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As the ongoing civil war in Syria, thousands of deaths, and mass exodus of refugees threaten to destroy Syrian culture, the Palace of the Governors displays seven albums of 642 photographs of historic sites in Syria taken between 1899 and 1909.
Visiting Santa Fe > Accommodations > Vacation Rentals
The Lincoln, Santa Fe's most luxurious downtown building, is located less than a block from the Plaza, literally in the heart of historic Santa Fe. This lovely building, set at the corner of Lincoln and Marcy Streets in the center of town, rises to five stories, higher than any other lodging property in the city, and matched by only a few other buildings at all. Our Residence Four East, with three king en suite bedrooms, occupies the premier spot high in this iconic downtown building, with views up to the Sangre de Cristo mountains and the Santa Fe ski basin flooding in through floor to ceiling windows. One can easily see the Plaza from the wrap-around patios surrounding this fourth floor retreat. The Santa Fe Convention Center is steps away, the historic Indian Market gathering is right out the front door, along with many downtown restaurants, shops, galleries and museums. Everything you need is literally at your feet, as nothing else in the city comes close to this airy and luxurious residence, perfectly furnished in a modern, light style and with every amenity, including Frette linens.
Entering from the Lincoln's private elevator lobby, you will likely experience the surreal feeling that all of our guests have had, that of being in a totally different place than you expected. The modern style is perfectly in keeping with the simple, clean lines and colors of Georgia O'Keeffe's beloved home near Abiquiu. Cool, crisp and completely renovated, the residence's smartly designed and generous 2500 square feet immediately draw you in, and from room to room. Natural light flows into the open plan living, dining and kitchen spaces from the tall windows and doors that dominate two long walls. The light Venetian plaster walls are complemented by scraped wood floors, the whole effect a return to the truly classic, original Santa Fe style, when pure, spare and simple ruled the day.
The Residence Four East sleeps six people in the three bedroom suites, all with king beds and clean, custom-tiled en suite bathrooms. An additional powder bath is easily accessible from a hallway near the living spaces.
The master bedroom, located at the opposite end of the unit from the guest bedrooms for more privacy, has a king bed and its own patio. It is a calm retreat, complete with hand-worked wood floors, large closets, a gas fireplace and large French doors to the sunny patio. The master bathroom is complete with spacious walk-in shower, tiled by the hands of a supremely skilled artisan, stone-topped vanity and custom cabinetry.
At the opposite end of the casita, the two king-bedded guest suites each feature a lovely bathroom with more custom tile work and cabinetry, a walk-in shower with European glass shower door, and spacious walk-in closet. These lovely suites also feature diamond plaster walls, wood floors, luxurious linens and their own TVs. One bedroom includes a work space complete with desk, if you find it necessary to interrupt your serene stay in that fashion!
The central common spaces of this fine residence flow into one another, without unnecessary dividing walls. The gorgeous kitchen is fresh and bright, with custom cabinets and smooth granite accentuating the stainless steel appliances. The living room is large and comfortably furnished, with a fireplace and a massive beam providing definition to this perfect space. You will be hypnotized by the views flooding in from all angles when you are in the living spaces, as they are magnificent, and unavoidable. For dining with your group, a long table seats eight with ease, more if needed. The patios are accessible from the living and dining areas, giving you the option of dining alfresco throughout much of the year.
Other amenities include a fully equipped laundry room, custom soaps and bath supplies, satellite television, free WiFi, soft Frette linens, comfy bathrobes and plentiful pillows; parking for two cars is included as well.
At Residence Four East, you are placing yourself in the perfect spot to access all that Santa Fe has to offer, with the minimum of effort. High above the city, close to all it has to offer, you are less than a block from the Plaza, Palace of the Governors/New Mexico History Museum, O'Keeffe Museum, New Mexico Museum of Art and the Convention Center, as well as several exceptional restaurants, plus churches and other sites of interest, and dining and shopping options galore.
The Lincoln provides the perfect in-town base for your exploration of this unique environment, and a retreat to savor the experiences at day's end. Residence Four East is excellent for two or three couples or a family gathering at any time of year.
Amenities: Child Friendly, Fireplaces, Kitchenettes, Outdoor Dining, Pet Friendly, WiFi.
Visiting Santa Fe > Galleries > Contemporary
Antonio Darden is an artist who has been studying and practicing art since the early age of 10. His mother saw his ability and encouraged this with How to Draw books.
Antonio graduated to charcoal, then pastel. Being an educator of Hair color, Antonio knew his art needed to be expressed with color. To further his expression in watercolor, Antonio has taken Santa Fe Community College art classes including color theory and advanced color theory and design. Antonio has also studied with various watercolor masters, artists he admires. His love and passion for capturing a moment can be seen throughout his work.
Antonio travels around the world and the country, exploring new sites that has inspired diverse subjects. His recent travels to Cuba and Mexico have inspired a new body of work.
Visiting Santa Fe > Museums
Opened by members of New Mexico's National Guard, the museum displays the history of the Bataan Death March, a World War II tragedy in the Philippine Islands that had a significantly harsh impact on New Mexico. The brave Bataan Veterans’ valiant last stand in the Philippines and their survival as POWs is acknowledged in moving displays.
In addition, the museum portrays the history of the New Mexico military, from the Spanish Conquest to the Civil War to both World Wars, Vietnam, and to the present-day Middle East conflicts. The museum is housed in the original Armory where the regiment was processed for service in 1941.
Admission is free, donations are requested.
Visiting Santa Fe > Performing Arts > Music
Founded in 1982 by Larry Bandfield, the Santa Fe Desert Chorale is one of the longest continually performing professional music organizations in New Mexico, as well as one of the most distinguished. The Chorale was a recipient of the 2006 Mayor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts and in 2016 was named the “Best Choral Group of Santa Fe” by the Santa Fe Reporter. Scott Cantrell of The Dallas Morning News characterized the Chorale as presenting “stunning singing…incredible power.”
Now entering his ninth season as Music Director, Joshua Habermann leads the 24-voice professional Chorale in repertoire spanning seven centuries, from medieval polyphony to contemporary works. The composition of the Chorale is truly national in scope and the ensemble is recognized among the finest American chamber choirs.
Throughout its history, the Chorale has maintained a commitment to give voice to music from Hispanic and Native American communities. Dedicated to advancing the composers of our time, the Chorale has commissioned twenty-two works by eighteen composers; three quarters of the composers commissioned have been American. In addition, another seven works have been given their world or American premieres by the Santa Fe Desert Chorale. The ensemble performs at historical sites in Santa Fe such as the Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis and the Loretto Chapel, as well as other venues throughout the Southwest. A recent highlight was an invitational appearance at the 2015 American Choral Directors Association National Conference in Utah which was later broadcast by Minnesota Public Radio.
The Santa Fe Desert Chorale presents both summer and winter festivals of concerts featuring a wide range of literature from around the world. The 2017 Summer Festival Season will take place from July 19 through August 13, 2017. The 2017 Winter Festival Season, “Home for the Holidays,” is scheduled from December 16 to December 23, 2017 with performances in Albuquerque, Los Alamos and Santa Fe.
The Desert Chorale prides itself on its strong relationships within the community of Northern New Mexico, and enjoys collaborations with Creativity for Peace, the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, New Mexico History Museum, NDI-NM, Performance Santa Fe, Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, Santa Fe Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, Santa Fe Pro Musica, and The Santa Fe Opera among others. Community engagement is an integral part of the Desert Chorale’s mission.
Amenities: Live Music.
Visiting Santa Fe > Specials
Downtown Luxury 3 Bed/3 Bath Home
Inside, the main floor comprises 1800 square feet of carefully maintained and newly updated space. The Craftsmanstyle trim has been preserved, ceilings are high and the home benefits from many windows along the southern exposure, providing abundant natural light to the open and airy kitchen, dining and living spaces. The home easily sleeps six, having three bedrooms each with a queen bed and colorful ensuite bathrooms. The master has its own large private living room as well. Each room has been individually decorated with quality furnishings, lending unique appeal and character to the overall interior-design scheme. The living room is large, light and comfortably furnished, with a woodburning fireplace and traditional high, viga-beamed ceiling. The Adobe Abode Casita received some recent loving care you will enjoy. All of the oak floors were refinished in January of 2016, and much of the interior woodwork as well. The kitchen was also renovated with new cabinets, lights, granite countertops and top-end stainless steel appliances ... a joy for the family chef! The table in the spacious dining area is capable of seating 8 with ease, more if needed, so invite your new Santa Fe friends to join you in this special place. Other amenities include a fully equipped laundry facility, custom soaps and bath supplies, satellite television, soft linens, comfy bathrobes and plentiful pillows, and private offstreet parking.
A little history: This building was constructed as the 1800s rolled into the 1900s, serving first as the cornerstone of a row of officers' quarters for Fort Marcy, a few blocks away. The original river stone foundation and wall remain solid to this day. The fort eventually was deemed unnecessary, and the home transitioned to residential use and then was a thriving bed and breakfast for many years. At the Adobe Abode, you are placing yourself in the perfect spot to access all that Santa Fe has to offer, with the minimum of effort. Although set in a quiet neighborhood of small shops and homes, you are only a block from the O'Keeffe Museum and the Convention Center, as well as several exceptional restaurants, and only three blocks downtown Santa Fe Plaza plus multiple museums, churches, and other sites of interest, as well as more dining and shopping options galore.
The current owners decided to turn it back into a home for you, right in the heart of the historic McKenzie-Staab neighborhood. Yes, the Adobe Abode provides the perfect in-town base for your exploration of this unique environment, and a retreat to savor the experiences at day's end. Excellent for two to three couples or a family gathering at any time of year.
Amenities: Child Friendly, Fireplaces, Kitchenettes, Pet Friendly, WiFi.
Customized Tours and Excursions in New Mexico and throughout the American West. We gladly serve people of all faiths and sexual orientations. Travelers who are seeking a high degree of service are guided through the attractions, arts and special architecture of Santa Fe on some unique explorations. A personal shopper can guide you to the exceptional variety of boutiques, galleries and second-hand stores.
Our journeys can bring out the natural wonders, the richness of Native cultures, the Hispanic heritage, the Old West atmosphere, and the history of archaeological sites.
International travelers can ask for Italian, French, English, and Spanish guides.
The new "Adventures with an Expert" is about short hiking excursions in stunningly beautiful natural and cultural areas including the newly designated El Rio Grande del Norte National Monument. The cultural history of the area combines with rare wildlife and unmatched landscapes that make this adventure a gem you won't want to miss. Creative one and two days agritourism experiences are now available.
We also create unique and intimate special events for corporate programs and incentive trips highly sophisticated and out-of-the-ordinary wedding ceremonies, receptions and honeymoons.
Visiting Santa Fe > Things to Do > Historic Sites
National Park in Pecos, NM that interprets the Pecos pueblo, Spanish explorers, the Santa Fe Trail, New Mexico ranching, Route 66, and the Civil War Battle of Glorieta.
Fee-free! Amenities: Child Friendly, Pet Friendly.
The Historic Santa Fe Foundation, established in 1961, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving, protecting and promoting the historic properties and diverse cultural heritage of the Santa Fe area and to educating the public about Santa Fe's history and the importance of preservation. Amenities: Meeting Facilities.
San Miguel Mission
This Spanish Colonial mission church is considered to be the country's oldest church. Built by Tlaxcala Indians between 1610 and 1628 as part of the Barrio de Analca, it was damaged by fire during the Pueblo Revolt of 1680 and partially rebuilt in 1710 following the Spanish reconquest of Santa Fe. The interior is steeped in history, with a late 18th-century altar screen, a carved wooden statue of St. Michael brought from Mexico in 1709 and portions of the original foundations visible beneath the existing floor.
Best known for mesas, sheer-walled canyons, and the Ancestral Pueblo dwellings found among them, Bandelier also includes over 23,000 acres of designated Wilderness. It was named for Adolph Bandelier, a 19th-century anthropologist. Proclaimed on February 11, 1916. Acreage: 32,737, all federal. Wilderness area: 23,267 Amenities: Child Friendly.
The crowning achievement of Archbishop Lamy's church construction in New Mexico, the Saint Francis Cathedral was built between 1869 and 1886 and designed in the French Romanesque Revival style. Although its design contrasts the surrounding adobe buildings, the cathedral remains one of Santa Fe's most celebrated landmarks. Built on the site of a church that was destroyed during the Pueblo Revolt of 1680 and replacing a later adobe church called La Parroquia, the Saint Francis Cathedral was created with stone from local quarries. Portions of La Parroquia remain in the form of the Chapel of Our Lady of the Rosary, which houses a wooden statue of the Virgin known as Our Lady of Peace. The statue was first brought to Santa Fe in 1625 and was returned to the city by the armies of Don Diego de Vargas during the re-conquest of 1692. In 2005, Pope Benedict XVI officially elevated the church to the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi.
This non-circulating, closed-stack research facility is part of the Palace of the Governors and provides an excellent collection of historical material relating to the history of New Mexico, the Southwest and meso-America from pre-European contact to the present. It also houses the Photo Archives of the Palace of the Governors
, where more than 750,000 historic photos, negatives, slides and other visual records document New Mexico's history as well as the history of Latin America, Europe, Oceana, the Far East and the Middle East.
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.
Located just south of Santa Fe, Madrid, NM 87010
Madrid, a booming coal town from the late 19th century to the mid-20th century, was on the verge of extinction when artists infused new life in the 1970s.
Located 23 miles south of Santa Fe on State Highway 14, known as the Turquoise Trail, Madrid today is a thriving town of galleries, shops, studios and eateries. There's an annual blues festival in May and a traditional Christmas outdoor light display that dates from its mining days. Visit the Old Coal Mine Museum to learn more about Madrid's mining era.
Village of Cerrillos
South of Santa Fe, Cerrillos, NM 87010
Cerrillos, which originated in the 1870s as a bustling gold and silver mining town, is now a quiet, tree-lined village with a population of 200, located 20 miles south of Santa Fe on State Highway 14, known as the Turquoise Trail. Centuries before gold and silver was extracted from the surrounding hills, Native Americans and Spanish settlers mined the area for turquoise.
Today, historic adobe and western buildings line the dirt streets, including a bar and grocery, old opera house and St. Joseph's Church. Visit the Mining Museum, Cerrillos Cultural Center and Petting Zoo. Enjoy a self-guided walking tour around the village with the aid of signs posted on many of the buildings, revealing the rich history of Cerrillos, which is Spanish for "little hills."
Visiting Santa Fe > Things to Do > Tours > Art
Our staff and contractors leverage years of curatorial, arts administration, gallery, arts advocacy, design, and tourism experience to provide focused and useful services to collectors, artists, and organizations.
We organize and lead memorable tours of artist's studios and cultural sites; we document and archive collections; we present exhibitions and events; we design and create custom products and websites.
We are committed to providing our clients with personal and professional service - on schedule and within budget!
Visiting Santa Fe > Things to Do > Tours > Historic
The VIP Tours Inc. has introduced VIP Tours The App which is a geo-locator application for multimedia devices this month that can instantly delivers a clear path through the city of Santa Fe, getting you to top destinations for historic sites.
Now you have the power to tour Santa Fe at your own pace and leisure with The VIP Tours App which will GPS you to historic sites in real time. Once you arrive to your historical marker, activate the app by pressing play and you can enjoy the historic images & listen to audio about the history of each stop on your device or read the story if you are hearing impaired. VIP Tours The App is the perfect tool for the independent traveler, student, or local explorer. Also, there are incentives to businesses around Santa Fe.
DOWNLOAD TODAY ~ VIP TOURS SANTA FE HISTORY APP
The Santa Fe VIP also offers exclusive private and public group tours downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico
Call today 505-577-6969
Amenities: Cocktail Lounge, Entertainment, Live Music, Restaurant.
Visiting Santa Fe > Things to Do > Tours > Outdoor
We have more than 25 years experience providing customized authentic adventure experiences to both well-known destinations and way off the beaten track attractions. Really get to know the region traveling in one of our luxury 4-wheel drive vehicles as you visit Indian pueblos, Hispanic villages, Taos and the O’Keeffe Country, artist studios, historic sites, mountain ranges, the High Plains, canyons and more. Tell us your interests and we will design a trip to match! Our friendly, skilled guides bring in-depth historical, cultural and environmental knowledge of these unique destinations. Discover fresh perspectives of our enchanting land and people. Outings for individuals or small groups reveal the incredibly rich history, arts, culture and natural heritage of the region. Travel photography workshops and other customized trips ranging from half day to multi-day expeditions spanning the American Southwest, with overnight accommodations in boutique lodging, are also available. Come and explore New Mexico and beyond with Southwest Odyssey Tours!
Amenities: Child Friendly.
If you're the type of person who likes to have truly extraordinary experiences while traveling, to seek out adventures, people, and places the vast majority of travelers will never see... the we have a tour for you!
As Santa Fe Experts and storyteller guides, we love our city and take great pride in showcasing our favorite gems and delving deep into the culture, arts, history, and spirit of Santa Fe. We aim to share our extensive knowledge and expertise with you! See the sites, learn the history, & make memories. Enjoy your ride!
Routes Bicycle Tours is a family-owned tour operator located in the Historic Santa Fe Plaza, and headquartered in the Old Town district of Albuquerque, New Mexico USA with a focus on providing unique, sustainable experiences and products for our patrons.
Routes features full-service bicycle tours (and rentals in Albuquerque) accompanied by custom maps and concierge-level service. Whether you are a visitor to Santa Fe or a local, the goal of our staff is to serve as an invaluable resource for all events, locations, secret gems, and things Santa Fe / New Mexico.
We love and support our unique community, and are excited to share the best of Santa Fe with you.
Amenities: Entertainment, Fitness, Child Friendly.
Visiting Santa Fe > Weddings > Venues
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.
Our location brings you the best of two unique settings.
Just sixteen miles south of Santa Fe and a half mile north of Cerrillos village, the park offers visitors an escape to a quieter time and wilder place. Our trail network leads you past historic mine sites giving you a peek at the natural and cultural history behind the settlement of New Mexico. Guided hikes or interpretive programs every week. Entry is just $5 per vehicle.
What's Happening > Museum Shows
New Mexico History Museum
WHEN: June 23 through December 1, 2017
As Syria’s ongoing civil war, staggering death toll, and displacement of thousands of refugees threatens to destroy Syrian culture, the Palace of the Governors displays seven albums of 642 photographs of historic sites in Syria taken between 1899 and 1909 during three separate expeditions to Syria.
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Santa Fe Plaza
100 Old Santa Fe Trail.
Bordered by San Francisco Street and Washington, Palace and Lincoln avenues, Santa Fe, NM 87501
The heart of downtown Santa Fe for nearly 400 years, the Plaza remains the central part of the city, hosting Indian and Spanish markets and other annual events as well as community gatherings, concerts and more.
The U.S. Courthouse had its beginnings as the proposed territorial capitol for New Mexico. In 1848 under the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, Mexico ceded what is now New Mexico, Arizona, California, Texas, and portions of Colorado, Utah and Nevada, to the United States. The New Mexico territorial government was established two years later. In 1851 Congress appropriated ＄20,000 and in 1854 an additional ＄50,000 to construct a "state house" on what is now Federal Plaza.