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Recuerdos from a Forgotten War
Fri, Apr 13, 2018 thru Sun, May 6, 2018
ongoing 11:59 PM - 11:59 PM
Location: Various Locations

Geoffrey Gorman's installation poses the intriguing question, "What would happen if dogs were soldiers?" Gorman imagined blown up animals and their fragmented parts collected from the battlefield, mummified and turned into jeweled relics. Free, 505-670-5854, axleart.com.

See website for daily times and locations. visit our website
City Tours
Wed, Apr 25 onetime 11:59 PM
Location: Various Locations

City Tours—choose a time, date and tour company of your choice:
(These companies are not affiliated and offer separate tour packages.
Call ahead to check seasonal scheduling/availability.)

HISTORIC WALKS OF SANTA FE Eldorado Hotel & Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St. La Posada Hotel, 330 E. Palace Ave., and Plaza Galeria, 66 E. San Francisco St.
Presented by Historic Walks of Santa Fe and featured on Good Morning America, these historic/cultural tours are led by professional museum guides who provide commentary on the rich history, cultures, architecture, and art of Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico. Visit the most historic sites including St. Francis Cathedral, Loretto Chapel and the State Capitol. DAILY departures: 9:30 am from the Eldorado Hotel, 9:30 am from La Posada, and 10:00 am from the Plaza Galeria.

NOTE: Historic/Cultural Tours offered on Friday, Saturday & Sunday @ 9:30 am ONLY departing from the Eldorado Hotel Lobby in January/February.

Eldorado Tours depart from Eldorado Hotel at 9:30am & 1:30pm, from the Hilton Santa Fe at 9:35am & 1:35pm, and from St. Francis Hotel at 9:45am & 1:45pm. Tickets: $14 per person; for more information, call 505-986-8388 or visit www.historicwalksofsantafe.com.

SANTA FE DISCOVERY WALKING TOUR Walking Tours of Santa Fe, the best way to get acquainted with "The City Different," daily at 10 am, meet in the La Fonda Hotel lobby. 90 min walk around downtown historical sites, including several historical buildings, information on culture, cuisine, shopping and history. NOTE: tours not conducted on Tuesdays and Thursdays during winter months Dec-Feb. $14, child under 12 free with adult. No reservation needed. Call 505-983-7774 or 505-470-6896 for more information. Also ask about Ghost Tours and Chocolate Tours by the Veterans Guide Guild.

A WELL-BORN GUIDE/HAVE PH.D., WILL TRAVEL: Various Tours Experience unique, entertaining and informative tours with a local professional historian. Regularly scheduled and custom tour experiences. Step-on guide services.

Ghost Tour Sundays & Thursdays;
Artists and Acequias Mondays;
Bread 'n' Chocolate Tuesdays & Fridays;
Fun, Games 'n' History in Cemeteries Wednesdays;
Bars and Brothels Wednesdays and Saturdays;
Jewish Legacy Thursdays;
Women's History Thursdays.

Stefanie Beninato
PO Box 1601
Santa Fe, NM 87504
505-988-8022
info@swguides.com
www.swguides.com

“If the name doesn't draw you in, the tours will.”—Lonely Planet

NEW MEXICO MUSEUM OF ART The museum offers art walking tours of Santa Fe April - November (weather permitting). Guided by one of our docents, the tours highlight the art and architectural history of downtown Santa Fe. Tours leave at 10:00 a.m. on Mondays from the gift shop steps of the New Mexico Museum of Art, 107 West Palace Avenue, on the Plaza in Santa Fe. From June-August, we also offer tours on Fridays at 10:00 a.m.

Cost: $10 per person, children 18 and under free. Proceeds support education programs at the New Mexico Museum of Art.
www.nmartmuseum.org

NEW MEXICO HISTORY MUSEUM Ever wonder why there's an obelisk in the middle of the Santa Fe Plaza? Have you noticed the gargoyles on top of the Catron Building? Where was the gambling hall? Which tucked-away building held a Manhattan Project secret?

Find out by taking a Downtown Walking Tour led by New Mexico History Museum/Palace of the Governors guides. The tours are held April 13 through Oct. 17, Monday-Saturday, beginning at 10:15 a.m. No tours on Sundays. Gather at the Palace Courtyard's Blue Gate just south of the History Museum entrance at 113 Lincoln Ave. Cost is $10. Children 16 and under are free when accompanied by an adult. Museum guides do not accept tips. (No tours are offered on the Saturdays when large events are held on the Plaza, such as Spanish Market and Santa Fe Fiesta.)

Each tour lasts about 2 hours and features a leisurely pace with plenty of opportunities to ask questions. Enjoy stories of the people and events that have made Santa Fe a world-class tourist destination. Los Compadres del Palacio, a support group of the New Mexico History Museum, operates the program with guides who are trained in Santa Fe history. (Many are also guides at the History Museum and Palace of the Governors.) Proceeds from the tours benefit the museum's programs and events.

Special group tours can be arranged by calling (505) 476-5200.
www.nmhistorymuseum.org

THE ORIGINAL SANTA FE GHOST TOUR Ghost Tour: Stories of Santa Fe's ghosts of the Plaza area by a guide who has been spooking about for 23 years. By reservation: 605-983-7774

"My name is Peter Sinclaire, and I have been doing this ghost walk since 1993. I have interacted with over 2000 ghostwalkers, so on the tour you'll also hear about the experiences of tour participants with Santa Fe's spirits. My weekly tour departs Hotel St. Francis Saturday evenings---$14 per person. Now offered March to November on Friday eves from La Fonda Hotel. Want a private ghost walk? Custom tours for groups any dayǃ Take a walk on the Spirit Side. How about a MegaGhost Tour with over 20 different ghosts in about 3 hours? Please call for details: 505-983-7774."

theoriginalsantafeghosttour.weebly.com

SANTA FE ART TOURS Canyon Road Quickie: Explore Santa Fe's famous Canyon Road on this short and sweet conversational walking tour, every Friday at 2 pm.

SF Art tours also gives themed tours on semi-regular and one-time bases; please contact for information: 505-985-528, santafearttours.com.

Find other tours around Santa Fe at SantaFe.org.
Native American Ruins - Pecos
Wed, Apr 25, 2018 thru Mon, Dec 31, 2018
onetime 9 AM - 12 PM
Location: Various Locations

Visit Pecos National Historical Park and learn about the rich heritage of the Native Americans as well as the strong influence of the Spanish culture in Northern New Mexico. Walk along the ruins and immerse yourself in NM's history and landscapes. visit our website
Santa Fe Art Tours – Canyon Road Quickie
Wed, Apr 25, 2018 thru Sat, Dec 29, 2018
onetime 10 AM - 5 PM
Location: Various Locations

Delve into art on our interactive gallery tour. Explore Canyon Road's compelling art spaces, actively engage with the work on view, & meet local personalities along the way. Oh – and get your camera ready: Canyon Road is quintessentially Santa Feǃ visit our website
A Matter of Taste – Art & Chocolate Tour
Wed, Apr 25, 2018 thru Mon, Dec 31, 2018
onetime 10 AM - 5 PM
Location: Various Locations

Delve into art on this 2-hour interactive walking tour of landmark Santa Fe art galleries. Engage your senses & get a fresh perspective on Santa Fe's creative scene. We'll conclude the experience with a tantalizing chocolate elixir tasting. Yumǃ visit our website
Historic Chili Line
Wed, Apr 25, 2018 thru Mon, Dec 31, 2018
onetime 3 PM - 5 PM
Location: Various Locations

Our 2 hour Historic Chili Line tour will take you out to Diablo Canyon, near the Rio Grande River, in our Pinzgauer. Learn about the Denver & Rio Grande Western's so-called "Chili Line", a narrow gauge railroad that ran from Santa Fe to southern CO. visit our website
City Tours
Thu, Apr 26 onetime 11:59 PM
Location: Various Locations

City Tours—choose a time, date and tour company of your choice:
(These companies are not affiliated and offer separate tour packages.
Call ahead to check seasonal scheduling/availability.)

HISTORIC WALKS OF SANTA FE Eldorado Hotel & Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St. La Posada Hotel, 330 E. Palace Ave., and Plaza Galeria, 66 E. San Francisco St.
Presented by Historic Walks of Santa Fe and featured on Good Morning America, these historic/cultural tours are led by professional museum guides who provide commentary on the rich history, cultures, architecture, and art of Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico. Visit the most historic sites including St. Francis Cathedral, Loretto Chapel and the State Capitol. DAILY departures: 9:30 am from the Eldorado Hotel, 9:30 am from La Posada, and 10:00 am from the Plaza Galeria.

NOTE: Historic/Cultural Tours offered on Friday, Saturday & Sunday @ 9:30 am ONLY departing from the Eldorado Hotel Lobby in January/February.

Eldorado Tours depart from Eldorado Hotel at 9:30am & 1:30pm, from the Hilton Santa Fe at 9:35am & 1:35pm, and from St. Francis Hotel at 9:45am & 1:45pm. Tickets: $14 per person; for more information, call 505-986-8388 or visit www.historicwalksofsantafe.com.

SANTA FE DISCOVERY WALKING TOUR Walking Tours of Santa Fe, the best way to get acquainted with "The City Different," daily at 10 am, meet in the La Fonda Hotel lobby. 90 min walk around downtown historical sites, including several historical buildings, information on culture, cuisine, shopping and history. NOTE: tours not conducted on Tuesdays and Thursdays during winter months Dec-Feb. $14, child under 12 free with adult. No reservation needed. Call 505-983-7774 or 505-470-6896 for more information. Also ask about Ghost Tours and Chocolate Tours by the Veterans Guide Guild.

A WELL-BORN GUIDE/HAVE PH.D., WILL TRAVEL: Various Tours Experience unique, entertaining and informative tours with a local professional historian. Regularly scheduled and custom tour experiences. Step-on guide services.

Ghost Tour Sundays & Thursdays;
Artists and Acequias Mondays;
Bread 'n' Chocolate Tuesdays & Fridays;
Fun, Games 'n' History in Cemeteries Wednesdays;
Bars and Brothels Wednesdays and Saturdays;
Jewish Legacy Thursdays;
Women's History Thursdays.

Stefanie Beninato
PO Box 1601
Santa Fe, NM 87504
505-988-8022
info@swguides.com
www.swguides.com

“If the name doesn't draw you in, the tours will.”—Lonely Planet

NEW MEXICO MUSEUM OF ART The museum offers art walking tours of Santa Fe April - November (weather permitting). Guided by one of our docents, the tours highlight the art and architectural history of downtown Santa Fe. Tours leave at 10:00 a.m. on Mondays from the gift shop steps of the New Mexico Museum of Art, 107 West Palace Avenue, on the Plaza in Santa Fe. From June-August, we also offer tours on Fridays at 10:00 a.m.

Cost: $10 per person, children 18 and under free. Proceeds support education programs at the New Mexico Museum of Art.
www.nmartmuseum.org

NEW MEXICO HISTORY MUSEUM Ever wonder why there's an obelisk in the middle of the Santa Fe Plaza? Have you noticed the gargoyles on top of the Catron Building? Where was the gambling hall? Which tucked-away building held a Manhattan Project secret?

Find out by taking a Downtown Walking Tour led by New Mexico History Museum/Palace of the Governors guides. The tours are held April 13 through Oct. 17, Monday-Saturday, beginning at 10:15 a.m. No tours on Sundays. Gather at the Palace Courtyard's Blue Gate just south of the History Museum entrance at 113 Lincoln Ave. Cost is $10. Children 16 and under are free when accompanied by an adult. Museum guides do not accept tips. (No tours are offered on the Saturdays when large events are held on the Plaza, such as Spanish Market and Santa Fe Fiesta.)

Each tour lasts about 2 hours and features a leisurely pace with plenty of opportunities to ask questions. Enjoy stories of the people and events that have made Santa Fe a world-class tourist destination. Los Compadres del Palacio, a support group of the New Mexico History Museum, operates the program with guides who are trained in Santa Fe history. (Many are also guides at the History Museum and Palace of the Governors.) Proceeds from the tours benefit the museum's programs and events.

Special group tours can be arranged by calling (505) 476-5200.
www.nmhistorymuseum.org

THE ORIGINAL SANTA FE GHOST TOUR Ghost Tour: Stories of Santa Fe's ghosts of the Plaza area by a guide who has been spooking about for 23 years. By reservation: 605-983-7774

"My name is Peter Sinclaire, and I have been doing this ghost walk since 1993. I have interacted with over 2000 ghostwalkers, so on the tour you'll also hear about the experiences of tour participants with Santa Fe's spirits. My weekly tour departs Hotel St. Francis Saturday evenings---$14 per person. Now offered March to November on Friday eves from La Fonda Hotel. Want a private ghost walk? Custom tours for groups any dayǃ Take a walk on the Spirit Side. How about a MegaGhost Tour with over 20 different ghosts in about 3 hours? Please call for details: 505-983-7774."

theoriginalsantafeghosttour.weebly.com

SANTA FE ART TOURS Canyon Road Quickie: Explore Santa Fe's famous Canyon Road on this short and sweet conversational walking tour, every Friday at 2 pm.

SF Art tours also gives themed tours on semi-regular and one-time bases; please contact for information: 505-985-528, santafearttours.com.

Find other tours around Santa Fe at SantaFe.org.
Santa Fe Art Tours
Thu, Apr 26 ongoing 10 AM - 12 PM
Location: Various Locations

Explore Santa Fe's art museums, galleries, and famous Canyon Roadǃ Through our conversational walking tours, we create fun and personal experiences with art. Our tours are participatory, intimate, and unscripted.

A Matter of Taste | Discuss what makes art "good," sample unique chocolate elixirs, let your senses collide | Thursdays,10am-12pm or by appointmentCanyon Road Quickie | A short and sweet introduction to Santa Fe's most famous thoroughfare | Fridays, 10am-12pm or by appointment

Family tours, customized tours, and artist studio visits are also available. We have fun with artǃ visit our website
City Tours
Fri, Apr 27 onetime 11:59 PM
Location: Various Locations

City Tours—choose a time, date and tour company of your choice:
(These companies are not affiliated and offer separate tour packages.
Call ahead to check seasonal scheduling/availability.)

HISTORIC WALKS OF SANTA FE Eldorado Hotel & Spa, 309 E. San Francisco St. La Posada Hotel, 330 E. Palace Ave., and Plaza Galeria, 66 E. San Francisco St.
Presented by Historic Walks of Santa Fe and featured on Good Morning America, these historic/cultural tours are led by professional museum guides who provide commentary on the rich history, cultures, architecture, and art of Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico. Visit the most historic sites including St. Francis Cathedral, Loretto Chapel and the State Capitol. DAILY departures: 9:30 am from the Eldorado Hotel, 9:30 am from La Posada, and 10:00 am from the Plaza Galeria.

NOTE: Historic/Cultural Tours offered on Friday, Saturday & Sunday @ 9:30 am ONLY departing from the Eldorado Hotel Lobby in January/February.

Eldorado Tours depart from Eldorado Hotel at 9:30am & 1:30pm, from the Hilton Santa Fe at 9:35am & 1:35pm, and from St. Francis Hotel at 9:45am & 1:45pm. Tickets: $14 per person; for more information, call 505-986-8388 or visit www.historicwalksofsantafe.com.

SANTA FE DISCOVERY WALKING TOUR Walking Tours of Santa Fe, the best way to get acquainted with "The City Different," daily at 10 am, meet in the La Fonda Hotel lobby. 90 min walk around downtown historical sites, including several historical buildings, information on culture, cuisine, shopping and history. NOTE: tours not conducted on Tuesdays and Thursdays during winter months Dec-Feb. $14, child under 12 free with adult. No reservation needed. Call 505-983-7774 or 505-470-6896 for more information. Also ask about Ghost Tours and Chocolate Tours by the Veterans Guide Guild.

A WELL-BORN GUIDE/HAVE PH.D., WILL TRAVEL: Various Tours Experience unique, entertaining and informative tours with a local professional historian. Regularly scheduled and custom tour experiences. Step-on guide services.

Ghost Tour Sundays & Thursdays;
Artists and Acequias Mondays;
Bread 'n' Chocolate Tuesdays & Fridays;
Fun, Games 'n' History in Cemeteries Wednesdays;
Bars and Brothels Wednesdays and Saturdays;
Jewish Legacy Thursdays;
Women's History Thursdays.

Stefanie Beninato
PO Box 1601
Santa Fe, NM 87504
505-988-8022
info@swguides.com
www.swguides.com

“If the name doesn't draw you in, the tours will.”—Lonely Planet

NEW MEXICO MUSEUM OF ART The museum offers art walking tours of Santa Fe April - November (weather permitting). Guided by one of our docents, the tours highlight the art and architectural history of downtown Santa Fe. Tours leave at 10:00 a.m. on Mondays from the gift shop steps of the New Mexico Museum of Art, 107 West Palace Avenue, on the Plaza in Santa Fe. From June-August, we also offer tours on Fridays at 10:00 a.m.

Cost: $10 per person, children 18 and under free. Proceeds support education programs at the New Mexico Museum of Art.
www.nmartmuseum.org

NEW MEXICO HISTORY MUSEUM Ever wonder why there's an obelisk in the middle of the Santa Fe Plaza? Have you noticed the gargoyles on top of the Catron Building? Where was the gambling hall? Which tucked-away building held a Manhattan Project secret?

Find out by taking a Downtown Walking Tour led by New Mexico History Museum/Palace of the Governors guides. The tours are held April 13 through Oct. 17, Monday-Saturday, beginning at 10:15 a.m. No tours on Sundays. Gather at the Palace Courtyard's Blue Gate just south of the History Museum entrance at 113 Lincoln Ave. Cost is $10. Children 16 and under are free when accompanied by an adult. Museum guides do not accept tips. (No tours are offered on the Saturdays when large events are held on the Plaza, such as Spanish Market and Santa Fe Fiesta.)

Each tour lasts about 2 hours and features a leisurely pace with plenty of opportunities to ask questions. Enjoy stories of the people and events that have made Santa Fe a world-class tourist destination. Los Compadres del Palacio, a support group of the New Mexico History Museum, operates the program with guides who are trained in Santa Fe history. (Many are also guides at the History Museum and Palace of the Governors.) Proceeds from the tours benefit the museum's programs and events.

Special group tours can be arranged by calling (505) 476-5200.
www.nmhistorymuseum.org

THE ORIGINAL SANTA FE GHOST TOUR Ghost Tour: Stories of Santa Fe's ghosts of the Plaza area by a guide who has been spooking about for 23 years. By reservation: 605-983-7774

"My name is Peter Sinclaire, and I have been doing this ghost walk since 1993. I have interacted with over 2000 ghostwalkers, so on the tour you'll also hear about the experiences of tour participants with Santa Fe's spirits. My weekly tour departs Hotel St. Francis Saturday evenings---$14 per person. Now offered March to November on Friday eves from La Fonda Hotel. Want a private ghost walk? Custom tours for groups any dayǃ Take a walk on the Spirit Side. How about a MegaGhost Tour with over 20 different ghosts in about 3 hours? Please call for details: 505-983-7774."

theoriginalsantafeghosttour.weebly.com

SANTA FE ART TOURS Canyon Road Quickie: Explore Santa Fe's famous Canyon Road on this short and sweet conversational walking tour, every Friday at 2 pm.

SF Art tours also gives themed tours on semi-regular and one-time bases; please contact for information: 505-985-528, santafearttours.com.

Find other tours around Santa Fe at SantaFe.org.
Santa Fe Art Tours
Fri, Apr 27 ongoing 10 AM - 12 PM
Location: Various Locations

Explore Santa Fe's art museums, galleries, and famous Canyon Roadǃ Through our conversational walking tours, we create fun and personal experiences with art. Our tours are participatory, intimate, and unscripted.

A Matter of Taste | Discuss what makes art "good," sample unique chocolate elixirs, let your senses collide | Thursdays,10am-12pm or by appointmentCanyon Road Quickie | A short and sweet introduction to Santa Fe's most famous thoroughfare | Fridays, 10am-12pm or by appointment

Family tours, customized tours, and artist studio visits are also available. We have fun with artǃ visit our website

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Nearby Businesses, Attractions, Events and Services

Santa Fe Plaza

Santa Fe Plaza

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.

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.
Traditional Spanish Market
*WHEN: July 30 - 31, 2016* This 65th annual event features the work of artists in New Mexico & S. Colorado who work in traditional Spanish Colonial art forms. Santa Fe Plaza.
100 Old Santa Fe Trail
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-982-2226
*WHEN: July 30 - 31, 2016* This 65th annual event features the work of artists in New Mexico & S. Colorado who work in traditional Spanish Colonial art forms. Santa Fe Plaza.
Stone Soup

Stone Soup

Stone beads and custom beaded jewelry. Specializing in natural and unusual stone beads. Locally made sterling silver charms and findings. We have a large selection of stone donuts. Also, beautiful silk flowers. We're known for our silk poppies. Friendly service everyday.

Stone Soup

60 E. San Francisco St,. Ste. 126
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505.982.5337
Stone beads and custom beaded jewelry. Specializing in natural and unusual stone beads. Locally made sterling silver charms and findings. We have a large selection of stone donuts. Also, beautiful silk flowers. We're known for our silk poppies. Friendly service everyday.
The Hill Guys Travel
TRAVELING TO SANTA FE OR ANY PLACE BEYOND? Leave the work to us. You simply dream, pack and enjoy! We specialize in build-your-own itineraries, cruises and tours for couples, groups and singles. Contact us today for domestic and international travel planning and bookings that are personalized, effortless and amazing! ~Matt and Brandon, Owners and Consultants
No physical location. Visit website.

505-466-6203
TRAVELING TO SANTA FE OR ANY PLACE BEYOND? Leave the work to us. You simply dream, pack and enjoy! We specialize in build-your-own itineraries, cruises and tours for couples, groups and singles. Contact us today for domestic and international travel planning and bookings that are personalized, effortless and amazing! ~Matt and Brandon, Owners and Consultants
Adaptive Sports Program New Mexico
The Adaptive Sports Program of New Mexico (ASPNM) has provided outdoor recreational opportunities for children and adults with disabilities throughout the state for over 30 years. With activities ranging from adaptive skiing and snowboarding to golf, rock climbing, water sports, and much more, ASPNM gives those living with disabilities the sense of freedom, accomplishment, and joy that comes with participating in outdoor activities.
Development Office 2301 South Court Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505

5055772788
The Adaptive Sports Program of New Mexico (ASPNM) has provided outdoor recreational opportunities for children and adults with disabilities throughout the state for over 30 years. With activities ranging from adaptive skiing and snowboarding to golf, rock climbing, water sports, and much more, ASPNM gives those living with disabilities the sense of freedom, accomplishment, and joy that comes with participating in outdoor activities.
The Yeehaw Initiative
Live drama-free! The Yeehaw Initiative is a Santa Fe-based company which conducts educational workshops, seminars and motivational speaking events with an emphasis on living drama-free to achieve personal empowerment, healthy relationships, increased productivity, and reduced stress. Call us today!
2 Redondo Ct
Santa Fe, NM 87508
505-466-6203
Live drama-free! The Yeehaw Initiative is a Santa Fe-based company which conducts educational workshops, seminars and motivational speaking events with an emphasis on living drama-free to achieve personal empowerment, healthy relationships, increased productivity, and reduced stress. Call us today!
Charlotte Ehinger Schwarz 1876
Charlotte Santa Fe Exclusive US retail shop of Ehinger Schwarz 1876 featuring Charlotte and Tipit. Fine interchangeable jewelry in 18k gold, platinum, palladium with precious gemstones. Located on the historic Plaza in Santa Fe N.M.
66 E San Francisco Street Ste 1 On the Plaza
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-660-8614
Charlotte Santa Fe Exclusive US retail shop of Ehinger Schwarz 1876 featuring Charlotte and Tipit. Fine interchangeable jewelry in 18k gold, platinum, palladium with precious gemstones. Located on the historic Plaza in Santa Fe N.M.
Desires

Desires

Eclectic collection of clothing, accessories, jewelry. Known for our affordable Chenille shawls...

Desires

66 E. San Francisco St. #13
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-989-1195
Eclectic collection of clothing, accessories, jewelry. Known for our affordable Chenille shawls...
Native Jackets
Native Jackets, right on the plaza in the heart of Santa Fe, provides the best Navajo-inspired jackets, vests and blankets. We have museum quality contemporary and antique Native rugs, pots and baskets. Choose from the garments you see on our website or in our store, or you may choose your favorite blanket and we can make a garment from your choice. The Native rugs, pots and baskets are among the finest available, featuring such legendary artists as Maria Martinez, Margaret Tafoya, Daisy Taugelchee and many more. There are items available in a wide range of prices and pieces, fitting most any art budget and taste. It is an honor to present such remarkable Native artistry! John Andrews Native Jackets
66 E. San Francisco St.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
(505) 984-0005
Native Jackets, right on the plaza in the heart of Santa Fe, provides the best Navajo-inspired jackets, vests and blankets. We have museum quality contemporary and antique Native rugs, pots and baskets. Choose from the garments you see on our website or in our store, or you may choose your favorite blanket and we can make a garment from your choice. The Native rugs, pots and baskets are among the finest available, featuring such legendary artists as Maria Martinez, Margaret Tafoya, Daisy Taugelchee and many more. There are items available in a wide range of prices and pieces, fitting most any art budget and taste. It is an honor to present such remarkable Native artistry! John Andrews Native Jackets
Mavericks of Santa Fe
Step out of the Plaza and into the lap of authentic Southwestern luxury at Maverick's of Santa Fe. Here you'll be surrounded by the finest natural hides and fabrics from top fashion designers. Choose from a selection of one-of-a-kind, couture, and ready-to-wear pieces assured to put you on the fashion "A" list whether you're on the town or at the office.
80 E. San Francisco St.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-995-8484
Step out of the Plaza and into the lap of authentic Southwestern luxury at Maverick's of Santa Fe. Here you'll be surrounded by the finest natural hides and fabrics from top fashion designers. Choose from a selection of one-of-a-kind, couture, and ready-to-wear pieces assured to put you on the fashion "A" list whether you're on the town or at the office.
Cottam's Ski Shop
Cottam's Ski Shop is located half way up Ski Basin Road in Hyde Memorial State Park - the closest ski shop to the slopes! Ski, Board, Snowshoe, Snowblade, XC, & Apparel rentals - high performance & recreational packages. Locations also in Taos and Angel Fire. RESERVE ONLINE AND RECEIVE A 10% DISCOUNT or stop in the Santa Fe convention and visitors bureau to receive a $3 off coupon for each ski rental.
740 Hyde Park Rd
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-982-0495
Cottam's Ski Shop is located half way up Ski Basin Road in Hyde Memorial State Park - the closest ski shop to the slopes! Ski, Board, Snowshoe, Snowblade, XC, & Apparel rentals - high performance & recreational packages. Locations also in Taos and Angel Fire. RESERVE ONLINE AND RECEIVE A 10% DISCOUNT or stop in the Santa Fe convention and visitors bureau to receive a $3 off coupon for each ski rental.
Smokin' Bachi Taiko
Our nonprofit mission is to promote the art and culture of Japanese drumming and drum making. We do this through concerts, workshops with masters, classes, conferences and festivals. We have two levels of ongoing classes.
2946 Santeros Road
Santa Fe, NM 87507
505-470-8554
Our nonprofit mission is to promote the art and culture of Japanese drumming and drum making. We do this through concerts, workshops with masters, classes, conferences and festivals. We have two levels of ongoing classes.
Shiprock Santa Fe
Shiprock Santa Fe is one of the nation’s top Native American art galleries—including a world-class collection of vintage and contemporary jewelry, historic textiles, pottery and basketry. Located on Santa Fe’s historic Plaza, the gallery was founded by fifth-generation expert Jed Foutz, who was raised on the Navajo Nation in a prominent family of Indian art trade
53 Old Santa Fe Trail
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-982-8478
Shiprock Santa Fe is one of the nation’s top Native American art galleries—including a world-class collection of vintage and contemporary jewelry, historic textiles, pottery and basketry. Located on Santa Fe’s historic Plaza, the gallery was founded by fifth-generation expert Jed Foutz, who was raised on the Navajo Nation in a prominent family of Indian art trade
Malouf on the Plaza
Representing the leading Native American, regional & international artists including Douglas Magnus, Scott Diffrient, Larry Vasquez, White Buffalo, Dian Malouf, Chili Rose, Artie Yellowhorse, Arland Ben, Michelle Tapia and more. Our Rug Gallery features collectible Navajo rugs & weavings circa late 1800s, along with handwoven Zapotec rugs from Oaxaca, Mexico.
61 Old Santa Fe Trail
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-983-9241
Representing the leading Native American, regional & international artists including Douglas Magnus, Scott Diffrient, Larry Vasquez, White Buffalo, Dian Malouf, Chili Rose, Artie Yellowhorse, Arland Ben, Michelle Tapia and more. Our Rug Gallery features collectible Navajo rugs & weavings circa late 1800s, along with handwoven Zapotec rugs from Oaxaca, Mexico.
Claudia Chavez Bead Artist
Claudia Chavez is a Santa Fe Bead Artist. You can find her affordable, delicately beautiful, beaded jewelry on her website and at historic shows throughout Santa Fe such as the Contemporary Hispanic Market each year. She also sells on the Santa Fe Plaza in the City of Santa Fe Plaza Vendor Program. Her intricate work has been featured in the media.
Historic Santa Fe Plaza Vendors Program
Santa Fe, NM 87501
474-6179
Claudia Chavez is a Santa Fe Bead Artist. You can find her affordable, delicately beautiful, beaded jewelry on her website and at historic shows throughout Santa Fe such as the Contemporary Hispanic Market each year. She also sells on the Santa Fe Plaza in the City of Santa Fe Plaza Vendor Program. Her intricate work has been featured in the media.
Palace of the Governors at the New Mexico History Museum
To firmly ground yourself in New Mexico's rich past, visit this museum on the Santa Fe Plaza. Built by the Spanish as a government building in 1610, the Palace remains the country's oldest continuously occupied public building. Its exhibits chronicle the history of Santa Fe as well as New Mexico and the region. American Indian artists sell their wares under its historic portal as part of the Native American Artisans Program. The Palace shares a campus (and admission!) with the New Mexico Museum of History, the Palace Press, the Fray Angelico Chavez History Library and Palace of the Governors Photo Archives.
105 W. Palace Ave.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
(505) 476-5200
To firmly ground yourself in New Mexico's rich past, visit this museum on the Santa Fe Plaza. Built by the Spanish as a government building in 1610, the Palace remains the country's oldest continuously occupied public building. Its exhibits chronicle the history of Santa Fe as well as New Mexico and the region. American Indian artists sell their wares under its historic portal as part of the Native American Artisans Program. The Palace shares a campus (and admission!) with the New Mexico Museum of History, the Palace Press, the Fray Angelico Chavez History Library and Palace of the Governors Photo Archives.
Santa Fe Dry Goods & Workshop
Santa Fe Dry Goods & Workshop are two sister stores located on the plaza in Downtown Santa Fe. Providing clothing, jewelry, and shoes that reflects the strong intellectual, artistic, & international perspective of the people that live in & visit Santa Fe, New Mexico. Santa Fe Dry Goods was opened in 1979 by Greig and Helga Porter. With over 4,000 square feet on the plaza, Santa Fe Dry Goods is at the historical and cultural hub of downtown. Carrying lines such as Akris, Avant Toi, Brunello Cucinelli, Daniela Gregis, Dries Van Noten, Etro, Issey Miyake, Monies, The Row, Urban Zen, and more. Workshop was opened in 2013 by, now owner of both stores, Shobhan Porter. Her intention is to explore unconventional styles that she had encountered traveling in Europe, which redefine the traditional notions of fashion. Carrying lines such as Avant Toi, Campomaggi, Damir Doma, Greg Lauren, Monies, Rundholz, Rundholz Dip, Trippen, Uma Wang, and more.
53 Old Santa Fe Trail
Santa Fe, NM 87501
(505) 983-8142
Santa Fe Dry Goods & Workshop are two sister stores located on the plaza in Downtown Santa Fe. Providing clothing, jewelry, and shoes that reflects the strong intellectual, artistic, & international perspective of the people that live in & visit Santa Fe, New Mexico. Santa Fe Dry Goods was opened in 1979 by Greig and Helga Porter. With over 4,000 square feet on the plaza, Santa Fe Dry Goods is at the historical and cultural hub of downtown. Carrying lines such as Akris, Avant Toi, Brunello Cucinelli, Daniela Gregis, Dries Van Noten, Etro, Issey Miyake, Monies, The Row, Urban Zen, and more. Workshop was opened in 2013 by, now owner of both stores, Shobhan Porter. Her intention is to explore unconventional styles that she had encountered traveling in Europe, which redefine the traditional notions of fashion. Carrying lines such as Avant Toi, Campomaggi, Damir Doma, Greg Lauren, Monies, Rundholz, Rundholz Dip, Trippen, Uma Wang, and more.
Thunderbird Bar & Grill
The Thunderbird Bar and Grill. Santa Fe’s only restaurant with a spacious covered deck overlooking the Plaza, Thunderbird Bar and Grill offers a new twist on contemporary southwestern cuisine with a menu that is fresh, innovative and sure to satisfy. The Thunderbird’s full bar features: an award-winning list of over 40 beers, with 20 on draft, over 100 tequilas, an extensive wine by the glass program, and a spectacular wine list.
50 Lincoln Ave

505-490-6550
The Thunderbird Bar and Grill. Santa Fe’s only restaurant with a spacious covered deck overlooking the Plaza, Thunderbird Bar and Grill offers a new twist on contemporary southwestern cuisine with a menu that is fresh, innovative and sure to satisfy. The Thunderbird’s full bar features: an award-winning list of over 40 beers, with 20 on draft, over 100 tequilas, an extensive wine by the glass program, and a spectacular wine list.
Food Tour New Mexico
On behalf of Food Tour New Mexico, welcome to the Land of Enchantment! Here at Food Tour New Mexico we provide progressive culinary tours through the heart of historic downtown Santa Fe that will provide a peek into our culture and hidden delectable gems! So prepare for day of demonstrations, first hand tales and of course great food from some of the specialty shops and restaurants that make Santa Fe so delectably unique! ***Tours run daily in Santa Fe and advanced ticket purchase is required for all of our tours!
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Santa Fe, NM 87505
505-465-9474
On behalf of Food Tour New Mexico, welcome to the Land of Enchantment! Here at Food Tour New Mexico we provide progressive culinary tours through the heart of historic downtown Santa Fe that will provide a peek into our culture and hidden delectable gems! So prepare for day of demonstrations, first hand tales and of course great food from some of the specialty shops and restaurants that make Santa Fe so delectably unique! ***Tours run daily in Santa Fe and advanced ticket purchase is required for all of our tours!
Divino Diamonds and Jewelry
Divino Diamonds and Jewelry features locally crafted jewelry and houses the largest Sleeping Beauty turquoise collection on the plaza. We are also featuring the work of Robert Cherry. His stunning turned wooden vases with inlay turquoise are finished with a mixture of colors bringing out the natural grain of the wood.
60 E San Francisco St Suite 217
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-983-9696
Divino Diamonds and Jewelry features locally crafted jewelry and houses the largest Sleeping Beauty turquoise collection on the plaza. We are also featuring the work of Robert Cherry. His stunning turned wooden vases with inlay turquoise are finished with a mixture of colors bringing out the natural grain of the wood.


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