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Things to do in New Mexico

  • Rail Runner

    The high-speed rail will whisk passengers between Albuquerque and Santa Fe in a flash. More
  • Railyard Park

    The Railyard Park is fringed with boutiques and blue-chip galleries. More
  • Rainbow Ryders

    Take an early-morning hot-air balloon ride with Rainbow Ryders, whose tours traverse the Rio Grande and then soar high above the city and cloud-scr... More
  • Richardson's Trading Company

    This famous trading post sells kachina dolls, Zuni pottery, and turquoise jewelry. More
  • Robert Nichols Gallery

  • Rooftop Cantina

    At this outdoor bar, watermelon infused with Bacardi Limón puts a summer spin on the Cuban cocktail, and pairs well with the downtown plaza views. More
  • Rottenstone Gallery

  • Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument

    Drop by the visitor center for a map; then visit the three different ruin sites—Quarai, Abó, and Gran Quivira—that contain remains of 17th-century ... More
  • San Miguel Chapel

    This, the nation's oldest church, has been in use since the early 17th century. More
  • Sandia Peak Aerial Tramway

    The tram ascends a 10,350-foot Sandia Mountain peak for breathtaking views over the city. More
  • Sandy Cunningham

    Insider clout: Because of Cunningham’s amazing contacts, she can arrange for clients to see Africa’s “sardine run”—in which hundreds of thousands o... More
  • Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival

    This year’s inaugural concerts, on July 19 and 20, feature works by Caplet and Debussy with narration by actress Claire Bloom. More
  • Santa Fe Farmers' Market

    The Spread: Distinctly southwestern produce is on display at this Saturday market in Santa Fe's rail yard, where 100 vendors gather to sell locally... More
  • Santa Fe Indian Market: Southwestern Association for Indian Art

    Every year serious art buyers and trinket hounds descend on Santa Fe for this weekend-long event, which turns the town into a Native American art-c... More
  • Santa Fe Opera

    Even non-opera fanatics come out in astounding numbers during the short but sweet Santa Fe Opera season, which lasts from late June through August.... More

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