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Burn Zozobra and Our 2022 Gloom

For 98 years, Santa Fe's original burning man Zozobra, a 50-foot tall, storied marionette, has been built anew. And each year he is stuffed with thousands of paper "glooms"––love letters, divorce papers, photos, speeding tickets, bad habits, hurt feelings––to go up in smoke (and disappear from our…

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7 outdoor adventures for the whole family

The City Different is home to countless world-class museums and galleries, longstanding art festivals and markets, distinct and iconic Pueblo Revival architecture, and award-winning restaurants and chefs. You may visit to experience the arts and culture capital of the Southwest, but don't miss our…

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Things to Do in April

It’s officially spring, drawing our attention to the blooming of Santa Fe’s vast, high-elevation landscape. Artists and art lovers have long been inspired by it, so too our tri-cultural influences, our rich history, and our modern, yet outpost-like vibe. Not to mention The City Different’s…

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Santa Fe Spring Travel FAQs

Why is Spring the best time to visit Santa Fe? Spring is quieter than the summer, and yet not as quiet as winter. The locals are thrilled to welcome you into their galleries, retail shops, and restaurants, in part because they have just emerged from a slower season and they are rejuvenated! Also…

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Family-Fantastic Santa Fe

A well-planned trip to Santa Fe can be fantastically fun and memorable for the entire family, no matter the ages of the children, no matter the season, no matter your interests—active and athletic, outdoorsy and environmental, artsy and historic, exploratory and adventurous. Let’s start with the…

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