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Santa Fe, NM 87507
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Things To Do in Santa Fe, NM

Shidoni Arts Shidoni Arts

Shidoni Arts creates art while being a work of art in and of itself. This stunning sculpture gallery is worth the ten-minute drive north on Bishop's Lodge Road to Tesuque Valley where the Shidoni Gallery is located. The expertly manicured grounds of the gallery are something truly amazing to behold, and you can stroll around to take in the amazing sculptures displayed there that lead to a calming, babbling brook. Depending on the time of your visit, you can actually see sculptures being poured in the working foundry.

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Native Treasures Indian Arts Festival Native Treasures Indian Arts Festival

The Native American role in Santa Fe's rich history is a significant one, and that fact is celebrated every May with the Native Treasures Indian Arts Festival. Shop for beautiful jewelry and other one-of-a-kind pieces made by more than 180 established and emerging artists from the Native American pueblos and tribes. The proceeds from the event benefit the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture.

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Theater Grottesco Theater Grottesco

The actors who often take the stage at Theater Grottesco love to challenge their audiences. These performers are as versatile as they are talented, and that is quite obvious from the far-ranging selection of material that the group performs year round. From side-splitting comedy entertainment to stern-faced dramas to buoyant dance numbers, these pros can do it all. And, in addition to offering such fine theatrical performances, their work is often thought-provoking and emotionally charged to the point that what they do within the confines of their characters will make a lasting imprint on you long after the curtain has come down.

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Palace of the Governors Palace 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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