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Things To Do in Santa Fe, NM

New Mexico Museum of ArtNew Mexico Museum of Art

The fact that the New Mexico Museum of Art has been around for 90 years says quite a bit about the timeliness and importance of the work it has consistently presented. Focusing primarily on New Mexico artists that include Georgia O'Keeffe, Maria Martinez and Luis Tapia, this venue features a rich yet relaxing atmosphere that you and your partner will enjoy as you stroll from one gallery to the next on a romantic date. The museum is housed in a Santa Fe-styled building, and the two of you will no doubt enjoy escaping the everyday pressures to relax and take in some truly memorable art.

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Santa Fe RodeoSanta Fe Rodeo

The Santa Fe Rodeo is ranked as one of the nation's 100 top rodeos, and with good reason. This festival event is held every June, and features everything from barrel racing to bareback and bull riding. The rodeo has a rich history, as it has been roping in fans since it first was held back in 1949. This is an excellent family event, as the kids will enjoy the Mutton Bustin' event, carnival rides, and lots of great food and fun.

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The PlazaThe Plaza

The Plaza was once considered the "Central Park" of the city many years ago. Today, this beautiful area with its inviting trees, grass, benches and monuments is still a vital hub of activity. The Plaza is the core of old Santa Fe as it features several attractions, restaurants and shops in the plaza and in the surrounding streets. This site is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is usually the site for many of the city's high-profile events.

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Palace of the GovernorsPalace of the Governors

Santa Fe's the Palace of the Governors is a museum truly built on history. The building was constructed in 1619 by Governor Pedro de Peralta and it stands as the oldest continuously used public building in the United States. Revisit the Spanish colonial period or the Mexican American War when you view the stunning collection of over 17,000 objects that are housed in this dramatic and interesting venue.

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