Santa Fe is an over 400-year-old historic city that is ever changing. Color and creativity are on display this fall in Santa Fe with new culinary experiences, art exhibits, and more. We want to make sure you are in the know about all the latest happenings in the City Different!
Sshhh! Here’s a little secret: one of the best times to visit Santa Fe is in the fall between September and November. If you don’t have the chance to visit during the upcoming Labor Day weekend, there’s another three day weekend coming up in October—Columbus Day. This year, there’s even more reason to appreciate this national holiday. Our Mayor Javier Gonzales is making great strides to celebrate New Mexico’s indigenous people by also declaring this day, Indigenous Peoples’ Day. Come and experience the different sights and flavors this fall during this long weekend. What better way to enjoy it than by spending it in Santa Fe?
The Sangre de Cristo’s summit still has its white caps, but winter is officially over – and spring has sprung in The City Different! May events this year will have you basking in sunshine in the great Santa Fe outdoors! Enjoy the bright skies with a refreshing margarita (or two), cycling, and en plein air painting.
October Is In The Air
Shhh! Here’s a little secret: one of the best times to visit Santa Fe is in October. Yes, it’s cooler than summer and a little less busy, but being in the City Different in the fall will let you take part in some of the city’s most vibrant festivals. Trust me; you’ll know what I am talking about. So here are the must-see events and activities in Santa Fe New Mexico during the month of October! Read More