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Santa Fe, New Mexico offers the Santa Fe Opera, Canyon Road, the Turquoise Trail Scenic and Historic Area, the Santa Fe Farmers Market, the Santa Fe Southern Railway and the Santa Fe Vineyards.

 

Camel Rock Casino, Bishop?s Lodge, the Cities of Gold Casino, Sanjevani, Ameilia White Park, Museum Hill, Barrio Analco, Loretto Chapel, Awakening Museum, the Laboratory of Anthropology and Bataan Memorial Museum provide hours of family fun.

 

Also available in Santa Fe are the Cross of the Martyrs, the Institute of American Indian Arts Museum, , El Rancho de las Golondrinas, the Georgia O?Keeffe Museum, El Zaguan, Fort Marcy and the Sanutuario de Guadalupe.

 

Most tourists frequent the Museum of Fine Arts, St. Francis Cathedral, the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, Santa Fe Plaza, the Museum of International Folk Art, the Santa Fe Children?s Museum, San Miguel Mission Church, the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art and the Palace of the Governors.

 

Some enjoy the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, the outdoor sculptures like Kateri Tekakwitha, the Wheelwright museum of the American Indian, the Santa Fe Community Orchestra, Hyde Memorial State Park, the Sangre de Cristo Chorale, the Santa Fe National Forest, the Paolo Soleri Outdoor Amphitheater and the Maria Benitez Teatro Flamenco.

 

Others prefer the Lensic Performing Arts Center, the Governor?s Gallery, Bandelier National Momunement, the Greer Garson Theater, the Center for Contemporary Arts, the Santa Fe Playhouse, the Santa Fe Pro Musica, Theaterwork, Santa Fe Stages, the Southwest Children?s Theatre, the Santa Fe Women?s Ensemble, the Serenata of Santa Fe, the St. Francis Auditorium and the Shidoni Sculpture Garden.

 

For action-adventure, tourists locate the Santa Fe Rafting Company, J.W. Eaves Movie Ranch, the Genoveva Chavez Community Center, the Santa Fe Country Club, Kokopelli Rafting Adventures, Quail Run Golf Course, New Wave Rafting and the Marty Sanchez Links.

 

The Wingspread Collector?s Guide and New Mexico Magazine contain valuable information about Santa Fe, New Mexico.

 

Dining options about throughout Santa Fe, New Mexico. Among the local options are Anasazi, Gabriel?s, Shohko-Café, Carlo?s Gospel Café, Garduno?s Restaurant & Cantina, Santa Café, Old Mexico Grill, Plaza Restaurant, Bagelmania, Sakura, Java Joe?s, Pinon Grill, Café Pasqual?s, Pranzo Italian Grill, Corn Dance Café, Santa Fe Steakhouse, El Farol, Fabio?s Grill, Julian?s Restaurant, Jinja Asia Café, La Choza Restaurant, Old House, Geronimo, Maria?s New Mexican Kitchen, Cowgirl Bar B Q and Western Grill, Mu Du Noodles, Zia Diner and Ristra.

 

Santa Fe?s lodging facilities include Water Street Inn, Sunterra Resorts, Adobe Abode, La Posada de Santa Fe Resort







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