AM
Women in NM History: A Different Downtown Tour
Santa Fe will never look the same to you again after this downtown tour! Learn about some of the prominent and notorious women who made this town home and where they lived, loved and worked. $22/pp Thursday. 1:30 PM. Min. $56
If the name doesn't draw you in, the tours will!