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Ranked #1 of 112 attractions in Santa Fe
Category: Operas; Performances
A beautiful outdoor venue that offers music festivals in July and August.
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Ranked #2 of 112 attractions in Santa Fe
Category: Art Galleries; Museums
An art gallery specializing in 19th- and 20th-century American art.
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Ranked #3 of 112 attractions in Santa Fe
Category: ; Art Museums; Museums
Owner description: Open 10am to 5pm Tuesdays through Sundays, closed on Mondays from November through April. Open daily 10am to 5pm May through... more » Owner description: Open 10am to 5pm Tuesdays through Sundays, closed on Mondays from November through April. Open daily 10am to 5pm May through October from 10am to 5pm. Current exhibitions include Brasil & Arte Popular with puppet making and stamp book activity in the Gallery, open Through January 4, 2015. Between Two Worlds: Folk Artists Reflect on the Immigrant Experience is in the Mark Naylor and Dale Gunn Gallery of Conscience through the May 15, 2015. The exhibition is part of a National Dialogue on Immigration, gallery activities include drawing and responding to the question "You have to leave your home, you can only take what you an carry, What do you bring?" On paper via tweet. More than 120,000 objects are on display in the long term exhibition Multiple Visions, A Common Bond by architect and designer Alexander Girard. This international folk art collection includes miniature buildings, streets and village scenes from more than 100 different countries. There are no text panels in this exhibition, the cases are numbered. If you miss the Docent walk-in tour, pick up a multi-media tour at the front desk or a grab a gallery guide at either entrance. « less
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Ranked #4 of 112 attractions in Santa Fe
Owner description: We are located INSIDE the mall at DeVargas Center! The mall entrance closest to our store is next to the Starbucks near... more » Owner description: We are located INSIDE the mall at DeVargas Center! The mall entrance closest to our store is next to the Starbucks near Office Depot. The Harrell House Of Natural Oddities is proud to announce the opening of our Bug Museum on at our store in DeVargas Center in Santa Fe.The Museum features Oliver Greer's Crawlywood Collection, a staggering assortment of 2,400 mounted insects, arachnids and other bugs from all over the world. You will also see the Harrell Houses' own collection of LIVE invertebrates including dozens of live tarantulas, scorpions, centipedes, millipedes and other amazing creepy-crawlies! Hours: Monday-Friday 10AM to 7PMSaturday 10 AM - 6PMSunday 12PM - 5PM Location: DeVargas Center, 177 B Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe NM 87501. Museum and store are Inside the Mall. No admission required to visit store, the Harrell House of Natural Oddities offers a wide range of educational toys, dinosaur models, fossils, mounted insects, original art, jewelry, souvenirs and more!Museum Admission is $5 for adults, $3 for Children 12 and under. « less
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Ranked #5 of 112 attractions in Santa Fe
Category: Religious Sites; Cultural
This cathedral was built in 1886, and is known for its beautiful Romanesque architecture.
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Ranked #6 of 112 attractions in Santa Fe
Owner description: Liquid Light Glass, owned and operated by Elodie Holmes since 1987, is a contemporary glass studio and gallery offering world... more » Owner description: Liquid Light Glass, owned and operated by Elodie Holmes since 1987, is a contemporary glass studio and gallery offering world class glass art and classes. Liquid Light Glass is part of the Baca Street Arts District- a community of local artists and small businesses primarily located on or near Baca Street in Santa Fe, NM. « less
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Ranked #7 of 112 attractions in Santa Fe
Category: ; Art Museums; Museums
This museum, which has a 42,000 piece collection, is a must for those interested in Indian culture.
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Ranked #8 of 112 attractions in Santa Fe
Category: Historic Sites; History Museums; Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Museums
Owner description: Opened May 24, 2009 just behind the historic Palace of the Governors, the New Mexico History Museum takes over the role of... more » Owner description: Opened May 24, 2009 just behind the historic Palace of the Governors, the New Mexico History Museum takes over the role of being the state's history museum from the Palace of the Governor's which is now part of the history campus. « less
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Ranked #9 of 112 attractions in Santa Fe
Category: Government Buildings; Landmarks
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Ranked #10 of 112 attractions in Santa Fe
Category: Historic Walking Areas; Neighborhoods; Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Outdoors
Rich in history and art, Canyon Road is the cultural center of Santa Fe.
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Ranked #11 of 112 attractions in Santa Fe
Category: Theaters; Performances
Owner description: We are Santa Fe, N.M.'s premier performing arts center located in the historic Lensic Theater in the heart of downtown Santa... more » Owner description: We are Santa Fe, N.M.'s premier performing arts center located in the historic Lensic Theater in the heart of downtown Santa Fe.Our MissionThe nonprofit Lensic Performing Arts Center enriches lives by bringing diverse art and people together in the historic Lensic Theater, a cornerstone of downtown Santa Fe since 1931. The Lensic presents and supports local and national artists and serves as a center for education, community and youth events through its accessible and affordable programming. « less
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Ranked #12 of 112 attractions in Santa Fe
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Ranked #13 of 112 attractions in Santa Fe
Category: Movie Theaters; Amusements
Owner description: The Screen, at Santa Fe University of Art and Design, is New Mexico's premier cinematheque. Curated by Brent Kliewer, The... more » Owner description: The Screen, at Santa Fe University of Art and Design, is New Mexico's premier cinematheque. Curated by Brent Kliewer, The Screen showcases the finest in world, art, and independent cinema. It features a 16-speaker Dolby Digital 6.1 Surround Sound system, a high-definition curved screen, and luxurious stadium seating. « less
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Ranked #14 of 112 attractions in Santa Fe
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Ranked #15 of 112 attractions in Santa Fe
Category: Religious Sites; Art Museums; Cultural
Owner description: Constructed in 1610 by the Tlaxcalan Indians of Mexico, who came to New Mexico as servants of the Spanish, this is the oldest... more » Owner description: Constructed in 1610 by the Tlaxcalan Indians of Mexico, who came to New Mexico as servants of the Spanish, this is the oldest church still in use in the country. « less
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Ranked #16 of 112 attractions in Santa Fe
Category: Religious Sites; Historic Sites; Cultural
This chapel contains a mysterious spiral staircase built without nails, dowels or any visible support.
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Ranked #17 of 112 attractions in Santa Fe
Category: Ski/ Snowboard Areas; Sports
This ski resort is located on the Sangre de Cristos Mountains and has slopes for skiers with different abilities.
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Ranked #18 of 112 attractions in Santa Fe
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Ranked #19 of 112 attractions in Santa Fe
Category: Cemeteries; Cultural
Civil War buffs will appreciate the little known history of the 28 Confederate soldiers from Texas buried in this spot.
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Ranked #20 of 112 attractions in Santa Fe
Category: Educational Sites; Historic Sites; Art Museums; Museums
Owner description: The Museum preserves, presents, and advances the artistic legacy of Georgia O'Keeffe and Modernism through innovative public... more » Owner description: The Museum preserves, presents, and advances the artistic legacy of Georgia O'Keeffe and Modernism through innovative public engagement, education, & research. « less
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Ranked #21 of 112 attractions in Santa Fe
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Outdoors
Owner description: This 135-acre nature sanctuary serves as the state office and educational center for the National Audubon Society, which... more » Owner description: This 135-acre nature sanctuary serves as the state office and educational center for the National Audubon Society, which offers education programs and free natural history and birding walks throughout the year. « less
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Ranked #22 of 112 attractions in Santa Fe
Category: ; Art Museums; History Museums; Museums
The museum features changing exhibitions of contemporary and historic Native American art with an emphasis on the Southwest.
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Ranked #23 of 112 attractions in Santa Fe
Category: Art Museums; Museums
Art lovers will delight in Santa Fe's many famous painters and photographers.
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Ranked #24 of 112 attractions in Santa Fe
Category: National Parks; Outdoors
Located in a breathtaking natural setting, this park is ideal for picnics and camping.
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Ranked #25 of 112 attractions in Santa Fe
Category: Gardens; Outdoors
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Ranked #26 of 112 attractions in Santa Fe
Category: Natural History Museums; Museums
Unique Native American art museum.
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Ranked #27 of 112 attractions in Santa Fe
Category: Art Museums; Museums
This museum houses over 3,000 objects in its varied collection of Spanish Colonial art.
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Ranked #28 of 112 attractions in Santa Fe
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Ranked #29 of 112 attractions in Santa Fe
Category: Gardens; Outdoors
Owner description: The Santa Fe Botanical Garden strives to benefit all Santa Fe and New Mexico citizens, and our area’s many visitors. The... more » Owner description: The Santa Fe Botanical Garden strives to benefit all Santa Fe and New Mexico citizens, and our area’s many visitors. The Botanical Garden is an independent nonprofit, not a part of the four Santa Fe state museums, with a commitment to affordable admission and providing monthly Community Days free for New Mexico residents. Our educational mission raises awareness of critical issues such as water conservation, climate change impact, and responsible gardening practices. There are 3 sites, the Botanical Garden on Museum Hill, the Leonora Curtin Wetland Preserve and the Ortiz Mountains Preserve. The Gardens provides an “outdoor living room” where everyone can connect with nature, marvel at amazing plant varieties, and benefit from a place for contemplation. Visitors to Museum Hill can relax under shading ramadas, discover a century-old red bridge, and explore the Art Trail, where changing exhibitions of sculpture will encourage return visits. With an array of native and traditional plants, awe-inspiring stone and metal work, and breathtaking vistas, the Botanical Garden is the essence of New Mexico. The Landscape Architect is W Gary Smith, and we are currently planning for the 2nd phase, an Ethnobotanical garden to open in 2014. Please stop by and enjoy beauty and lessons to be learned in the garden! Thank you. « less
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Ranked #30 of 112 attractions in Santa Fe
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