Keep Santa Fe Beautiful

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Keep Santa Fe Beautiful has unveiled an entryway sign to Santa Fe designed by Sketchbook Studio LLC and constructed by Babcock Construction; grants were used to fund this project. It can be found on the traffic median along U.S. 84-285 when entering Santa Fe from that direction.

Welcome to Santa Fe

Pueblo-style architecture and 17th-century churches coexist here with Pueblo-style restaurants, art galleries, and modern hotels – not to mention its high elevation setting among juniper trees, pinon pine needles, lilacs, rose gardens, and hollyhocks – to form one of America’s oldest Capital Cities. Additionally, people here are some of the friendliest around.

Santa Fe lives up to its moniker as The City Different with an extensive legacy of legend and culture, an innovative art scene, accommodations that blend local charm and world-class facilities, creative cuisine that blends innovation with authenticity, revitalizing spa services, and its stunning outdoor recreation space.

A New Mexico CulturePass is an excellent way to save on multiple attractions in Santa Fe. It grants access to historic sites and museums like the Palace of the Governors and Museum of International Folk Art; several others also provide discounts with this pass. Canyon Road or Railyard Arts District for a taste of Santa Fe’s vibrant arts scene are great ways to experience its vibrancy.

Welcome to New Mexico

The Welcome to New Mexico Sign is an iconic roadside attraction located in Southwestern New Mexico and welcoming highway travelers into the state. As part of New Mexico culture and symbolism, this sign can also be found near Four Corners area; making this destination attractive to both visitors and locals.

Welcome to New Mexico Sign is one of the most photographed signs in New Mexico. Made of metal with colorful designs and an American flag emblem on top, this iconic landmark makes a wonderful decor accent for any wall in any room or is especially suitable in traditional or western-themed rooms.

Santa Fe Rodeo

Santa Fe visitors should make time to watch its world-renowned rodeo! A professional rodeo that showcases bull and bronc riding, calf roping, steer wrestling, barrel racing and other competitions as well as activities for children such as “mutton bustin.”

Experience authentic Southwest rodeo at the Santa Fe Rodeo this June – one of only 60 PRCA rodeos nationwide!

Santa Fe offers plenty of things to do beyond its famous rodeo. Visit the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum or attend CURRENTS festival; afterwards enjoy some delicious Mexican cuisine! There are RV parks and campgrounds nearby offering amenities like water, sewerage and 30 amp sites; some even welcome pets! June offers ideal temperatures to visit Santa Fe while also fewer people and events make this month the ideal time.

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Santa Fe, America’s oldest art center, features over 200 galleries lining Canyon Road – many specializing in traditional Southwestern artwork while other genres such as modern sculpture and contemporary painting are also represented here.

Santa Fe’s historic adobe architecture provides the perfect canvas for public art installations that embody culture and history in uniquely expressive ways that cannot be found elsewhere.

photo-eye Gallery is pleased to host Steve Fitch: American Motel Signs 1980-2018, an online solo exhibition which celebrates the publication of Fitch’s book with the same title. These vibrant photographs depict Fitch’s search for visual remnants that dot highway expanses across the West.