Museum hopping in Santa Fe – Passes to save you money

Save money on Santa Fe museums with museum passes.Whether you are downtown, in the historic district, or headed for Museum Hill, you’ll need to schedule at least a day or two to enjoy some of Santa Fe, New Mexico’s fabulous Museums.

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Buffalo Thunder Resort – Art and gambling north of Santa Fe

Buffalo Thunder Resort, managed by Hilton, belongs to the Santa Clara Pueblo. Although a destination for gamblers, the resort is filled with impressive pieces of Pueblo art. The beauty of the resort lies in its architectural details drawn from the Pueblo structures and natural beauty of the local area. And, once inside, you will need to spend some time enjoying the pottery, paintings and sculptures, all done by accomplished Native American artists.

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Gabriel’s Restaurant: Santa Fe’s little bit of Mexico

If you want a little taste of Mexico coupled with Mexican-style courtyard dining, head just north of downtown Santa Fe to Gabriel’s. Gabriel’s has long been a favorite of Santa Fe locals. The restaurant is located under shady trees close to the Santa Fe Opera off Hwy 285/84.

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Santa Fe’s historic plaza: The gathering place

Santa Fe’s historic plaza has long been the cultural and geographic center of the city.  When Santa Fe was founded, The Plaza was found at the end of El Camino Real (the Spanish Royal Road from Mexico City), the Santa Fe Trail, and the Old Pecos Trail. It was truly a historic crossroads. Today, The… Read More

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Hidden chocolate shops of Santa Fe

If you are a chocoholic visiting Santa Fe, New Mexico, you are in the right place. There are some fantastic chocolatiers spread throughout the “City Different,” but some of them are rather hidden. In fact, some of the most delightful shops are not easy to find.

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Visiting Santa Fe’s Loretto Chapel

Santa Fe, New Mexico, “City of Faith” in Spanish, has many beautiful churches. Santa Fe’s Loretto Chapel is one of the popular attractions of this historic city

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