Santa Fe is the oldest state capital in the US and is therefore home to a wealth of history and culture. If you are fortunate enough to attend a conference in New Mexico’s beautiful capital, you will have the chance to explore one of the country’s most compelling and interesting cities in your spare time.
A unique blend of North and Latin American cultures, Santa Fe is a must visit for lovers of art and distinctive societies. Santa Fe is home to many different neighborhoods, all worthy of further exploration. The historic Plaza dates from 1610 and acts as the bustling city center, a must-visit for all travelers to the city.
If you are not completely exhausted after your conference, check out the New Mexico History Museum, which is housed in one of the US’s oldest public buildings. It attracts its visitors with its many intriguing exhibitions detailing how the state became the varied and interesting place it is today. Of course, there are more museum that'll tell you about Mexico. The Museum of International Folkd Art for example.
One of Santa Fe’s most loved areas is the Railyard District, which is home to various trendy galleries, shops, and restaurants. Art lovers should also check out Canyon Road, which encompasses about 100 art galleries showcasing all forms of art from Native American sculptures to modernist canvases.
You will almost certainly be searching for some great food while in Santa Fe and you will not be disappointed. The city is brimming with charismatic restaurants, such as the homey Café Pasquals or El Farol, a legendary tapas and steak joint. Wash your dinner down with a margarita from Bell Tower Bar. This bar is known as the city’s best place to catch the sunset. Alternatively, you can dance the night away at the Cowgirl Hall of Fame.