To Do in Santa Fe



Santa Fe Farmers Market brochure
Santa Fe Farmers Market

1607 Paseo de Peralta

Railyard Market OPEN SATURDAYS YEAR ROUND.  Tuesday Farmers Market Open May through November.

farmers market, fresh food, locally grown fruits, veggies, honey, eggs, cheese, grass-fed meats, baked goods, body care, herbals

Kokopelli Rafting brochure
Kokopelli Rafting Adventures

Pilar, New Mexico

Trips on both New Mexico and Colorado rivers.

outdoor, adventure, rafting, river, hiking, trip, fun, kids

The Railyard brochure
The Railyard

This district of galleries, restaurants, shopping and the Santa Fe Farmers Market is near downtown, and served by local free shuttles and the Rail Runner train.

arts, restaurants, galleries, shopping

New Mexico River Adventures
New Mexico River Adventures

2217 Hwy 68, Embudo NM 87531

White Water Rafting — Kayaking — Mountain Biking.

river, rafting, white water, outdoor adventure, kayaking, mountain biking, tours, guides

Ski Santa Fe brochure

With an average of 225 inches per year, snowmaking on 50% of the mountain, and 1,725 vertical feet of skiing from the 10,350 base provides a fantastic ski experience just 25 minutes from downtown Santa Fe.  Nursery and daycare, complete rental shop, adult, children and group lessons, and seven lifts serving a wide variety terrain for all abilities and ages.

ski, skiing, outdoors, adventure, snowboarding, ski lessons, snowboard lessons, instructors, lessons

Harrell House Bug Museum brochure
The Harrell House Bug Museum

177 B Paseo de Paralta

See exotic and amazing insects as well as other natural “oddities” at the local bug museum.

bug museum, kids, children, gifts, toys, insects, unique

Santa Fe Artists Market brochure
Santa Fe Artists Market

The Railyard District

Arts and crafts from LOCAL ARTISTS.

art, folk art, gallery, pottery, handmade, gifts, fine art, new mexico, southwest, santa fe, local, affordable, paintings