- Our list of the best things to do in Santa Fe, New Mexico, features the top 59 nearby activities — including 38 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Santa Fe, NM has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Museums & Galleries, Outdoor Places, Sights & Landmarks, and Adventures.
- The results below include the top 34 things to do within the city of Santa Fe, NM , followed by 25 popular activities in nearby cities, including Los Alamos, Cerrillos, Chimayo, Madrid, Tesuque, Cochiti Pueblo, Las Vegas and Taos
Operation City Quest Albuquerque MoreLess Info
Beginning at a designated starting point, groups of two, four, or six use smartphones to explore the city, searching for hidden objects
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1050 Old Pecos Trail, Santa Fe, NM 87505 MoreLess Info
Committed to providing support for both new and emerging and experienced and established artists, the Center for Contemporary Arts and Cinematheque offers art shows, film screenings, and a variety of performances and special events.
The Santa Fe Childrenâ€™s Museum is dedicated to providing children with opportunities to learn about arts, sciences, and the humanities through hands-on play. The museum features a variety of exhibits and attractions.
Thought to be one of the most famous modern railways in the United States, the Santa Fe Southern Railway carries both passengers and freight between Lamy and Santa Fe. Those who enjoy train rides will like the classical passenger cars across the 18 mile trip.
Visitors to the Shidoni Foundry are able to witness 2000 degree bronze being poured into molds once a week to better understand the work that goes into metal sculptures. The sculpture garden is open throughout the week though for those who cannot attend the bronze pour days.
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236 Rio Bravo Drive, Los Alamos, NM 87544 MoreLess Info
An offbeat distillery located in a private home, the Don Quixote Distillery & Winery offers a variety of wines and spirits. Notable among its offerings is the Blue Corn Vodka, and they offer tastings.
The first stop at the Pecos National Historic Park is of course the Visitors Center that allows guests to see a short film about the area and collect any maps or trail guides. The ruins of a Native American pueblo are nearby, and guests can also fly fish.