El Rey Inn
1862 Cerrillos Road, Santa Fe, NM, UShttp://www.elreyinnsantafe.com505-982-1931 | 800-521-1349
Georgia O'Keeffe Museum
217 Johnson Streetwww.okeeffemuseum.org(505) 946-1000The Georgia O'Keeffe Museum is dedicated to the work of the American artist Georgia O’Keeffe, and to the study and interpretation of American Modernism late-19th century - present.
Santa Fe Opera
Opera Drhttp://www.santafeopera.orgFrom the unlikeliest of beginnings—an opera company located hundreds of miles from any major city, featuring American singers in a wide-ranging and challenging repertory, and treating theatrical and musical values as equally important in its productions—The Santa Fe Opera has grown to become recognized as one of the world's leading cultural festivals.
Marty Sanchez Links de Santa Fe
205 Caja Del Rio Roadhttp://www.linksdesantafe.com(505) 955-4400The course has five sets of tees ranging from forward tees of 5,045 yards to the championship test of 7,415 yards from the back tees. Fairways are long and generally concave, with lightly undulating, mid-sized greens. The opening par 5 is 565 yards from the championship tee and will test your ability right from the start!
Santa Fe Recreation Area
https://plus.google.com/113372152123140062188/about?gl=us&hl=enNew Mexico park with physical, cultural and historic features
New Mexico School for the Deaf
1060 Cerrillos Rdhttp://www.nmsd.k12.nm.usThe mission of the New Mexico School for the Deaf (NMSD), New Mexico’s first public school, is to provide for the unique needs of children and students who are deaf/hard of hearing, their families, and professional partners by providing a comprehensive array of school and statewide programs.
Santa Fe University of Art and Design
1600 St Michaels Drhttp://www.santafeuniversity.eduThe roots of Santa Fe University of Art and Design grow directly from New Mexico’s oldest chartered college, St. Michael’s College, which was founded in 1859 and granted a charter for higher education in 1874. Saint Michael's College changed its name to the College of Santa Fe in 1966 and enrolled its first female students in that same year. On August 30, 2010, the name of the college was changed to Santa Fe University of Art and Design. The new name reflects the mission and vision of the school while also recognizing and upholding the reputation of the college, students, alumni, faculty, and staff.
Albuquerque's International Sunport
2200 Sunport Blvd SEhttp://www.cabq.gov/airportThe Albuquerque International Sunport is a world-renowned, full-service facility that welcomes more than six million travelers per year. As the state’s largest commercial airport, the Sunport serves as the gateway to the diverse cultures, rich history and breathtaking landscapes that make New Mexico.
Ski Santa Fe
1477 New Mexico 475http://www.skisantafe.com(505) 982-4429Ski Santa Fe is nestled high in the beautiful Sangre de Cristo Mountains just 16 miles from the heart of historic Santa Fe, New Mexico. With a base area elevation of 10,350 feet, Ski Santa Fe is among the highest ski areas in the continental United States. The Millennium Triple Chairlift will take snow sport enthusiasts to a new height of 12,075 feet and some of the southwest's finest skiing. The vistas atop Ski Santa Fe are unsurpassed and act as the gateway for thrills including steep bump runs, powder filled chutes, gladed tree-skiing, and plenty of groomers. Our local patrons and visitors from around the world can all find something for their taste, whether a first time skier/boarder or seasoned veteran, we offer complete services for all level of participants. Ski Santa Fe is family oriented, but those seeking a challenge can find their place on our mountain. Come join us and enjoy the winter sun.
Kokopelli Rafting Adventures
802 Early Sthttp://www.kokopelliraft.comKokopelli Rafting Adventures was founded in 1990. Since then, their goal has been to provide a quality recreational experience to people of all ages. Kokopelli guests can expect small custom trips, great food, personalized service, and of course exceptional guiding staff. Their professionally-guided tours focus on the natural and cultural history of the region with plenty of fun and adventure. Whether it's an afternoon or a week, Kokopelli provides everything you need for a comfortable outdoor experience.
Santa Fe Walkabouts
128 W Booth Sthttp://www.santafewalkabouts.comSanta Fe Walkabouts offers guided hikes, scenic walking tours, 4x4 driving tours, mountain biking, and cross country skiing throughout the Santa Fe area. They are happy to customize a trip based on your desires and abilities. Whether a seasoned professional or a casual nature lover, Santa Fe Walkabouts has something for everyone. This is how you truly experience the beauty that is Santa Fe!
1820 Cerrillos Roadhttp://www.pantrysantafe.com(505) 986-0022The Pantry Restaurant, Santa Fe’s meeting and eating place since 1948! Now that you have visited our website come in and join us for a meal. We have been serving quality fresh from scratch comfort food for over sixty years. You will be pleased with our fast and friendly service while enjoying the best chile in Santa Fe. As a family owned business we pride ourselves on serving the freshest and most quality ingredients to all of our guests and we promise to treat you like part of the family.
The Compound Restaurant
653 Canyon Road(505) 982-4353
2010 Cerrillos Roadhttp://www.jambocafe.net(505) 473-1269African, Caribbean, International foods home cooked and served with flair! Jambo is a fun place for just about anyone. Try it! We love it!