Palace of the Governors
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;...
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...
New Mexico History Museum
Santa Fe Brewing Company
Santa Fe's original microbrewery covers the full beer spectrum, from pilsner to porter to stout. Big-name bands perform here...
Five and Dime General Store
For a memorable local dish, sidle up to the counter at this sundries shop and order a Frito pie ($4.35). They say this delicacy - a bag...
The Plaza information
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 Mexico; later, it was the goal for wagons heading west along the Santa Fe Trail. Today, this grassy square is peopled by tourists, wandering from museum to margarita; food vendors; skateboarding kids; and street musicians. Beneath the portico of the Palace of the Governors, along its northern side, Pueblo Indians sell jewelry and pottery.