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Top 30 Things to Do in Santa Fe, New Mexico

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Check out the top 30 things to do in Santa Fe, New Mexico including museums, art galleries, hiking & churches. What attractions will make it on your list?

Things to Do in Santa Fe, NM

There are so many amazing Santa Fe attractions, and that is why we curated our list to help you find the best activities or something new to do during your visit. See below for the complete list of top things to do in Santa Fe, and click on the link to zoom to that section of this post for more details.

Santa Fe Museums

Santa Fe Art Galleries

Santa Fe Hiking

Churches in Santa Fe, NM

Other Santa Fe Attractions

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Santa Fe Museums

Not sure what to do in Santa Fe? Well you definitely have to hit up some of the museums. They cover New Mexico history and art from multiple perspectives, and you can even find one on bugs! Your list of things to do in Santa Fe, NM will definitely include some of these highlights.

New Mexico CulturePass

If you are planning on visiting several museums in Santa Fe, Albuquerque, or while traveling around New Mexico, then see if the $30 CulturePass is of value to you. Each state museum is $12 so you just have to visit three museums to start saving. There are 15 attractions covered under the CulturePass.

#1 New Mexico History Museum and Palace of the Governors

The New Mexico History Museum has expanded into a campus that now includes the Palace of the Governors, Palace Press, and Photo Archives.

The recently opened main building teaches visitors about the history of New Mexico from the indigenous, to Spanish colonization and Mexican heritage, to the present status as a US state.

New Mexico History Museum is on the list of things to do in Santa Fe
Start your visit to the New Mexico History Museum
Palace of the Governors

Located on the north side of Santa Fe Plaza is the Palace of the Governors. One of the New Mexico History Museum’s initiatives is the Portal Native American Artisans Program, which helps support local tribe and puebloan vendors that sell authentic products under the front portal.

The Palace of the Governors is also noteworthy since it is the oldest seat of colonial government despite being founded by the Spanish in 1610, and the oldest continuously occupied government building in the US. This building ranks 3rd on the overall list of existing structures.

Entrance Fee: $12; Part of the CulturePass
Duration: 1-2 Hours
Hours of Operation: 10 am – 5 pm; Closed Mondays November to April

Palace of the Governors in Santa Fe
Check out the nearby Palace of the Governors

#2 Museum of Indian Arts and Culture

If you want a deeper understanding of New Mexican culture, then Museum Hill is a great place to start. Included in the four museums is the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture.

Inside you learn about the different Native American tribes and pueblos, and how their environment shaped their culture. One of the permanent exhibits is The Buchsbaum Gallery of Southwestern Pottery, which showcases the different styles from each pueblo.

The rotating exhibits may include topics such as basketry, weaving, jewelry, sculptures, or contemporary art.

Entrance Fee: $12; Part of the CulturePass
Duration: 1-2 Hours
Hours of Operation: 10 am – 5 pm; Closed Mondays November to April

Museum of Indian Arts and Culture
The Museum of Indian Arts and Cultures is one of the most interesting Santa Fe museums. Credit: John Phelan [CC BY 3.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0)]

#3 New Mexico Museum of Art

Nex Mexico Museum of Art is one of the best Santa Fe museums. It’s located near Santa Fe Plaza in a beautiful adobe building. Part of the highlight of visiting is admiring the architecture including the main courtyard filled with sculptures and murals.

Inside you will find New Mexican art represented from each time period with classics in the permanent collection and more modern rotating exhibits.

Entrance Fee: $12; Part of the CulturePass
Duration: 1-2 Hours
Hours of Operation: 10 am – 5 pm; Fridays May be Open Until 7 pm; Closed Mondays November to April

New Mexico Museum of Art
Visit the New Mexico Museum of Art. Credit: PerryPlanet [Public domain]

#4 Museum of International Folk Art

The first time I went to a folk art museum was in Mexico City, and it surprised me when it was one of my favorites. The Museum of International Folk Art in Santa Fe is no different.

There are just so many things to see that it can become overwhelming. Try to time your visit with a docent tour that begin at 10:30 am, 11:30 am, and 2 pm.

One of the more impressive exhibits was the large scale dioramas with thousands of figurines. Although there are rotating exhibits you can expect to find masks, weavings and clothing, dolls, and many things you never expected. That is the thrill of going to a folk art museum.

Entrance Fee: $12; Part of the CulturePass
Duration: 1-2 Hours
Hours of Operation: 10 am – 5 pm; Closed Mondays November to April

Figurines at Museum of International Folk Art
Be inspired at the Museum of International Folk Art. Credit: Christine Rondeau [CC BY 2.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)]

#5 Georgia O’Keeffe Museum

The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum is small and doesn’t house her most iconic work, but it does leave you with a better understanding of the artist. It’s probably also the most famous museum in Santa Fe. Start with an introductory video about O’Keeffe’s life and artwork so you better understand the rotating collection inside.

It was interesting to see the different mediums she experimented with, and artwork ranging from New York to her more famous New Mexico pieces. Overall, there were probably 50 paintings grouped by different periods of her life along with some of her tools of the trade.

Make sure you download the free O’Keeffe Museum Tours app for the self-guided tour, and don’t forget your headphones. If you still want to learn more, check out the related O’Keeffe day trips from Santa Fe including Ghost Ranch and O’Keeffe’s Home & Studio Tours in Abiquiu.

Entrance Fee: $13
Duration: 1 Hour
Hours of Operation: 10 am to 5 pm with Fridays Extended to 7 pm

Georgia O'Keefe museum
The Georgia O’Keefe Museum is one of the top Santa Fe attractions. Credit: John Phelan [CC BY 3.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0)]

#6 “Oldest House” in America

This two room adobe house is marketed as the oldest house in America, but it ranks third in New Mexico alone. Both nationally ranked #2 Acoma Pueblo and #1 Taos Pueblo supersede it. At least it still qualifies as the oldest house in Santa Fe.

The claim originated from the house being partially built upon the foundation of an earlier Pueblo inhabited around 1200 AD. The reality is the De Vargas Street House is probably the 7th oldest house in America dating back to 1646, which is still rather impressive.

There isn’t too much to see inside, but they did display era furnishings inside along with historical photos. Thankfully there are several other attractions nearby to make visiting this part of Santa Fe worthwhile. The oldest church in America, San Migel Chapel, is across the street.

Entrance Fee: Free
Duration: 15 Minutes
Hours of Operation: 9 am – 6 pm

#7 El Rancho de las Golondrinas

El Rancho de las Golondrinas is a living history museum that takes you back to the 18th century way of life in New Mexico. There are different buildings to wander through filled with staff dressed in period clothing performing daily chores.

The fun part are the hands-on-activities that let you become part of history including tin jewelry punching, tasting fresh bread, and shaping adobe bricks. You also get to enjoy working looms, sheep shearing, and wagon rides.

Entrance Fee: $6
Duration: 2-3 Hours
Hours of Operation: 10 am – 4 pm Wednesday to Sunday During June – September; Guided Tours at 10:30 am

El Rancho de las Golondrinas
Not sure what to do in Santa Fe? Check out El Rancho de las Golondrinas. Credit: Ybratcher [CC BY-SA 4.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)]

#8 Harrell House Bug Museum

There really is something for everyone in Santa Fe. Stop by the Harrell House Bug Museum if you are into slimy, creepy things that make your skin crawl.

There are now over 4,700 insects on display with 150 live animals including spiders and scorpions. Some of these you can even touch or hold! If that doesn’t interest you, make sure you time your visit to see the 4 pm feedings. The Harrell House Bug Museum is one of the best things to do in Santa Fe with kids.

Entrance Fee: $7
Duration: 1-2 Hours
Hours of Operation: 10 am – 6 pm Monday to Saturday; 12 pm – 5 pm Sundays; Feedings at 4 pm

#9 Wheelwright Museum of the Native American

This doesn’t count for much, but the Wheelwright Museum of the Native American is the oldest non-profit independent museum in New Mexico if you needed to add one more ‘oldest’ to your list. It is also conveniently located on Museum Hill, but I would visit this last or wait until the free Sunday.

The interior of the small museum mainly focused on jewelry, which is covered in several other museums included in the New Mexico CulturePass. They do have new exhibits from time to time so see if there is something that peaks your interest before visiting.

Entrance Fee: $8; Free First Sunday of the Month
Duration: 2 Hours
Hours of Operation: 10 am – 5 pm

Wheelwright Museum
The Wheelwright is alright! Credit: Wikipedia

#10 Poeh Cultural Center

Learn about Tewa Culture at the Poeh Cultural Center. They have created a traditional Pueblo village to keep their culture alive, along with an art studio to showcase their work.

Entrance Fee: Free; $10-25 Tours
Duration: 1 Hour
Hours of Operation: 9 am – 5 pm Monday – Friday; 10 am – 4 pm Saturday

#11 Museum of Contemporary Native Arts

The Museum of Contemporary Native Arts is a very small museum with only three rooms and not worth the $10 entrance fee unless you are local and get in for free on select days. The rotating art work was different than what we’ve seen at other museums in Santa Fe if you are a big fan of contemporary art.

Entrance Fee: $10
Duration: 30 Minutes
Hours of Operation: 10 am – 5 pm Monday and Wednesday – Saturday; 12 pm – 5 pm Sunday

Museum of Contemporary Native Arts
Enjoy the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts. Credit: MARELBU [CC BY 3.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0)]

Santa Fe Art Galleries

Still wondering what to do in Santa Fe? For a small city, it punches well above their weight for quality of art and quantity of artists. At last count, there were over 300 galleries in the city so you are never at a loss for artwork. All three below are top things to do in Santa Fe.

#12 Canyon Road

This cute adobe neighborhood is home to over 80 art galleries that range in all forms of medium. The only thing they have in common besides close proximity are high prices. Don’t let that deter you as we didn’t experience a hard sell from any of the artists.

We enjoyed walking up and back down the main road stopping at the unique galleries along the way. The one you must absolutely visit is Nedra Matteucci Gallery. Other than that, pick and choose as you go.

Entrance Fee: Free
Duration: 1-2 Hours
Hours of Operation: Varies by Gallery (10 am – 5 pm)

Sculpture Garden on Canyon Road is one of the top things to do in Santa Fe
Check out the local art scene on Canyon Road

#13 Meow Wolf

Meow Wolf is one of the most fun things to do in Santa Fe, and definitely a trip. You wouldn’t want to be on peyote here as the art installations naturally transport you to unbelievable worlds. Even George R.R. Martin has gotten involved in the project.

Seriously, Meow Wolf is unlike anything you have ever visited. On a simple level, it is a series of art installations that bend reality and utilize all your senses.

For example, the whale skeleton acts like a xylophone and lights up when a rib is hit, and a fridge door opens up to a hidden passageway. There are so many surprises in each room.

It’s just insane and an excellent place for kids and those that want to be kids again. For repeat visitors or those that need to make sense of it, there is a mystery that needs to be solved. We tried, but got distracted and gave up.

Entrance Fee: $29
Duration: 2-3 Hours
Hours of Operation: 10 am – 8 pm Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday; 10 am – 10 pm Friday and Sunday

Meow Wolf building and dog sculpture outside - One of the best things to do in Santa Fe, NM
Meow Wolf is one of the most fun things to do in Santa Fe!

#14 New Mexico State Capitol – The Roundhouse

Visiting the New Mexico State Capitol is one of the top free things to do in Santa Fe. Compared to more traditional capital designs for other states, the Roundhouse was designed to reflect the New Mexico state symbol and is the only round capitol building in the US.

Inside you can take a self-guided tour of three of the four floors, that includes exquisite art work on the walls that culminates in the Governor’s Gallery on the 4th floor. You can also take a peek at the house and senate chambers on the 2nd floor.

Entrance Fee: Free
Duration: 1 Hour
Hours of Operation: Self-Guided Tours – 7 am – 6 pm; 9 am – 5 pm Saturdays During the Summer

Things to do in Santa Fe attraction - Roundhouse
Go around the Roundhouse

Santa Fe Hiking

Not to be outdone by museums and galleries, Santa Fe hiking is not to be overlooked. The surrounding mountains open up a lot of opportunities, and some trails you don’t even need to leave the city. The range of things to do in Santa Fe, New Mexico is breathtaking.

Keep an eye out for wildlife as there are countless birds, deer, elk, bears, and mountain lions nearby.

#15 Old Fort Marcy Park & Cross of the Martyrs

Old Fort Marcy Park overlooks Santa Fe and is a great place to enjoy sunset. You can either climb the stairs to the lookout, or drive to a parking lot at the top.

Not much of the fort remains today, but there is a Cross of the Martyrs instead. This is dedicated to the Franciscans killed in the 1680 Pueblo Revolt.

Entrance Fee: Free
Duration: 1 Hour
Hours of Operation: 8 am – 10 pm

#16 La Cieneguilla Petroglyph Site

If you have to choose only one petroglyph site between Santa Fe and Albuquerque, then choose La Cieneguilla Petroglyph Site. It was fun scrambling up the boulders to see all the petroglyphs along the cliff face.

To make the most of your visit, you need to make it to the top as you can’t see many petroglyphs from the trail below. Bring shoes, some water, and an adventurous spirit.

Entrance Fee: Free
Duration: 1-2 Hours
Hours of Operation: Dawn to Dusk

#17 Randall Davey Audubon Center

Birders in Santa Fe need to look no further than the Randall Davey Audubon Center. You can sit in the gardens filled with feeders and wait for the birds to come to you, or stroll along the short loop trail.

A longer option is Bear Canyon Trail that follows a small stream full of trees, birds, and occasionally bears and mountain lions. 

Entrance Fee: Free; $5 – Randall Davey House and Studio Tour
Duration: 1-2 Hours
Hours of Operation: 8 am – 4 pm Monday to Saturday; Friday at 2 pm – Randall Davey House and Studio Tour; Saturday at 8:30 am – Bird Walk

Bird at Randall Davey Audobon Center
Go bird watching at the Randall Davey Audobon Center. Credit: Grendelkhan [CC BY-SA 3.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)]

#18 Diablo Canyon

Diablo Canyon is the closest place to rock climb in Santa Fe, but is also famous for the many movies that were filmed here. Here are some of the more famous ones you may know.

  • City Slickers (1991)
  • The Missing (2003)
  • 3:10 to Yuma (2007)
  • Cowboys and Aliens (2011)

The basalt cliffs create a great environment for doing both activities, or just going for a hike. The toughest part is actually getting there on the bumpy road. Once there you can walk until the end of Diablo Canyon where the trail is most interesting, or continue to the Rio Grande. You return the same way.

Entrance Fee: Free
Duration: 2-4 Hours
Hours of Operation: Dusk to Dawn

#19 Atalaya Mountain Hiking Trail

If you want a workout with a view, then head to Atalaya Mountain Hiking Trail. It is roughly 7 miles round trip from St. John’s College with an elevation gain of 2,000’, but the views are excellent from the top.

Entrance Fee: Free
Duration: 4 Hours
Hours of Operation: Dawn to Dusk

#20 Camel Rock Monument

If you are traveling north for a Santa Fe day trip along Highways 84/285, then you will probably see Camel Rock Monument. Like the name suggests, it is a rock that resembles a camel.

There is a small parking lot just off an interstate exit, but the rocks are surrounded by a fence so you can’t hop on for a ride. That might be for the better since the closer you get to take a picture, the less it looks like a camel.

Entrance Fee: Free
Duration: 15 Minutes
Hours of Operation: Dusk to Dawn

Camel Rock Santa Fe thing to do
Does this look like a camel to you?!

#21 Santa Fe Botanical Garden

This Santa Fe Botanical Garden focuses on Southwest vegetation, which consists mainly of desert flora. One of the surprises were the statues we discovered hiding among the plants. This isn’t a must do on Museum Hill, but they are still relatively new and growing.

Entrance Fee: $10
Duration: 1 Hour
Hours of Operation: 9 am – 5 pm April – October; 10 am – 4 pm Wednesday to Sunday During November – March

#22 Hyde Memorial State Park

This would be towards the bottom of your list of the best things to do in Santa Fe, but still a nice day out and cheap place to camp. The best time to visit Hyde Memorial State Park is the fall when the leaves start to change colors. There is a loop Circle Trail, and a short hike to a waterfall that is nice.

Entrance Fee: $5, $10 and Up for Camping
Duration: 1-3 Hours
Hours of Operation: Dawn to Dusk

Churches in Santa Fe, NM

It is odd to think of this part of the country with so many superlatives, but it has a rich history equal to many states on the east coast with the oldest church being the best example. Take a look at the four most noteworthy churches in Santa Fe, NM below.

#23 The Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi

The Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi is actually the third reincarnation of a church at this location. The first was destroyed in the Pueblo Revolt of 1680, and La Parroquia was replaced by the current European design.

Besides the stained glass windows and other architectural charms, the most notable item is La Conquistadora that resides in the Rosario Chapel. She is the oldest statue of the Virgin Mary in the US.

Entrance Fee: Free
Duration: 15 Minutes
Hours of Operation: 9:30 am – 5 pm

Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi Santa Fe
Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi Santa Fe

#24 San Migel Chapel

Time to check off another item from the list of oldest attractions in Santa Fe. San Migel Chapel is the oldest church and fourth oldest building in the USA dating back to 1610. It even has the original adobe walls and altar!

We only got to see the exterior since it was closed during our visit, but the inside looks nice from pictures. Don’t forget to ring the bell for good luck! While there, go next door to the “Oldest House” in America.

Entrance Fee: $1 or $2
Duration: 15 Minutes
Hours of Operation: Limited – Try between 10 am – 2 pm

San Miguel adobe church in Santa Fe
San Miguel church is historic and unique. Credit: Wikipedia

#25 Santuario de Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe

If you are into churches or want to check off another oldest thing to see in Santa Fe, then stop by the Santuario de Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe. The oldest shrine to Our Lady of Guadalupe in the USA is located within. There is also a nice statue of the Virgin of Guadalupe outside with a giant rosary surrounding her on the ground.

Entrance Fee: Free
Duration: 30 Minutes
Hours of Operation: 9 am – 4 pm Monday to Friday

#26 Loretto Chapel

Come one, come all to witness the Mysterious Staircase. The 720° wooden spiral staircase is built without visible support or even nails!

The small Loretto Chapel had limited seating capacity. The solution was to open up the choir loft 22’ above, but that was achieved either by stairs that reduced seating on the main floor or a ladder. The Sisters’ prayed, and a carpenter appeared leaving when the Mysterious Staircase was finished.

Entrance Fee: $5 (We just looked at a picture online.)
Duration: 15 Minutes
Hours of Operation: 9 am – 5 pm Monday to Saturday; 10:30 am to 5 pm Sunday

Loretto Chapel Santa Fe
See the Mysterious Staircase inside Loretto Chapel

Other Santa Fe Attractions

Not everything on our list of the things to do in Santa Fe, NM fits into one of the four main categories. Here is the best of the rest.

#27 Santa Fe Plaza

The Santa Fe Plaza is the hub for the city. Gathered within close proximity you can find excellent restaurants, shops, museums, galleries or local artisan vendors, and history.

It is also a great place to relax, people watch, or simply use as a meeting location with family and friends before venturing to one of the nearby places to visit in Santa Fe.

Entrance Fee: Free
Duration: 30 Minutes
Hours of Operation: Dawn to Dusk, Many Shops Close at 7 pm

Santa Fe Plaza
People watch in Santa Fe Plaza. Credit: [CC BY 2.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)]

#28 Santa Fe Farmers Market

You don’t need to be a local to enjoy the Santa Fe Farmers Market. You can come to people watch, sample a new cheese, take colorful and authentic photos, grab a coffee, or stock-up on some fruits and vegetables.

If you do have a place to cook, you might be able to find yak, buffalo, elk, or venison meat. Saturday morning is the main market and your best chance to find exotic items, but they also have Tuesday and Wednesday markets during the warmer months.

Entrance Fee: Free; Nearby Parking is $1 for the 1st Hour
Duration: 1 Hour
Hours of Operation: Saturday – 8 am – 1 pm; Tuesday (May – Nov) 8 am – 1 pm; Wednesday (July – Sept) 3 pm – 6 pm

#29 Santa Fe Opera House

You couldn’t ask for a more inspiring setting for the Santa Fe Opera House. The open-air theater boasts grand views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains to the east, and fiery Jemez Mountains to the west at sunset.

The only thing more alluring are the performances taking place on-stage. Besides concerts, there are multiple operas each summer season with live translation monitors at each seat!

If you can’t make an opera, consider joining the Backstage Tour, and the Ranch Tour that adds in the Opera Ranch grounds.

Entrance Fee: Backstage Tour – $10; Ranch Tour – $10
Duration: 15 Minutes – 2 Hours
Hours of Operation: Backstage Tour – 9 am Monday to Friday During the Summer; Ranch Tour – 10 am Last Friday of June, July, and August

Santa Fe Opera House from a distance
We drove past the Santa Fe Opera House

#30 Bonanza Creek Ranch

If you want to learn about western movie magic, then stop by Bonanza Creek Ranch. You will have to arrange for a private tour, but it will be priceless to join the sets of some of the movies below and relive your favorite scenes.

  • Lonesome Dove (1989)
  • Young Guns (1998)
  • The Missing (2003)
  • 3:10 to Yuma (2007)
  • Wild Hogs (2007)
  • Cowboys and Aliens (2011)

Entrance Fee: $25
Duration: 3 Hours
Hours of Operation: By Appointment

Day Trips From Santa Fe

There are plenty of excellent outdoor and cultural attractions in New Mexico – pick up a guide book and start planning! You can pick and choose, make a weekend out of it, or spend 9 days like we did taking in all the best that New Mexico has to offer. Here are some of the destinations nearby for day trips from Santa Fe.

Find more inspiration in one of the New Mexico guide books below!

New Mexico Car Rental

In order to get around New Mexico, you need to have a car. If you flew into Albuquerque like us, then your cheapest option is Budget Car Rental. One of the key benefits was that they were one of the few companies open until 1 am, which worked with our late flight from New York City.

We were surprised to find that Sheena was able to rent a car much cheaper as an Australian than I was as an American. If you’re an international visitor, keep that in mind during your online research. You could save big $$$…

Santa Fe Restaurants

Santa Fe is a culinary treat if you are tired of New Mexican food, but Southwestern food is still highly featured in the restaurants. Here are three of our favorite restaurants.

Pantry Restaurant

If you are only in New Mexico for a short vacation, the Pantry Restaurant is your best bet for New Mexican cuisine. Will you be having that red, green, or Christmas?

Jambo Café

Jambo Café is where you want to come to spice up your life and get different flavors. Their cuisine ranges from Caribbean to Moroccan and African. Our mouths are salivating just at the thought of what we might order.

El Callejon Taqueria and Grill

For straight-up Mexican food, a good option is El Callejon Taqueria and Grill. Although the emphasis is on delicious tacos, there are plenty of other dishes to excite your taste buds.

Santa Fe Hotels

New Mexico’s capital is a great base for exploring all the museums, galleries, churches, and restaurants. Santa Fe hotels start at $50, and are very competitive considering the cities popularity.

Alternatively, you can stay in Espanola if your main focus are the surrounding Santa Fe day trips since you will be closer to them and prices are marginally cheaper. We chose to stay at Rodeway Inn at Espanola since we got a special multi-night rate.

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Know Before You Go

Best Santa Fe Restaurants: Pantry Restaurant, Jambo Café, El Callejon Taqueria and Grill

Hotels: Motel 6 Santa Fe Central ($50); Rodeway Inn at Espanola ($46)

Next New Mexico Destinations: Taos, Bandelier National Monument, Los Alamos, Puye Cliff Dwellings, Albuquerque

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Updated July 2019

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