There are so many amazing attractions and things to do in Santa Fe this fall. It can be hard to narrow down which might be best for your time here, but we promise that you’ll fall in love with our vibrant city no matter what you choose. Santa Fe is known for its spectacular museums and galleries, world-class restaurants and dining options, and lovely lodging choices.
One of the very best things to do in Santa Fe is to take your time and explore! Sometimes this is the way we discover those hidden gems or form the most memorable moments on any vacation. Santa Fe is also known as an incredibly walkable city. This makes excursions out on foot enjoyable and easy for a leisurely afternoon visiting the museums, shops, attractions, and cafes that have put this town on the map.
Thankfully, our Santa Fe Bed and Breakfast is in the perfect location for getting to know the capital city. We’re just steps away from the historic downtown area and just a short drive to many of the best things to do in Santa Fe. Our six unique guest suites offer Southwestern charm and high-end amenities. Before you head out on your day of adventure, make sure to join us for a homemade, complimentary breakfast. If you’re ready to travel, check our availability and book today!
Check out these Things to do in Santa Fe this Fall
As a guest at our Santa Fe Bed and Breakfast, you’ll be a matter of minutes away from all of the best things to do in Santa Fe. Take a stroll to the historic downtown area, visit charming little shops, observe the Pueblo-style architecture, and dine at cafes and restaurants. We’d love to help you plan out your itinerary in detail, but in the meantime, here are our top eight best things to do in Santa Fe this fall:
- Santa Fe Plaza: Discover the cultural epicenter of Santa Fe at the historic plaza. The ancient architecture is fascinating. In fact, you’ll see the San Miguel Mission and Palace of the Governors here. The Plaza is a bustling hub, hosting Native American and Spanish markets, perfect for grabbing souvenirs. If you’re lucky, you’ll catch some live music or local entertainment.
- Georgia O’Keefe Museum: Home to the largest collection of O’Keefe’s work and personal materials, this museum is for sure one of the best things to do in Santa Fe. The late artist is known for her abstract depictions of skulls, flowers, and landscapes.
- Canyon Road: This grouping of galleries (more than 100 in a half-mile stretch!) is a must-visit for any art enthusiast. Take your time and peruse the collections of jewelry, sculptures, paintings, and pottery.
- Museum of International Folk Art: This is just a quick drive from our Santa Fe Bed and Breakfast. This museum hosts a giant collection of more than 130,000 objects and interesting displays. It’s known for having one of the most diverse experiences and is highly educational.
- Meow Wolf Santa Fe: For an other-worldly art experience, this immersive museum takes you on a journey with the quirky installation of “House of Eternal Return.”
- Santa Fe Farmer’s Market: Past guests always rave that the Farmer’s Market is one of the best things to do in Santa Fe. They are open on Saturdays all year long, for fresh produce, beautiful flowers, local goods, and wares, as well as art and souvenirs. This is one of the oldest and longest-running markets in the country.
Of course, one of the absolute best things to do in Santa Fa any time of year is to eat! There is a wide range of dining options here, from amazing homemade Tamales from a food truck to elegant fine dining establishments serving farm-to-table-style meals. Here’s a list of 10 of our favorite Santa Fe restaurants to check out on your stay with us. After a busy day exploring our exciting city, one of our favorite things to do in Santa Fe is order in. New Mexican cuisine leans itself well to take-out containers, and our Santa Fe Bed and Breakfast offers comfortable outdoor spaces for a quiet dinner with a glass of wine. Cheers!
Comfortable Lodging at our Santa Fe Bed and Breakfast
When choosing a place to stay in Santa Fe, location can be everything. Our Santa Fe Bed and Breakfast is in an ideal spot close to everything, but we also offer so much more. Our six guest suites are tastefully appointed in Southwestern decor with Spanish and Native American influences. Private patios in a garden setting, soaking tubs, and spacious layouts are just the beginning of what you’ll find.
When you begin your search for things to do in Santa Fe, make sure to book your lodging first. Knowing where your home base will allow you to plan your itineraries and activities accordingly. Santa Fe is truly a magical city, and we can’t wait to show you. Book your next stay today!