About Santa Fe
Santa Fe boasts over 300 days of sunshine per year, is the oldest U.S. capital city, and offers one of the largest art markets in the country.
Need a nudge with your trip planning? We have accommodation discounts, dining offers, workshops, and more at reduced rates.
Authentic casita rentals, historic boutique hotels, modern conventional lodging, intimate bed & breakfasts, and numerous campgrounds await youǃ
Quick tips for your next Santa Fe visit. Learn about life at higher altitude, seasonal weather patterns, water conservation practices, and more.
Santa Fe’s rich Hispanic culture took root when early Spanish explorers arrived in the region in the 15th century and began to flourish after the establishment of Spanish Colonial villages in northern New Mexico. This legacy thrives today, contributing to Santa Fe's status as a major multicultural city.
Follow Santa Fe’s history through six periods in time: Preconquest and Founding; Settlement Revolt and Reconquest; Established Spanish Empire; The Mexican Period; The Territorial Period; and Statehood.
There will be nothing more breathtaking than the sight of your partner on your wedding day. The billowing clouds of Santa Fe desert skies in the background will take your wedding day (and photos) to a whole new level.
From music concerts and dance performances to theatrical offerings by local and touring groups, Santa Fe works hard to keep its locals and visitors entertained by both New Mexico performers and acclaimed stars from around the world.
Santa Fe's superb spas will transport you to new levels of bliss. Unwind with massages, tub soaks and other healing traditions.
Discover the legendary and innovative flavors of Santa Fe, including the local chile, which isn't an ingredient, but a way of life.
Galleries and Studios
With more than 250 galleries to explore, you'll be astonished by the city's array of art, including traditional and contemporary painting, photography, pottery, sculpture, textiles, and more.