The open air Santa Fe Opera House offers the pleasure of more than just opera. Concerts with acclaimed guests of all genre perform for the public under the stars. The beautiful setting with mountains as a backdrop and a view to spectacular sunsets creates a one of a kind experience. Free parking and an opportunity to picnic before the performances is another perk to enjoying an evening here.
The Plaza, once known as the city square, is at the heart of Santa Fe. This traditional Spanish American Memorial is a National Historic Landmark. In the center of town, it is for everyone; locals and tourists alike, to enjoy festivals, sales and food. Jewelry, art, music and dance are a part of the cultural events. The park has room to roam. Besides the beautiful trees, benches and striking decorations at holidays, shops and restaurants encircle the historic center.
Another perfect destination is the Canyon Road art tableau. No matter the preference, galleries featuring diverse art in every form are displayed among the unique shops and restaurants. Only minutes from leading hotels, bed & breakfasts and exclusive inns, guests can ramble down the historic road to revel in the inspiring artists at work. Unusual jewelry, Native American pottery, furniture and other gifts as well as fashion are all encompassed in the 100 shops.
The fabulous museum is a not to be missed selection of attractions in Santa Fe. Not only are there over 3000 works of art in the museum collection, there is much to be learned about the artist. Exhibition dates are published for those with a favored artisan, or enjoy an educational class. Events and programs for all ages include subjects such as artistic drawing techniques, cooking classes and current event discussions.
The world's largest collection of Folk Art displays four distinct compilations of artifacts. Guided tours as well as walk in tours are welcome to observe the artistic forums. The museum offers a variety of programs, exhibits and written materials for people of all ages and walks of life. The goal is to encourage interest while stimulating minds with this extraordinary offering.
New Mexico is known as the Land of Enchantment because as soon as you visit, you will fall in love. There are natural wonders and deserts spread throughout the state as well as unique museums, such as one focusing on aliens. You can go skiing in New Mexico,...