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Santa Fe is a lively city with a rich history. While you're here take in the sites and visit museums, galleries, and art exhibits throughout the year.

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The Santa Fe Farmers’ Market hosts up to 130 local farmers and producers from 15 Northern New Mexico counties. Vendors only sell agricultural products grown locally and processed items made with agricultural products from the area.

Open year round - Saturdays, 8am-1pm

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The Santa Fe Opera is renowned worldwide for its contribution to a living artform, and for the passion it inspires in performers and audiences alike.

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Santa Fe Pride 

The Pride Drive Parade route will begin at the PERA Building parking lot just off Santa Fe Trail and Paseo de Peralta and will end on Palace Ave.  After the Parade visit the many booths and vendors at Pride on the Plaza. 

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International Folk Art Market

Join us on Museum Hill for the International Folk Art Market in Santa Fe! This year, 164 artists from 49 countries are invited to exhibit their art and take part in the opportunity of a lifetime. 

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Spanish Market

Traditional Spanish Market

The Traditional Spanish Market takes place in July on the Historic Santa Fe Plaza. A popular event for residents and visitors alike, Spanish Market features handmade traditional art from hundreds of local Hispanic artists, as well as live music, art demonstrations, and regional foods throughout each day.

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Weaver making rug

Santa Fe Indian Market

Celebrate Native art and culture at the largest and most prestigious intertribal art market in the world. Purchase jewelry, textiles, baskets, beadwork, carvings, sculptures, and drums directly from more than 1,000 of the “best of the best” Native artists, representing dozens of Tribes. And don’t miss the Indigenous fashion show, as well as the music, dance, storytelling, and comedy performances.

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Burning of Zozobra

The Burning of Zozobra is a unique cultural event staged annually by the Kiwanis Club of Santa Fe on the Friday of Labor Day weekend as an exciting and fiery finale to the last days of summer.     

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Santa Fe Wine & Chile Fiesta

This foodie Fiesta pairs the culinary genius of Santa Fe restaurants with exquisite wines from around the world. Here’s to a week of seminars, cooking classes, guest chef luncheons, reserve tastings, and a Champagne brunch and golf tournament. At the culminating Grand Tasting, sip from the grape and sample sumptuous treats all afternoon!

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Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta

In October the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta® creates an enchanted world of special shape balloon rodeos, twilight balloon glows, and vibrant balloon-filled skies.

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Apache dancer sculpture on Museum Hill

Indigenous Peoples' Day Weekend Celebration

Visitors from all over the world come to The City Different to experience authentic Native American art and culture throughout the year. On Santa Fe Indigenous Peoples' Day, we reserve the day to remember, honor and uphold our valued Native American neighbors from the 23 Tribes, Nations and Pueblos in New Mexico, our urban Indian citizens and all of the wonderful Native American arts, culture and educational institutions that give Santa Fe such a strong sense of place and make it one of the most popular travel destinations in the world.

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Farolitos lit up at night on the Inn and Spa at Loretto

Santa Fe Farolito Walk on Canyon Road

One of Santa Fe's most beloved holiday traditions, the Canyon Road Farolito Walk, lights up the hearts and souls of thousands who promenade this famous path on Christmas Eve.

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