UNIQUE SHOPPING IN SANTA FE, NEW MEXICOSanta Fe has been a shopping mecca for dozens of years. Established art galleries in Santa Fe showcase both traditional and modern native crafts and high-quality art. Unique shops offer exceptional artifacts crafted by the many artists drawn to New Mexico by its blend of cultures and robust support of all types of fine artwork. Santa Fe art can be found in a number of areas around the city, including the boutiques in and around our historic downtown Plaza, the many museum gift shops, and Canyon Road, an amazing street lined with distinctive galleries set amidst picturesque gardens decorated with more amazing artwork. This astounding variety makes it easy to bring home just the right items to commemorate your visit to Santa Fe.
Exclusive Discount for local Santa Fe shoppingAll guests at Hotel Chimayó receive our exclusive Local Treasures Discount Coupon Card, which entitles you to 15% off your purchases at some of the best local shops, galleries, attractions and restaurants in Santa Fe, as well as Albuquerque, Taos and Las Cruces.
You can also shop Santa Fe while strolling our historic Plaza, which is just 1/2 a block from the hotel, purchasing hand-crafted native jewelry from artisan street vendors. Tickle your funny bone by picking up some of the uniquely humorous New Mexico souvenirs to be found in nearby curio shops. Significant discounts can also be found at our Santa Fe Place and Fashion Outlets on Cerrillos Road.
Check out these unusual Santa Fe shopping locationsCanyon Road: If you want the ultimate gallery experience, stroll along Canyon Road to enjoy its beautifully landscaped setting, unique Southwestern buildings, and amazing variety of galleries.
Historic Santa Fe Plaza: This national historic landmark hosts the Traditional and Contemporary Spanish Markets in July and the Indian Market in August. These markets provide unparalleled opportunities to speak with and purchase high quality art from local artisans. This area also provides an excellent variety of shops and galleries for browsing.
The Santa Fe Railyard: This combination of eateries and stores also regularly hosts events like farmers markets and art fairs that are open to the public. This new contemporary arts junction is a short walk from the Santa Fe Plaza.