Things To Do In Santa Fe

Wine Tasting for Two or Four with Syrah Wine to Take Home at Vivac Winery (Up to 44% Off)

Vivac Winery

Multiple Locations

Sip New Mexico wines onsite at the winery in Dixon or at the Santa Fe Farmers' Market

$62 $35

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Movie for Two or Four or Individual or Family Memberships at Center for Contemporary Arts (Up to 52% Off)

Center for Contemporary Arts

Old Santa Fe Trail

Newly renovated arts center screens docs, indies, and world cinema, including Oscar-nominated films; gallery showcases modern work

$24 $12

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1 or 10 Clubbell Yoga Classes at dkb Fitness (Half Off)

dkb Fitness

Santa Fe

Clubbell yoga classes fuse Vinyasa Yoga and the ancient Clubbell—a club-like exercise tool—for a full-body strengthening and toning workout

$15 $7.50

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Movie Outing with Popcorn and Sodas for Two or Popcorn for Four at The Screen (Up to 53% Off)

The Screen

Santa Fe

International, independent, and arthouse cinema projected in 35 mm; digital fills curved HD screen in stadium-seating theater

$28 $14

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Visit for Two or Four Adults at IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts (Up to 50% Off)

IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts

Downtown Santa Fe

Works by Native American, First Nations, and other Indigenous peoples showcase their ongoing contributions to the larger world of fine art

$20 $10

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$37 for a One-Year Family/Dual Membership at the IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts ($70 Value)

IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts

Downtown Santa Fe

Explore a wide variety of contemporary Native American art forms, in exhibitions, public programs, and films

$70 $37

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Introductory Glass-Making Class for One or Two at Bullseye Glass Co (Up to 53% Off)

Bullseye Glass Co

Santa Fe

World-renowned glassmaker hosts beginning kilnforming classes where pupils craft plates, coasters, sculptures, or jewelry

$100 $49

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$33 for $95 Worth of Martial-Arts Lessons — Takemusu Aikido New Mexico

Takemusu Aikido New Mexico

Santa Fe

Train like a samurai with eight aikido classes at Takemusu Aikido New Mexico

$95 $33

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Sunset Train Ride for One or Two with Gourmet Dinner on the Santa Fe Southern Railway (Up to 52% Off)

Santa Fe Southern Railway

Santa Fe Southern Railway

Ride along the Southern Railway in vintage cars while dining on dishes such as braised short ribs, tondi pomodora, and triple berry tarts

$99 $49

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In the 18th and 19th centuries, visitors would stop to rest at the historic El Rancho de las Golondrinas as they began or ended their long journeys along the royal road that stretched between Santa Fe and Mexico City. In the 20th and 21st centuries, Matt Damon, Salma Hayek, Val Kilmer, and the cast and crew of some 30 films used the ranch's 200 scenic acres and 34 historic structures as backdrops to their movies and personalized birthday cards. With preserved and restored villages dating back to the early 1700s sloping through a rural farming valley, the grounds collapse time, bringing the past to the present and the present to the past.

Today, guests wander this living history museum to explore how colonial and frontier life was lived the Southwest. During a self-guided tour, visitors pick up or download a map of the ranch before weaving through a snapshot of history brought to life by villagers clothed in the styles of the time. Feet patter past a molasses mill, a blacksmith shop, and defensive towers where guards kept watch on the horizon and coordinated messages for passing UFOs. With a reservation, docents will lead you through the trails that cut through a landscape dotted with goats, sheep, burros, and horses, fostering an understanding of the culture and arts of historic New Mexico.

334 Los Pinos Road
Santa Fe,
NM
US

With four museums and six monuments, the nonprofit Museum of New Mexico Foundation keeps the state's artistic and cultural heritage alive with enthralling permanent collections, exhibits, and events. Art aficionados can marvel at more than 20,000 works by artists with strong ties to the state in the New Mexico Museum of Art, check out more than 1,300 artifacts in the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture, and attempt to tape their “lost cat” flyers to more than 100,000 items culled from 100 countries at the Museum of International Folk Art. Meanwhile, the New Mexico History Museum’s 30,000-square-foot exhibition space covers topics ranging from the Santa Fe Trail to World War II through art, maps, and photographs.

After each museum visit, guests can stop by the Coronado State Monument, which marks the spot where Coronado and his crew entered the Rio Grande Valley in search of the Seven Cities of Gold and their lost car keys. The foundation's sextet of monuments also includes the stone ruins of a 500-year-old Indian village at Jemez and exhibits on frontier and military life at Fort Selden.

710 Old Las Vegas Hwy
Santa Fe,
NM
US

Bead Fest Santa Fe unites do-it-yourselfers and arts-and-crafters during a four-day celebration of beads, jewelry—and for good measure—some more beads. More than 150 booths and tables set up shop for the event, each ready to restock repertoires with gems, stones, and a hodgepodge of other supplies.

In between exploring the sea of exhibitors, attendees learn about the latest techniques, tricks, and tools at nearly 100 all-inclusive workshops (not included with the price of admission). There, artists from around the country provide education on specific topics in classes such as Intro to Metalsmithing and Wire Weaving, where guests learn the craftiest way to escape prison. Free demonstrations, book signings, and other attractions round out the fest's collection of creative attractions.

201 W Marcy St
Santa Fe,
NM
US

Founded in 1974 by three "hippie glassblowers," Bullseye Glass Co produces internationally renowned glass materials in thousands of colors and finishes suitable for artistic endeavors of all kinds, such as mosaics and stained glass. Aside from being beautiful to look at, most of Bullseye's glasses are compatible for fusing and kilnforming—something that's especially important for glass artists to know. Bullseye also passes on the ancient art of glass shaping through artist-guided classes. Graduates of these kilnforming classes can return to craft additional treasures or explore the cyclical nature of art by turning a wineglass back into a sandbox.

805 Early St.
Santa Fe,
NM
US

At the Santa Fe School of Cooking, students master the craft of cooking under a team of experienced, James Beard Award-winning chefs from a diverse range of culinary backgrounds, including training in Native American, French, New Mexican, and northern Italian cuisine. Through private events, demonstrations, and hands-on group classes, pupils learn how to create mouthwatering regional and international meals in their own kitchens. When not in class, an attached market offers a variety of cookware, cookbooks, and other products available for purchase.

116 W San Francisco St
Santa Fe,
NM
US

Frommer's rated the Santa Fe Concert Association as exceptional. The Washington Examiner, Examiner.com, and Pressconnects.com have featured Opole:

211 West San Francisco Street
Santa Fe,
NM
US