Santa Fe, New Mexico

  • #4 Best City in the U.S. by Travel + Leisure.
  • Condé Nast Traveler’s award for one of the Best Small Town Family Weekend Destinations.
  • Visit one of the many historic Indian Pueblos. The Eight Northern Indian Pueblos are huge crowd-pleasers.
  • Go on a day hike on one of the many hiking trails just minutes outside the city.
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The Land of Enchantment

In the sweeping foothills of the Sangre de Cristo mountain range, Santa Fe is a southwestern beacon of light and a UNESCO-designated Creative City. Spanish and Native American influences are apparent, from the town's traditional adobe-covered pueblos to its open-air markets and shops, many adorned with colorful ristras—hanging strings of dried chiles. The Santa Fe Plaza is the beating heart of the city, a Spanish-style gathering place that takes its design cues from traditional colonial cities. Artists Georgia O'Keeffe and Alfred Stieglitz called Santa Fe home, and it's easy to see why—there’s beauty to behold around every corner.

Quick Facts

  • Suggested Airport
    Santa Fe Municipal Airport (SAF)
  • Elevation
    7,199 Feet
  • Climate
    Semi-Arid/Subtropical
  • Designated As
    UNESCO Creative City
  • Time Zone
    Mountain Standard Time (MST)

Fresh Things to Do

Featured Activity


  • Native American Past and Present

    The oldest capital city in all of North America and home to the site of its oldest building, Santa Fe is richly abundant in Native American and Mexican history. The city's careful preservation of its historical treasures is an honorable legacy.

    Loretto Chapel. This Roman Catholic chapel contains the famous Miracle Staircase, a spiral staircase that ascends 20 feet without a support beam or the use of any nails. It was built by a mysterious visitor. The chapel has historical ties to your accommodations, as the chapel was used daily by the students of the Loretto Academy. 

    St. Francis Cathedral. Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi is a breathtaking Romanesque Revival church in the heart of downtown. A statue of the patron saint of the diocese faces outward in front of its exterior and its interior features bronze doors, painted images of saints and an intricate reredos.

    Museum of Indian Arts & Culture. More than 70,000 Native American artifacts are on display at this extensive museum on Camino Lejo.

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