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In a city famous for spirited creativity, it's only natural to find an amazing range of creative tours. Knowledgeable, fun and friendly guides can enhance your experience of Santa Fe and its surroundings.

Take a guided walking tour and discover Santa Fe's compelling history, treasured art and architecture and even some spine-tingling ghost stories. If you'd rather ride, take a tram for a driving tour that covers similar ground.

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Ride The Dream
Exclusive guided Harley-Davidson tours through the Southwest.
134 Camino Acote
Santa Fe, NM 87508
(505)603-2547
Exclusive guided Harley-Davidson tours through the Southwest.
Routes Bicycle Tours NM
Awaken your senses to the wonders that surround you by joining one of our award-winning bicycle tours of NM! As local storyteller guides, we love our city & take great pride in showcasing the culture, arts, history, & spirit of Santa Fe. All-inclusive, featuring local treasures & hidden gems finely curated to provide you w/ experiences that become cherished memories.
228 Old Santa Fe Trail
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-933-5667
Awaken your senses to the wonders that surround you by joining one of our award-winning bicycle tours of NM! As local storyteller guides, we love our city & take great pride in showcasing the culture, arts, history, & spirit of Santa Fe. All-inclusive, featuring local treasures & hidden gems finely curated to provide you w/ experiences that become cherished memories.
Santa Fe Revisited
An in-depth and unique year-round historical tour of the oldest capital city in the nation. Ana Pacheco is the former Santa Fe City Historian and the author of eight books on New Mexico history. Pacheco writes a history column for the Santa Fean magazine, her family settled in Santa Fe in 1692.
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505-474-2800
An in-depth and unique year-round historical tour of the oldest capital city in the nation. Ana Pacheco is the former Santa Fe City Historian and the author of eight books on New Mexico history. Pacheco writes a history column for the Santa Fean magazine, her family settled in Santa Fe in 1692.


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