Over 100 galleries and studios, specialty shops and restaurants can be found along Santa Fe's most famous street.
Next take a stroll up Canyon Road, dubbed the "art and soul of Santa Fe," a winding road following the course of the Santa Fe River. In the 1920s, the area became a haven for artists and sculptors. The tradition continues today, with shops and galleries occupying tiny adobe buildings, and several sculpture gardens abutting them.
If time allows, stop to visit the historic Cristo Rey Catholic Church, the largest Spanish adobe building in the nation.