Santa Fe Art Tour – 3 Days
Art & Culture in Santa Fe
Founded in 1610, Santa Fe is immersed in Spanish, Mexican, and Native American heritage. Winding streets, adobe architecture, and a thriving artistic community make this 400-year old city a blend of old-world charm and urban sophistication. Santa Fe is sure to be among your most memorable destinations!
Program Highlights & Inclusions
- Professional ETA tour manager with your group throughout the tour
- Transportation for your group throughout your tour
- Guided Tour of Santa Fe
- Free Time in Old Town Plaza
- Artist Workshop
- Free time on Canyon Road
- Admission to the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum
- Admission to the New Mexico Museum of Art
- Breakfast at your hotel each morning
- Admission to SITE Santa Fe
- Free Time in the Railyard District
- Admission to the Museum of International Folk Art
When you arrive in Santa Fe, you’ll meet your tour manager and board your bus. You will then take a guided city tour. You will get an overview of Santa Fe’s history, culture and architecture as you navigate the winding streets in and around downtown.
You’ll spend some free time in the heart of downtown Santa Fe. For nearly 400 years, the Plaza has been the central part of the city, hosting Native American and Spanish markets and other annual events as well as community gatherings, concerts and more.
After dinner, you’ll arrive at your hotel and check in.
After breakfast, you’ll take an art workshop from a local artist in Santa Fe.
After your workshop, you’ll have free time to explore Canyon Road, a mile-long stretch of famous galleries and boutiques. You’ll explore contemporary and traditional galleries that filled with an impressive array of works by local, national and international artists. You’ll see everything from paintings to photography, sculpture, textiles, ceramics, jewelry and more! You’ll have time for lunch during your visit.
You’ll then visit the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum where you’ll explore the art and history of the famous artist.
You’ll visit the New Mexico Museum of Art which collects and presents historic and contemporary art from New Mexico and the Southwest.
Afterwards, you’ll enjoy a sit down dinner in one of Santa Fe’s lovely restaurants.
You’ll visit SITE Santa Fe, one of the most unique and influential contemporary art spaces in the U.S. SITE presents the most innovative visual art of the time in new and engaging ways and is committed to supporting and encouraging artistic exploration.
You’ll have free time in the vibrant Railyard District with its upscale galleries and art spaces. You can stop for lunch at the Railyard District or at the Farmer’s Market (open on Tuesdays and Saturdays).
You’ll visit the Museum of International Folk Art in Santa Fe, with over 125,000 objects from 100 nations in its collection, the museum has the largest collection of folk art in the world.
After leaving the museum, you’ll begin your return trip home.