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Santa Fe, New Mexico

  • Palace of the Governors

    Built in 17th century, still dominates historic Plaza. Oldest continuously used public building in the nation; served Spain, Mexico, Confederacy, U.S. Survived 1680 Pueblo Indian Revolt, Mexican War, ...
    Palace of the Governors

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Cross of the Martyrs

Honors 21 Fanciscans killed in 1680

Santa Fe, NM Memorials



Palace of the Governors

Built in 17th century, still dominates historic Plaza. Oldest continuously used public building in the nation; served Spain, Mexico, Confederacy, U.S. Survived 1680

Santa Fe, NM Historic Homes

Loretto Chapel

Cothic Chapel, miraculous staircase (double helix)

Santa Fe, NM Historic Churches

Things to do near Santa Fe, NM

Georgia O'Keeffe Museum

Works from throughout her life, wide range of media....

Vista Clara Ranch Resort and Spa

Free guided hikes to petroglyph sites in historic Galisteo Basin, 9am, Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Also available by appoin...

San Miguel Mission Church

Site dates to first Spanish colonization, rebuilt after 1680 Pueblo Revolt. Permanent exhibits, taped tours....

Valle Grande

One of world's largest caldera valleys, formed by collapse of series of volcanoes. Large elk herd. Self-guided and specialty ...

School of American Research

Indian Arts Research Center. 11,000 pieces of Indian backetry, jewelry, pottery....