Santa Fe, NM Tourism Information

The City Different

With a storied history that spans more than four hundred years, Santa Fe, New Mexico is a magical, exuberant, colorful journey during ANY season. The city’s legendary history and culture will fascinate and inspire you. The plethora of art galleries and diverse visual arts span ancient traditional art to the most contemporary, making it one of the largest and most important art markets in the country. Settle yourself into world-class accommodations, partake of the sumptuous world-renowned cuisine, and treat yourself to colorful markets. Experience why Santa Fe has been considered a legendary trading center for hundreds of years.

September 3rd is the scheduled date of the 2021 Burning of Zozobra! The Burning of Zozobra is a unique cultural event staged annually by the Kiwanis Club of Santa Fe on the Friday before Labor Day as an exciting and fiery kick-off to the historic 304-year-old Fiestas de Santa Fe. This much-loved local tradition sees the parading of Zozobra, or Old Man Gloom, and his eventual banishment (via spectacular bonfire)!

Santa Fe is also home to Meow Wolf, an out-of-this-world, nationally-recognized interactive art experience for all ages. You literally have to experience this place first hand to understand why it has become one of the country’s most exciting destinations in just over a year of existence!

Additional Santa Fe Travel Resources:

50 Reasons to Love Santa Fe

Official Santa Fe Travel Guide

New Mexico Tourism Guide

Getting to and from Santa Fe  (air and ground travel)

2022 Restaurant Guide (by the Santa Fe Reporter)

Museums, Attractions, Performance, Outdoors

Hiking the Trails of Santa Fe