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Things To Do in Santa Fe, NM

Tesuque Pueblo Tesuque Pueblo

Visiting the Tesuque Pueblo attraction is very much like time traveling. You will see how this little "pueblo," or small town went about its everyday business through the work its inhabitants did in order to provide for their families. You'll see an organic farm, traditional pottery studios and various other interesting stops. This pueblo dates back to 1694 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. You may want to learn more about the standard pueblo etiquette before your visit.

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Wheelwright Museum Of The American Indian Wheelwright Museum Of The American Indian

The various aspects of the American Indian experience are sharply presented in the many pieces and exhibits that are housed in the Wheelwright Museum Of The American Indian. This museum was built in 1937 by Mary Cabot Wheelwright to study the spiritual ceremonies of the Navajo Indians. After fifteen years of careful study, Wheelwright obtained permission to perform these rituals for historical and educational purposes. The museum also frequently presents Native American art exhibitions as well as an excellent gift shop that features pottery, paintings and rugs, as well as books and other items that colorfully tell the story of the Navajo tribe.

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Hyde Memorial State Park Hyde Memorial State Park

Santa Fe's highly appealing outdoor amenities are celebrated year-round at Hyde Memorial State Park. You'll find several excellent spots to enjoy a picnic or just relax as you toss the frisbee around with the kids and enjoy the scenery. There's also more fun to be had on the hiking trails that offer still another chance to get closer to the amazing natural beauty of the park. Camping is another attraction, as the park offers 350 acres of woods and meadows. Plus, the park is located just three miles south of the Santa Fe Ski area which makes it a great stop during ski season.

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