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?
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As days grow longer and the sun shines brilliantly in our clear, blue skies, the promise of a memorable spring adventure in Santa Fe awaits you and your family. The season is a great time to visit The City Different. What are you waiting for? Here are five Santa Fe events and adventures to tempt the enterprising traveler and family in March!
Snow has graced the mountaintops, seasonal foods are simmering, and good times are in store. Santa Fe is a gift givers heaven. So, I hope your list is made and you’ve checked it twice. This is the best time and place to grab one-of-a-kind Santa Fe holiday surprises.
Make Summer Last in Santa Fe!
As the summer season comes to an end, it can feel like you’re running out of things to do. However, this August, you can truly unlock any creative potential here in “The City Different” with classes like glassblowing, cooking, and yoga—just to name a few! Come and get involved in activities that have some serious Santa Fe flair. Read More