Whether you are visiting Santa Fe or already live here, there are so many things to do throughout the month of July! From the International Folk Art Market, Santa Fe Bandstand, Pancakes on The Plaza to a relaxing day at Ten Thousand waves. Santa Fe has something for everybody! Outdoor activities offer the most scenic and beautiful views, while shopping on The Historic Plaza offers one of a kind turquoise pieces for sale and free live music. Don’t forget to try our award winning red and green chile or take a cooking class and learn how to make it yourself! Santa Fe is historic and enchanting, offering beauty everywhere you look, and don't forget to awe over our jaw dropping sunsets.
Enjoy movie nights and live music on the Railyard, family friendly and the perfect place to relax and play. Unique shopping and great shopping and food.There is something for everyone at the Railyard!
Music on the Hill
Live Music: Wednesday Nights, July 15 - July 15
Bring your picnic food and dancing shoes, Music on the Hill is a friendly environment for your friends and family. Enjoy a free concert Wednesday nights from 6pm to 8pm!
International Folk Art Market
Every year in July Santa Fe gathers at Museum Hill to celebrate the mecca of master folk artists from around the world. The International Folk Art Market values the artists who create handmade pieces and honor timeless cultural traditions.
Santa Fe Bandstand
Every Night: June 26 - August 10
Enjoy Santa Fe’s largest free music festival. Dance, eat and listen to live music every night of the week on the plaza this Summer!
Pancakes on The Plaza
Celebrate the 4th of July in the best way by eating pancakes on The Plaza! Enjoy yummy pancakes and bacon while watching the parade and checking out the car show.
Chamber Music Festival
July 15 - August 20
This six week long Summer program brings together the city of Santa Fe and the world’s finest musicians. To enhance our culture and knowledge of chamber music.
Santa Fe Wine Festival
June 30 - July 1
Celebrate the 25th Annual Wine Fest at 30 El Rancho De Las Golondrinas. Try wine from 30 different local wineries, taste mouth watering food and explore New Mexico's history.
Traditional Spanish Market
July 28 - 29
67th Annual Spanish Market held in the historic plaza will have over 250 artists from New Mexico and Southern Colorado. Marvel over handcrafted pieces and styles including tin-work, straw applique, weaving, jewelry and much more.
Loretto Line Tours
Seven Days a week year round
One of Santa Fe’s most popular touring company since 1992. Learn about historic downtown Santa Fe, Canyon Road and of course don’t forget to take pictures along the way.
SiteSanta Fe expands the thoughts of what a traditional museum experience should be. Combining contemporary art and encouraging artist to explore outside of the box SITE offers creative multimedia exhibitions.
MeowWolf is a locally based art experience, with over 200 artists across all boards you will have the experience of a lifetime no matter what age you are.
Georgia O’Keeffe Museum
217 Johnson St
Monday- Friday, 9am - 5pm
Dedicated to her life, and legacy Georgia O’Keeffe brings modernism into Santa Fe. With a collection of almost 3,000 pieces observe her creative process and the and landscape that inspired her.
Kokopelli Rafting Company
1401 Maclovia St Unit A
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Enjoy an adventure filled day rafting or kayaking in the Rio Chama and Rio Grande! Whether you are in a small or large group you will have a great time during your guided trip.
Whether you are hiking, biking or just stopping to admire the view, Santa Fe is beautiful and serene. Take your furry friends along and enjoy some of Santa Fe’s amazing trails this Summer! Check out the Galisteo Basin, The Dale Ball Trails, Winsor Trail, Atalya or Santa Fe Audubon just to name a few!
If you are feeling artsy Canyon Road is the place for you! With over 51 galleries and 6 restaurants there is sure to be something perfect for you. So stop by and enjoy all that Canyon Road has to offer.
1607 Paseo De Peralta
Saturdays & Tuesdays 7am - 1pm
The Santa Fe Farmers’ Market is one of the oldest, largest, and most successful growers’ markets in the country. With more than 150 farmers and producers from across New Mexico, the Market brings fresh food and fun to Santa Fe.
Ten Thousand Waves
21 Ten Thousand Waves Way
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Whether you want to stay the night, relax or dine out, Ten Thousand waves is the perfect getaway destination. Offering award winning spa treatments and tubs you can easily unwind and enjoy an evening in pure bliss.
Established in 1988 as New Mexico's first craft brewery, Santa Fe Brewing Company is now one of the largest breweries in the state. Offering tastings and tours you will learn about the history, work and inspiration that goes into crafting beer.
Cathedral Basilica of Saint Francis Assisi
131 Cathedral Pl
The Cathedral is a Roman Catholic church located in downtown Santa Fe. Built in 1714 Saint Francis Cathedral filled with gorgeous architecture and handcrafted statues. A picturesque landmark full of history and Catholic religion.
Bandelier National Monument
15 Entrance Rd
Bandelier protects 33,677-acre of beautiful canyon and mesa country. United States National Monument near Los Alamos, New Mexico.The monument preserves home and dwellings that have been carved into rock cliffs by the Ancestral Puebloans that once lived in a later era of the Southwest.
The Lensic Performing Arts Center
211 W San Francisco St
The Lensic offers over 200 film, dance, music, theater, and opera events there is sure be one for you. Spanish Renaissance and Moorish style interiors make any visit enjoyable.
New Mexico Museum of the Arts
107 W Palace Ave
Tuesday-Sunday 10am - 5pm
Known as the oldest museum in all of New Mexico, a showcase for creativity and enjoyment. Offering authentic experiences and a deep connection with art.
Santa Fe School of Cooking
125 N Guadalupe St
Masterthe flavors of the Southwest with a cooking! Learn the cuisine of New Mexican, Native American, Mexican, Spanish, vegetarian and contemporary Southwestern foods.
ART Santa Fe
201 W Marcy St
Exploreworld-class modern and contemporary art, natural beauty and cultural history. Exhibits include top galleries and art dealers from around the world.
Santa Fe Desert Chorale 2018 Summer Fest
July 21 - August 21
One of the nation’s premier professional vocal ensembles, Santa Fe Desert Chorale inspires ad awes the audience with the power of fantastic chorale music.
Viva Mexico! Fiesta
July 21 - 22
The 11th Annual celebration, discover music, food, art, and the culture of Mexico at El Rancho De Las Golondrinas. Taste authentic food prepared by local Mexican chefs!
63 Lincoln Ave
ThePlaza is a Historic landmark and offers the best handmade one of a kind jewelry pieces, turquoise, hand beaded bracelets and much more. Whether you are shopping or not take a walk around the plaza and enjoy the scenery.
New Mexico Jazz Festival
July 13 - 30
Featuring world-renowned and local artists in Santa Fe, Albuquerque and Taos. Throughout the month of July, Jazz Fest is a collaboration with The Lensic and the Outpost Performance Space.
Santa Fe Opera
June 29 - September 10
The Santa Fe Opera's mission is to advance the operatic experience to ensure excellence and present the highest quality performances. With gorgeous views from every angle the Opera is more than a show it is an experience.
Santa Fe Botanical Garden
715 Camino Lejo
Rich botanical heritage and biodiversity fused demonstrate our commitment through nature, education, and community service, presentation of the arts, and the sustainable management of our nature preserve and public garden.
Contemporary Hispanic Market
The 32nd Contemporary Hispanic Market offers artist statewide an opportunity to show off their work! Market attendees can discover over 103 booths filed with paintings, photography, jewelry, weavings, and much more. Held on The Historic Plaza makes this market the perfect weekend activity.