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Santa Fe Plaza Attractions

The Santa Fe Plaza is a designated National Historic Landmark. Admire the traditional adobe architecture dating back to the 18th century, or relax on the well-manicured greens and shady park benches. The Santa Fe Plaza features a performing art stage for live concerts and entertainment, and events like the Santa Fe Bandstand and Fiestas de Santa Fe. Within walking distance of the Plaza, visitors will discover the New Mexico History Museum and the Palace of the Governors, the oldest public building in the United States.

Historic Santa Fe Plaza -

Discover the central gathering place for Santa Fe locals and visitors alike. Located in the heart of downtown Santa Fe, the historic Santa Fe Plaza showcases over 400 years of history. Guests of Hotel Chimayo can explore this historic landmark, located only one block away, and then return to the relaxing comforts of Southwest-style charm. Enjoy easy access to the best Santa Fe Plaza annual festivals and local performances, as well as the Plaza's unique collection of shops and restaurants.
Santa Fe Indian Market

Santa Fe Indian Market -

Representing over 1,100 artists and over 100 tribes, the annual Santa Fe Indian Market at the Santa Fe Plaza is a local event not to be missed. Held for two days in August, the Indian Market transforms the Santa Fe Plaza with over 600 art booths teeming with Native American baskets, textiles, jewelry, sculptures and leather goods. The event also features a host of special events, contests and live auction galas, as well as dance and comedy performances by Native American artists.
Santa Fe raditional Spanish Market

Santa Fe Traditional Spanish Market -

Over 200 emerging and established Hispanic artists showcase their art collection and crafts during the Traditional Spanish Market. This two-day art event is held each year at the Santa Fe Plaza, and is packed with dance performances, concerts, food booths and local artworks. Pick up retablos, baskets, woodcarvings, weavings and more. Admission to this Santa Fe Plaza festival is free.

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