Palace of the Governors
For over 400 years, the Plaza has stood at the heart of Santa Fe. Originally it marked the far northern end of the Camino Real from...
New Mexico History Museum
New Mexico Museum of Art
Built in 1917, and a prime early example of Santa Fe’s Pueblo Revival architecture, the New Mexico Museum of Art has spent a century...
Marble Brewery Tap Room
With microbrews on tap and an espresso bar, this upstairs place covers both ends of the legal substance spectrum. An outdoor patio...
Superconvenient to the Plaza and with a fun ambience. The food, however, is seriously overrated, aiming straight for the perceived...
105 W Palace Ave · interesting places nearby
Palace of the Governors information
The oldest public building in the US, this low-slung adobe complex started out as home to New Mexico’s first Spanish governor in 1610; was occupied by Pueblo Indians following their Revolt in 1680; and after 1846 became the seat of the US Territory’s earliest governors. It now holds fascinating displays on Santa Fe’s multi-faceted past, and some superb Hispanic religious artworks, while its modern adjunct alongside, the New Mexico History Museum , tells the story of the state as a whole.