Things to do in Santa Fe
Santa Fe is a haven for the arts: from Georgia O'Keeffe to ancient pictographs on rocks. Then there's the architecture, the indigenous culture, the Spanish Colonial roots, and of course the outdoors. We have gathered several lists so you can decide what fits your interests. Happy exploring!
Here are some lists:
SITE Santa Fe, located in a former beer warehouse in the developing Railyard Arts District next to the old tracks that connect to the main line, has been a standout in contemporary art since its opening exhibition in 1997. These past 20 years have brought significant yet often nearly unobtrusive changes in the art sector here since the 1980s when a few powerful men and women ran successful galleries that defined a certain “Santa Fe style” in art. Now that style is pretty much relegated to a few galleries on the charmingly historic Canyon Road. Slowly, quietly—to outside eyes, at least, as we Santa Feans love to argue about anything that affects our opinions about what makes this a special place to live—New Mexico’s capital city has become an increasingly important global destination for contemporary art. And that status is largely due to the presence of SITE Santa Fe. Learn more...