The capital of New Mexico, Santa Fe, is situated on a Rio Grande tributary on the western flanks of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, which are covered in snow.
Canyon Road used to be a trade route that went to the Pecos neighbourhood on the mountain's eastern slope. Over 100 artist studios, galleries, and craft studios are now located there.
Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi
A beautiful example of Romanesque Revival architecture, which is distinguished by its Corinthian columns, rounded arches, and square towers.
Museum of International Folk Art
It was founded in 1953, boasts the biggest collection of international folk art in existence, including ceramics, textiles, wood carving, and basketry.
Georgia O'Keeffe Museum
With more than 3,000 of her paintings, drawings, and other diverse creations, the Georgia Museum possesses the largest collection of O'Keeffe's oeuvre in the whole globe.
Santa Fe Farmers' Market
Every Saturday in the renovated Santa Fe Railyard, more than 150 regional farmers and vendors congregate for the Santa Fe Farmers' Market.
The most famous feature is its "miraculous" spiral staircase, which rises 20 feet to the choir loft and makes two complete rotations without using a newel or center pole.
Glassblower A Liquid Light Glass Art
Elodie Holmes, a renowned glassblower, founded the studio and gallery Liquid Light Glass.
Santa Fe Opera House
Santa Fe Opera House, presents a wide spectrum of operatic performances, from classics like Madame Butterfly to newer compositions.