Passionate art lovers enjoy visiting Winterowd Fine Art, a premier contemporary gallery on Canyon Road.
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The Inn and Spa at Loretto located in the heart of Santa Fe, New Mexico is the perfect place to spend your summer vacation. Nestled high in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains at an elevation of 7,000 feet, the historic city of Santa Fe is framed by natural beauty and breathtaking scenery.
Below is a list of attractions in Santa Fe, New Mexico you will enjoy this summer.
- One of the most popular things to do in Santa Fe is to visit Canyon Road, which has the highest concentration of art galleries in the city and is within walking distance of the Inn and Spa at Loretto.
- First held in 1922, the Santa Fe Indian Market displays work in stalls around the Santa Fe Plaza and adjacent streets, selling directly to the general public. This spectacular event that draws an estimated 100,000 people to Santa Fe from around the world each year.
- Since 1957, the Santa Fe Opera has drawn opera lovers to northern New Mexico. The Santa Fe Opera is internationally known for introducing new and innovative operas as well as standard operatic productions.
- Pulsing with free live performances four times a week, the Santa Fe Bandstand start July 5th on the Santa Fe Plaza stage featuring everything from salsa to blues to R&B and jazz.
- More than 200 Hispanic artists gather on the Santa Fe Plaza for the Traditional Spanish Market. This features an array of Spanish Colonial art works, including hand-carved furniture, tinwork, weavings, straw appliqué and images of saints.
- The Santa Fe International Folk Art Market provides a venue for artists to create and sell high-quality artwork on Museum Hill, only two miles from the Inn and Spa at Loretto. In doing this, the Market serves as an advocate for the preservation and transmission of folk arts worldwide.
All of these summer attractions are within a short drive or walk from the Inn and Spa at Loretto. Be sure to take advantage of one of these events and check out our special offers today!
Posted by Sandra Morello, Marketing Coordinator