Some of the most upscale places to shop and dine in Santa Fe are in one of the oldest parts of town; Canyon Road was once a ... More
Some of the most upscale places to shop and dine in Santa Fe are in one of the oldest parts of town; Canyon Road was once a residential area for early Spanish settlers. Artists flocked to the area from all over the world in the 1920s, transforming the residences into shops and galleries. Today this two-mile stretch of road is lined on both sides with upscale art galleries, clothing stores, and restaurants. The narrow street does not accommodate a lot of parking spaces, so be prepared to walk.
Built by Native American slaves, this Spanish Colonial building was completed in 1625, then nearly destroyed during the Pueblo revolt
of 1680. In 1710, the Spanish once again took control of Santa Fe and rebuilt the San Miguel Mission. ...
The Santa Fe National Cemetery sits on a scenic hillside and overlooks much of Santa Fe. The rows of white
crosses climbing the manicured lawns are truly a sight to behold. The oldest grave markers denote the final resting ...
Built in 1966, this government center is shaped like the Zia symbol, and is known as the Round House. The
four story building houses government offices and the state House and Senate chambers. From the ground floor, you can ...