Santa Fe, New Mexico, is well known for its history, culture, and architecture. Groups enjoy Southwestern dining, outdoor recreation, and countless eclectic experiences in “The City Different.”


Santa Fe Art Tours facilitates group trips to galleries and arranges meetings with artists at stops showcasing Hopi pottery, Southwestern wood carvings, turquoise jewelry, Native American sculptures, and more. Don’t miss the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, filled with paintings, drawings, and sculptures of the preeminent Southwestern artist.

Indigenous Peoples Day,
Credit: Visit Santa Fe


Bandelier National Monument, about 22 miles outside the city, is a great place to learn about archeology. Hike the Main Pueblo Loop, a popular 1.4-mile hiking trail. Indulge in a Wander New Mexico Food Tour, which stops at multiple restaurants for local food and drinks, paired with a side of history.


Bring your group to Meow Wolf’s House of Eternal Return, an arts and entertainment company that creates immersive and interactive art experiences. Be transported into fantastic realms of color, story, and imagination.

Meow Wolf,
Credit: Visit Santa Fe


Founded in 1610, the Santa Fe Plaza is on the National Register of Historic Places and continues to be the cultural centerpiece of the city. Step inside the Loretto Chapel and The Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi. Listen to live music while you shop for authentic Native American treasures. To discover more about the city’s past, visit the New Mexico History Museum, as well as The Palace of the Governors, the original capitol building. The museum features artifacts, documents, and 18th-century paintings to understand the influence of local Indigenous tribes.

Main Image: Cathedral Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi; Credit: Visit Santa Fe