Santa Fe is one of America’s cultural icons. Home to dozens of local galleries and art showcases, there are plenty of places to take in some of the most unique art in the Southwest. The Canyon Road Art Tour is the perfect opportunity to visit a handful of these galleries while learning about fascinating local history and meeting the artists!
What Is the Canyon Road Art Tour?
The Canyon Road Art Tour is one of the best ways to immerse yourself in Santa Fe’s rich cultural scene. This iconic road is home to dozens of world-class art galleries housing works from local and renowned artists. You can access the road about a half–mile west of our Inn and runs about another half mile until the galleries end. Walking the Canyon Road district of Santa Fe gives you an up-close-and-personal look at some of the most beautiful and diverse art exhibitions in the Southwest. The tour gives you the chance to meet up-and-coming artists, learn local history, and much more! Plus, you can also explore the many quaint local shops and cafes that add to the ambiance of this incredible Santa Fe attraction.
Tours are available on Wednesdays and Fridays from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and cost $35 per person plus tax. While walk–ups are welcome, especially in the offseason, we recommend booking in advance.
Canyon Road Art Galleries to Explore
While the Canyon Road Art Tour will take you through many fantastic galleries along this art-lovers avenue, we included some of our favorite places to stop and take in the best local art.
Our Four Kachinas property provides you with the ultimate Santa Fe getaway. Each of our rooms features locally made furnishings and beautiful Native American art. You can expect a unique stay that’s just steps from the heart of one of the most unique cities in the country. Whether you want to explore our area’s history or revel in the many nearby outdoor activities, there are endless adventures to experience in the City Different.
Start planning your getaway today by booking one of our rooms! We look forward to welcoming you to the Four Kachinas family.