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Santa Fe, NM Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 52
Total Sleeping Rooms 4,724
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 393
Committable Meeting Rooms* 17
Convention Center Space 72,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 17,836 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 17,836 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $92
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $69
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $163
*Maximum for a single hotel

Santa Fe, NM Things to Do and Attractions

Georgia O'Keeffe Museum

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Opened in 1997, Santa Fe's Georgia O'Keeffe Museum is devoted to the internationally-known female artist, famous for her large-scale depictions of flowers, shells and the New Mexico landscape. The 13,000-square-foot downtown museum was founded to

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Loretto Chapel

Santa Fe's beautiful Loretto Chapel was built from 1873 to 1878. Constructed in the Gothic Revival style and featuring sandstone, porous volcanic stone and ornate stained glass, the chapel stands in stark contrast to the city's adobe churches. It is

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Museum of Indian Arts and Culture

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Santa Fe's Museum of Indian Arts and Culture was founded to inspire appreciation for and knowledge of diverse native arts, histories, languages and cultures of the greater Southwest region. Resting at the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains,

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Museum of International Folk Art

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The Museum of International Folk Art is home to the largest collection of its kind in the world. The museum's collection spans over 130,000 objects from over 100 countries, with a strong concentration in textiles and Latin American folk art. In fact,

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New Mexico History Museum

Opened in May 2009, the New Mexico History Museum features permanent and temporary exhibitions that span the state's early history from indigenous cultures to Spanish colonization to travel and commerce on the Santa Fe Trail. The museum was once a

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New Mexico Museum of Art

Located just west of the downtown Santa Fe Plaza, the New Mexico Museum of Art is home to an impressive collection of works by early Santa Fe and Taos artists. The building itself is a work of art as well. Its design is based in simple pueblo

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New Mexico State Capitol

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In addition to being the seat of government for the state of New Mexico, the New Mexico State Capitol is the only round state capitol building in the United States, designed to resemble the Zia Sun symbol when viewed from above. A blend of New Mexico

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Palace of the Governors

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Built as a government building by the Spanish in 1610, the Palace of the Governors is the country's oldest continuously-occupied building. Following its construction, the Palace of the Governors played a role in the Spanish Colonial, Mexican,

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San Miguel Mission

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Built by Tlaxcala Indians between 1610 and 1628, the San Miguel Mission is considered the country's oldest church. Today, the Spanish colonial mission's original adobe walls are still largely intact; in fact, the church holds Mass weekly. Artifacts

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Santa Fe Children's Museum

The Santa Fe Children's Museum features a variety of interactive exhibits, diverse programs and a beautiful outdoor learning garden. At Make and Take, kids can create art from recycled materials, while Looms allows kids to design patterns with beads

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Tesuque Pueblo

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Tesuque Pueblo has occupied its present location 10 miles north of Santa Fe since the 1200s. Home to about 800 people, the pueblo is one of New Mexico's smallest in population, though it spreads

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315 Restaurant and Wine Bar

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An elegant, intimate venue, 315 Restaurant and Wine Bar is housed in a renovated Southwestern residence. White linens and contemporary Southwestern artwork create a chic setting for enjoying Chef Louis Moskow's classically-prepared French cuisine.

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Geronimo

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As New Mexico's only Mobil Four Star and AAA Four Diamond rated restaurant, Geronimo serves delicious global French Asian cuisine. Housed in a 250-year-old adobe building, the restaurant's savory specialties include fiery sweet chile and honey

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Pranzo Italian Grill

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Located on the western edge of Santa Fe's historic district, Pranzo Italian Grill has been a local favorite since 1988. Serving authentic Italian comfort food, the restaurant is draped in an atmosphere of casual elegance that includes hardwood

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Santacafe

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A Santa Fe landmark since 1983, Santacafe is a unique Southwestern bistro housed in a historic 19th century adobe. The restaurant features four candle-lit dining rooms and an outdoor patio. Entrees include pan-seared filet mignon with green chili

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The Compound Restaurant

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Before it was an award-winning restaurant, the compound was a centerpiece of a group of houses known as McComb Compound, which was frequented by movie stars and socialites. Now a leader in Southwestern cuisine, The Compound Restaurant focuses on true

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