Take a look at the best attractions in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Evidence of human inhabitants in this area can be traced back 11,000 years ago.
Over 100 galleries and studios, specialty shops and restaurants can be found along Santa Fe's most famous street.
Father Lamy began construction on this church in 1869. It is the only French-architecture church in the city.
This Catholic Church is the largest Spanish adobe building in the nation.
This museum keeps the memory of one of the most impactful 20th-century artists alive with a collection of her works on display.
Located in downtown Santa Fe, the museum aims to advance the discourse, knowledge and understanding of contemporary Native arts.
The geology of the Tent Rocks is owed to volcanic activity that occurred here millions of years ago.
A former Roman Catholic Church built in the Gothic Revival style.