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Art for Sale picture in Santa Fe
Hot Chile Peppers picture in Santa Fe
The Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi picture in Santa Fe
Adobe Sunset picture in Santa Fe
Mexican Blankets on Display picture in Santa Fe
Obelisk in Santa Fe Plaza picture in Santa Fe
Canyon Road Gallery picture in Santa Fe
Palace of the Governors picture in Santa Fe
Gallery at the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum picture in Santa Fe
Bandelier National Monument picture in Santa Fe
The Loretto Chapel picture in Santa Fe
Santa Fe Farmers Market picture in Santa Fe
Souvenirs at the New Mexico History Museum picture in Santa Fe
Santa Fe Scenery picture in Santa Fe
Sunset Over the Santa Fe Opera picture in Santa Fe
Christmas in Santa Fe picture in Santa Fe
Museum of International Folk Art picture in Santa Fe
Dancing in the Plaza picture in Santa Fe
Santa Fe Opera House picture in Santa Fe
Dancers at Guadalupe Church picture in Santa Fe
Liquid Light Glass Sculptures picture in Santa Fe
Immerse Yourself in Art picture in Santa Fe
New Mexico Museum of Art picture in Santa Fe
Ski Santa Fe picture in Santa Fe
Ski Santa Fe Lodge picture in Santa Fe

Stroll along Canyon Road and you'll see plenty of art, including Persian rugs, furniture, carvings, chests and hand blown glass. Wander in to some of the galleries and see if anything piques your fancy. Victoria J Rodriguez Getty Images

Chile peppers are a staple ingredient of Santa Fean cuisine. Red and green chiles can be prepared and consumed in many different ways. See the dining section for more information. Pgiam iStockphoto.com

This Romanesque cathedral – named for the patron saint of the diocese – was constructed in the mid- to late 19th century. Chris Corrie Tourism Santa Fe

Adobe buildings are made from sand, clay, water and organic materials, such as sticks, straw or manure. .curt. Flickr

You'll find many local craftsmen selling their products in and around the Santa Fe Plaza. JuniperCreek iStockphoto.com

Many of Santa Fe's top attractions are within walking distance of the Santa Fe Plaza. puroticorico Flickr

If you're interested in buying some Southwestern art, look no further than Canyon Road. Terence Faircloth Flickr

Built in 1610, the Palace of the Governors served as the seat of government for the State of New Mexico for several centuries. ivanastar Getty Images

Although she was originally from the East Coast, Georgia O'Keeffe's representations of Santa Fe's landscape earned her a reputation as one of the Southwest's best artists. Robert Reck Georgia O'Keeffe Museum

Dating back to the 1100s, these caves were used by Pueblo people as living quarters.  Wilsilver77 Getty Images

The inside of the Loretto Chapel is a sight to behold. Its spiral staircase is considered "miraculous:" No one knows who built it and the physics of its construction are mind-bending. sfgamchick Flickr

Head to the Santa Fe Farmers Market for local foods like cheese, cider and fiery chiles. Eugene Kim Flickr

You can purchase handmade crafts outside the New Mexico History Museum near the Palace of the Governors. Chris Corrie Tourism Santa Fe

Farolitos (lanterns made from paper bags) are a Native American tradition. You'll see them around Christmastime. jurvetson Flickr

As nighttime approaches, head to the Santa Fe Opera for some high-quality entertainment. Doug Merriam Tourism Santa Fe

During the holidays, the Santa Fe Plaza is decked out with lights. Richard Khanlian Tourism Santa Fe

This museum features more than 100,000 works of folk art from around the world. Granger Meadow Flickr

The Plaza is always buzzing with festivals, dance celebrations and more. MarkKane.net Tourism Santa Fe

The Santa Fe Opera House offers impressive views of the surrounding mountains. Opera season is so popular in Santa Fe, people even tailgate before the performances. Robert Godwin Tourism Santa Fe

Keep an eye out for art and dance festivals throughout town for a different way to experience the city. MarkKane.net Tourism Santa Fe

The Liquid Light Glass studio showcases colorful glass-blown art. Courtesy of Liquid Light Glass

Visitors to Liquid Light Glass can learn glass-blowing techniques and participate in a class to make their own paperweight or glass flower. Courtesy of Liquid Light Glass

This museum is the state's oldest art museum and is known for its adobe structure and rotating exhibits. Chris Corrie TOURISM Santa Fe

There are four major ski areas within a two-hour drive of Santa Fe. Winter sports enthusiasts love taking to the slopes. Courtesy of Ski Santa Fe

When it's time to break from skiing or snowboarding, head to the lodge for some snacks and drinks. Courtesy of Ski Santa Fe

Art for Sale picture in Santa Fe
Hot Chile Peppers picture in Santa Fe
The Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi picture in Santa Fe
Adobe Sunset picture in Santa Fe
Mexican Blankets on Display picture in Santa Fe
Obelisk in Santa Fe Plaza picture in Santa Fe
Canyon Road Gallery picture in Santa Fe
Palace of the Governors picture in Santa Fe
Gallery at the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum picture in Santa Fe
Bandelier National Monument picture in Santa Fe
The Loretto Chapel picture in Santa Fe
Santa Fe Farmers Market picture in Santa Fe
Souvenirs at the New Mexico History Museum picture in Santa Fe
Santa Fe Scenery picture in Santa Fe
Sunset Over the Santa Fe Opera picture in Santa Fe
Christmas in Santa Fe picture in Santa Fe
Museum of International Folk Art picture in Santa Fe
Dancing in the Plaza picture in Santa Fe
Santa Fe Opera House picture in Santa Fe
Dancers at Guadalupe Church picture in Santa Fe
Liquid Light Glass Sculptures picture in Santa Fe
Immerse Yourself in Art picture in Santa Fe
New Mexico Museum of Art picture in Santa Fe
Ski Santa Fe picture in Santa Fe
Ski Santa Fe Lodge picture in Santa Fe

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