Things to Do in Santa Fe

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You’re more likely to find the straw, $5 variety cowboy hat at this downtown Plaza icon, but it’s the most affordable place in town to quickly appease a... Read More

One of the best ways to eat your way through Santa Fe is to sample a little bit of everything on this walking progressive lunch that hits some of the... Read More

If you don’t have the wheels or the time to get out of town, yet still want a decadent treatment, try this secret oasis in the gardens of the Madeleine... Read More

Seven miles round trip from St. John’s College, Atalaya Mountain is a well-loved, steep and quick route to a breath-taking view of the city. The trail... Read More

More popular than Picacho, Atalaya starts behind St. John’s College and is a straight 3.0-mile shot up to the 8,800-foot summit. It’s a lot of vertical... Read More

This Anasazi settlement has petroglyphs and wooden ladders that lead to ancient cave dwellings. Read More

Ancestral Pueblo people thrived in what is now Bandelier National Monument near Los Alamos 10,000 years ago. The park covers 33,677 acres and centers... Read More

At this quiet adobe oasis, kids can peruse all manner of books, from board-style picture books for toddlers to young-adult page-turners. (Those that get... Read More

This kid-sized adobe bungalow just a block from the Railyard is a young bookworm’s dream, with floor-to-ceiling shelves stocked with everything from... Read More

On the sixth floor of the landmark La Fonda Hotel, the Bell Tower sits atop Santa Fe’s version of a “skyscraper.” The food and drink menu, featuring... Read More

Love or hate Bikram Choudhury, the controversial founder of this 26-posture yoga sequence, his mandatory 105-degree heated room, combined with the... Read More

The newest addition to art-filled Canyon Road sells handcrafted jewelry and journals made with vintage wallpaper. Read More

Stop in on repentant weapons scientist, Edward Grothus, at this surreal thrift shop of surplus bomb-making equipment. Read More

If you’re a yogi who needs to work up a guaranteed sweat, steer yourself to Blue Moon. Their “Slow Mo Hot Vinyasa Flow” class focuses on building core... Read More

To reward yourself for taking one of its 90-minute yoga classes, stop off at the Café and order a selection of Body’s raw-vegan-organic truffles sourced... Read More

A local’s favorite in a residential part of town south of the Plaza, Body has a full yoga schedule and a café. Work up a sweat in a 90-minute Vinyassa... Read More

The well-trained instructors here offer classes like Sunday afternoon Gospel Vinyasa and Candlelight Flow. They may not be the most traditional... Read More

Survey the glorified history of Los Alamos and the atomic bomb. Read More

Arguably Santa Fe's most photographed building, this ornate Romanesque cathedral stands in grandiose contrast to much of the city's traditional Pueblo... Read More

The place to go for holidays like Halloween, Christmas, Valentine’s Day, Easter, and Mother’s Day that require a pure-chocolate way to say “I Love You.”... Read More

Beloved by locals for intimate readings by big-name authors, Collected Works is a downtown institution. The last writer I heard speak here was Valerie... Read More

Co-owner Barry Secular may be a New Yorker and baseball fanatic, but he and his staff have mastered northern New Mexican cowboy comfort food. Sit on the... Read More

The rooftop cantina adjoining the more formal, indoor Coyote Café, this rooftop restaurant overlooks Water Street and the Jemez Mountains to the west,... Read More

The 25-foot-tall reinforced concrete cross sits on top of Paseo de la Loma Hill in Fort Marcy Park and commemorates the 21 Franciscan priests and many... Read More

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