In 1692 Don Diego De Vargas successfully retook Santa Fe after the Pueblo Revolt. This annual celebration has been held for ... More
Santa Fe Fiesta
In 1692 Don Diego De Vargas successfully retook Santa Fe after the Pueblo Revolt. This annual celebration has been held for the past 289 years to commemorate the hard won victory of the Spaniards. The event begins with the Burning of Zozobra. This large, noisy effigy represents all the evil that might strike during the coming year. Other activities include music, parades, an arts and crafts fair and carnivals. If you are planning a trip to Santa Fe during September, then this is an event you do not want to miss. Concerts charge admission ranging from about USD5-USD50.
Sitting above Santa Fe at 12,000 feet, this 600 acre ski basin has 43 well groomed trails and five lifts.
With an average snowfall of 225 inches and snowmaking capabilities, there are very few bad seasons at this popular ...
This pueblo revival style building has been hosting New Mexico's fine art since 1917. Inside you will find a number
of permanent, as well as traveling, exhibitions. There are over 20,000 works of art on display, and much of ...
The Waxlander Gallery, located in a 150 year old adobe home, is tucked among the other galleries that line Canyon
Road. The gallery displays the works of 20 artists who create pieces using pastels, watercolors, oils, monotypes, and sculpture. ...