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Calendar > Family Activities
Lace up your running shoes for this annual tribute to the Pueblo Revolt of 1680, in which runners carried messages between Pueblo communities. A 10K, 5K, kids' 1K and walk let participants pay homage to the Revolt while competing for medals.
Calendar > Native American
A feast for the eyes in the middle of Winter. Join the San Ildefonso community for a day of dances, including Comanche, Buffalo and Deer Dance at the plaza. Visit a Pueblo home and warm up with a variety of Pueblo stews and baked goods.
Easter Sunday Pueblo Dances
Easter Sunday is a big day for Pueblo dances and feasting throughout New Mexico. Call the Pueblo where you would like to visit, and ask about their schedule and type of dances that will be held. Each year is different.
Pueblo Candelaria Day Feast and Dances
Candelaria Day Feast Day is celebrated both at Picuris Pueblo and San Felipe Pueblo with Native dances. The holiday commemorates Mary's visit to the Temple in Jerusalem 40 days after the birth of Christ.
Kings Day, Celebrating New Tribal Officials
Kings Day ushers in the New Year with honoring newly elected and appointed Pueblo Tribal Officials. Various dances take place at the center Pueblo plaza and at the officials homes. An exciting day and an honor to attend! Open to the public.
Christmas Day Pueblo Celebrations and Dances
The Christmas celebrations at the Pueblos continue through Christmas Day and for days afterward. Contact local Pueblos for schedules and information. A beautiful time to visit a Pueblo during this festive holiday season--warm and inviting in Winter!
San Felipe Pueblo Annual Feast Day and Dances
The annual San Felipe Pueblo Annual Feast Day occurs at the traditional time of planting for the growing season, and often includes Corn Dance. Easily accessible off of I-25 between Santa Fe and Albuquerque. Hundreds of dancers and visitors.
Ancestral Puebloan people were farmers, and the farming tradition continues today at Taos Pueblo, where preparation for planting season is celebrated with the annual Blessing of the Fields feast and dances. Make it a day trip from Santa Fe and enjoy!
Visiting Santa Fe > Galleries > Antiques
Adobe Gallery's beautiful walk-in gallery is located at the beginning of historic Canyon Road in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Our staff is professional and knowledgeable in contemporary and historic Southwest Indian Pueblo Pottery and Native American Paintings from numerous New Mexico Pueblos and other Southwestern Native American Nations. Amenities: Fireplaces, WiFi.
Visiting Santa Fe > Galleries > Native American Art
Than Povi At Cottonwood Trading Post - San Ildefonso Pueblo.
Native American Owned Gallery, featuring over 100 New Mexico Native American Artists.
Pottery, Jewelry and much more.
Tours also available.
www.thanpovi.com - 505.455.9988
We offer museum-quality artworks that reflect the best of native Indian culture and history in the Southwest," states Steve Elmore. The gallery presents an outstanding selection of traditional historic Pueblo pottery from 1860-1970 and features pieces by well-known matriarchs, which include Maria Martinez, Lucy Lewis, Margaret Tafoya, Nampeyo, as well as many others. Old Navajo rugs, pawn jewelry, Kachinas, baskets, numerous Hopi items, antique photographs and Pueblo paintings.
Visiting Santa Fe > Galleries > Traditional
Lyn A. Fox Fine Pueblo Pottery specializes in fine examples of historic pottery from the pueblos of northern New Mexico with particular emphasis on historical pieces created at the beginning of the tourist market, especially utilitarian pottery with beautiful patterns of wear from home use. With an eye beyond the aesthetic, Lyn Fox aims to introduce collectors to the rich histories and love behind the pieces.
Visiting Santa Fe > Museums
Learn about the art and culture of New Mexico's Pueblo people at Poeh Center, established by the Pojoaque Pueblo's Tribal Council to preserve and revitalize Pueblo communities of the northern Rio Grande Valley. Amenities: Child Friendly.
Visiting Santa Fe > Must-See Events > January
WHEN: Seasonal throughout the year
New Mexico is home to 19 pueblos, including the Eight Northern Indian Pueblos located north of Santa Fe. One of the top reasons many people visit Santa Fe is to respectfully attend a Native American celebration and learn more about this important part of our culture here. View the schedule of Pueblo Feast Days and Tribal Celebrations
and see when they may be open to visitors.
Visiting Santa Fe > Spa
Climb the winding stairs, carrying yourself far away from the noise and motion of everyday life, you’ll find yourself in a sea of tranquility, a sanctuary for body and mind—this is Wo’ P’in Spa.
Each luxurious experience draws on world inspired spa therapies and natural, indigenous healing elements to influence your serenity, health, and balance. Each treatment reflects the deep roots of the Pueblo heritage and embodies the essences of the Pojoaque philosophy.
Visiting Santa Fe > Specials
Voted "Guest Favorite b&b" 3 yrs consecutively from over 2800 properties in USA and Canada! Secluded, historic pueblo-style adobe bed and breakfast quietly nestled in prime downtown Santa Fe- walk to Capitol, plaza, museums, restaurants. Exquisitely preserved original architecture inside and out! Built in 1860- grounds boast shady courtyards; the original Indian bread orno, servants quarters, stables and circuit judge's home. 2ft thick adobe encases guests in any of our 18 private guest rooms- each with full bath, wood burning kiva fireplace, flat screen tv, air conditioning and more! The Best Red Chile pork breakfast tamales and green chile stew served daily on our NM breakfast buffet. Afternoon cookies and all day welcome drinks for guests. On-site FREE parking ($35/day saving). Santa Fe's most popular b&b owned/ operated same innkeepers-for 32 years who truely enjoy serving visitors to Santa Fe. Don't stay in Santa Fe- Experience it in our traditional, historic, architecturally preserved Pueblo Bonito b&b inn! AFFORDABLE, PARKING, WIFI, AIR CONDITIONED, MEMORABLE!
Amenities: Child Friendly, Fireplaces, Kitchenettes, Meeting Facilities, Outdoor Dining, WiFi.
Casa Elegante at El Corazon de Santa Fe, located directly across the street from the New Convention Center & Visitors Bureau features an underground private parking garage in downtown's newest gated luxury condominium complex. This ground floor property has 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, the master suite has a whirlpool tub and separate shower and a top of the line Simmons King bed. The second bedroom has a Queen bed and a full bathroom. A gourmet kitchen with stainless appliances and granite counters awaits should you not choose to dine in one of the renowned Santa Fe restaurants. A Kiva fireplace, viga beamed ceiling, authentic Oriental rugs and original artwork are features in the comfortable living and dining area.
Travertine floors are in all but the bedrooms which are carpeted. Colorful tiled headboards make this a unique Pueblo style. Artwork abounds in this luxuriously appointed property with over 1100 square feet of charm. This traditionally styled Santa Fe Pueblo architecture is located only 3 blocks from the historic Plaza and also 3 blocks from the Georgia O'Keefe Museum.
Less than 3 blocks to the Newly opened New Mexico History Museum.
Amenities: Fireplaces, Kitchenettes.
"Casas de Guadalupe" is nestled in the historic downtown area, just a short walk from the famous Plaza and the art galleries of Canyon Road. There's easy access to the Santa Fe Ski Basin, Santa Fe Opera, and Taos Pueblo. You'll love the eclectic Guadalupe Shopping District just minutes away.
Our authentic adobe casitas are charmingly decorated,with saltillo tile and hard troll plaster walls. Most have a kiva woodburning fireplace (wood supplied) and some have a private patio. All feature high speed wireless internet access.
Amenities: Fireplaces, Kitchenettes, Outdoor Dining, Pet Friendly.
Visiting Santa Fe > Things to Do > Historic Sites
Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument is a geologic wonder, full of towering cone-shaped tent rock formations formed after volcanic eruptions took place six to seven million years ago. Explore the contoured canyons and arroyos carved over the centuries by wind and water on a national recreational trail containing two segments. The Cave Loop Trail is an easy 1.2 mile hike. The more challenging Canyon Trail takes you 1.5 miles one-way into a narrow canyon then steeply up a 630-foot climb to the top of a mesa, with spectacular views of surrounding mountains. (Check the weather report before setting out to hike here as the canyon can flash flood and lightning can strike the ridges.) This is also a wonderful spot for viewing wildlife.
Take I-25 south to exit 264 for Cochiti Pueblo and onto NM 16. Turn right onto NM 22 and follow signs for Cochiti Pueblo and the national monument.
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.
Visiting Santa Fe > Things to Do > Road Trips > Fascinating New Mexico Excursions
Travel the New Mexico Fiber Arts Trails, three fascinating self-guided driving tours along scenic rural roads that reveal New Mexico's rich heritage of fiber arts. Whether you drive the Northwest, North Central, or Southern loops, you'll encounter vibrant communities of traditional and contemporary weavers, quilters, knitters, basket makers and other fiber artists.
Visit a community of Navajo weavers and several trading posts on the Northwest Loop and buy high quality handwoven Navajo rugs. On the North Central loop, learn about embroidered manta cloth and other Pueblo fiber arts at Santa Clara Pueblo and visit the Española Valley Fiber Arts Center, a thriving nonprofit supporting more than 400 artists and entrepreneurs. On the Southern loop, visit museums exhibiting fiber arts and, in Silver, City, The Common Thread, home to the Southwest Women's Fiber Arts Collective.
This is just a small taste of what you'll encounter on New Mexico Fiber Arts Trails, a project of New Mexico Arts. The journeys feature more than 200 fiber artists at more than 70 locations. Click on the link above to download the New Mexico Fiber Arts Trails guide.
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.
New Mexico is the oldest wine-producing region in the country. Spanish missionaries brought the first grape vines here when they journeyed to an Indian pueblo near Socorro nearly 400 years ago and began making sacrificial wine for religious ceremonies. The tradition continues today, with more than two dozen winemakers across the state producing an impressive variety of wine using grapes that thrive beneath New Mexico's famous turquoise skies. You can sample these award-winning wines in tasting rooms around the state and at annual festivals and other events. Click on the above web link for driving maps, tasting room and winery locations, and more information.
Visiting Santa Fe > Things to Do > Tours > Historic
Join Santa Fe Mountain Adventures on a Downtown Walkabout, a historic walking tour that will introduce you to our beautiful capital’s most historic district, oldest adobe buildings, and religious landmarks with admission to select sites. We also offer cultural tours beyond Santa Fe to Bandelier, Puye Cliffs, Pecos Ruins, Chaco Canyon and the Salinas Pueblo Missions. Let's go Walkabout!
What's Happening > Events
WHEN: Seasonal throughout the year
New Mexico is home to 19 pueblos, including the Eight Northern Indian Pueblos located north of Santa Fe. One of the top reasons many people visit Santa Fe is to respectfully attend a Native American celebration and learn more about this important part of our culture. View the schedule of Pueblo Feast Days and Tribal Celebrations and see when you want to plan your visit.