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Sanbusco Market Center - This area was a railroad-warehousing district in the late 1800's and was restored during the mid-1980's and brought back to life. There are many different shops and restaurants. Most of the shops are locally owned, but one can find a couple of recognizable store names. Enjoy a colourful outing in this brightly decorated centre.

Palace of the Governors - This Registered National Historic Landmark was first settled by Spanish conquerors in the 1600's. Now transformed into a museum displaying a collection of books on the history of the Southwest and Santa Fe. Palace of the Governors is the perfect place to gain better knowledge of the colorful history of the region. Native American peddlers sell art, jewelry, pottery and more around the outside of the building.

Villa Linda Mall - Villa Linda Mall is Santa Fe's largest and most up-dated mall. There are over 80 shops and 4 large department stores. Besides shopping you can take a break and grab a bite to eat in the center food court or take in a movie. Great place to people watch!

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Santa Fe Children's Museum Kids of all ages will the love the hands-on activities at the Santa Fe Children's museum. The museum features a kid's climbing wall, snake exhibit, obstacle course, and working greenhouse and offers daily scavenger hunts. A gift shop offers plenty of memorabilia.

Pecos Wilderness Designated as a wilderness in the 1930's you will have a great time exploring the enchanted lands of Pecos Wilderness. Climb the second highest peak, Truchas Peak or hike to the headwaters of Pecos River and be mesmerized by the 100-foot tall waterfall. Bring a camera, there is much scenic beauty here. Maps and information about the area can be obtained at The National Park office in Santa Fe.

The Planetarium Children will love gazing at the stars and planets at The Planetarium located at Santa Fe Community College. Call ahead to find out about special programs and events. The main attraction is held in The Planetarium the first Thursday of each month. Learn about the universe and galaxy in a fun and exciting atmosphere.

Santa Fe Restaurants and Bars

Santa Fe Restaurants

Coyote Cafe - Dine on the unique blend of regional flavors mixed with some international influences prepared by local renowned chef Mark Miller. The festive interior and pleasant staff will make your night one to remember. Happily serving Santa Fe's finest for the past 20 years, Coyote Cafe is usually very busy so make sure to make your reservations in advance.

The Shed - The Shed is in a beautiful 17th century house and serves up some of the best Santa Fe cuisine in town. Quaint and quiet the house is surrounded by many little local shops and boutiques. Try the house specialty Blue Corn Enchiladas with red or green chili.

El Farol - Located on the historic Canyon Road. A local favorite for many years, El Farol is a great place to spend an evening. The menu is Spanish influenced and offers guests many tempting delights. Relax and enjoy live music during dinner and maybe take a turn a turn on the dance floor after dessert.

Santa Fe children's activities

Santa Fe Children's Museum Kids of all ages will the love the hands-on activities at the Santa Fe Children's museum. The museum features a kid's climbing wall, snake exhibit, obstacle course, and working greenhouse and offers daily scavenger hunts. A gift shop offers plenty of memorabilia.

Pecos Wilderness Designated as a wilderness in the 1930's you will have a great time exploring the enchanted lands of Pecos Wilderness. Climb the second highest peak, Truchas Peak or hike to the headwaters of Pecos River and be mesmerized by the 100-foot tall waterfall. Bring a camera, there is much scenic beauty here. Maps and information about the area can be obtained at The National Park office in Santa Fe.

The Planetarium Children will love gazing at the stars and planets at The Planetarium located at Santa Fe Community College. Call ahead to find out about special programs and events. The main attraction is held in The Planetarium the first Thursday of each month. Learn about the universe and galaxy in a fun and exciting atmosphere.

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