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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

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Things to do near Santa Fe, NM

Red Eagle Golf Course

Course Access: PublicHoles: 18Reserve Advance Tee Times: 7 days...

Angel Fire Resort Ski / Snowboard Area

Popular year-round resort 24 miles east of Taos with New Mexico's only 2 high-speed, quad chair lifts, 64 trails, 2,077-ft. v...

Mission and Convento

Replica of Juan de Onate's first church, built in 1598, including park. ...

W.A. "Bill" Humphries State Wildlife Area

9,000 acres. Elk habitat accessed on horseback or foot. Wildlife viewing, designated-area camping, elk hunting by permit....

Kit Carson Park

Graves of Kit Carson, Mabel Dodge Luhan....