We believe that Santa Fe is one of the most special and intriguing places in the U.S., if not the world. We love the rich variety of interests, organizations, and activities available in our community and want to share them with our clients and visitors. Listed below are a few of our personal favorites.
Located right next door to The Golden Eye, Pasqual's is truly one of Santa Fe's most popular dining destinations.
Susan Thornton connects the dots from jewelry and gemstones to history, geology, and the remarkable people who’ve impacted the jewelry trade since ancient times.
SWAIA Indian Market
For nearly a century, Santa Fe has hosted Native artists at its annual Indian Market. This is the largest Native market in the world, drawing thousands of people to view stunning artworks, world class entertainment, fashion, and panels devoted to Indigenous rights and issues. Our town fills up fast during this time and reservations must be made well in advance for this unforgettable gathering.
Every July, the streets of downtown fill with traditional and contemporary Spanish art...a feast for the eyes.
International Folk Art Market
In mid-July, Santa Fe is transformed into a multi-cultural city, featuring the art, handicrafts, music, and food from ninety countries. "The mission of the International Folk Art Alliance is to celebrate and preserve living folk art traditions and create economic opportunities for and with folk artists worldwide."
The Santa Fe Opera
World class performances are viewed in an open air opera house with breathtaking views of the New Mexico skies and sunsets.