Shopping Activities

Shoppers will revel in the hundreds of shops and galleries throughout Santa Fe as well as its many annual markets and festivals. The cultural, historic and retail centers of Santa Fe are just blocks from the Inn, as is Canyon Road, a lively thoroughfare of galleries, shops and restaurants.

The Inn’s exquisite furnishings all come from Seret and Sons’ extensive show rooms, which opened in 1979 and remain just a short walk from the Inn. Seret & Sons houses one of the largest and most unique collections of central and south Asian imports and antique Tibetan furnishings in the world.

Canyon Road Santa Fe

Canyon Road

Nestled into the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Canyon Road is a magical half-mile in the Historic District of Santa Fe. Stroll this picturesque trail to experience fine art, great shopping, and exquisite dining any day of the week or make plans to attend one of our very special annual events.

Santa Fe Experience

Santa Fe Plaza

The heart of downtown Santa Fe for nearly 400 years, the Plaza remains the central part of the city, hosting Indian and Spanish markets and other annual events as well as community gatherings, concerts and more.

Santa Fe Railyard District

Santa Fe Railyard

The Railyard has long been a focal point for transportation in Santa Fe. Santa Fe Railyard is a hub of entertainment, shopping, food and events. Meet up with friends to cruise the Farmers Market or watch a film on the lawn during the Railyard’s summer movie nights.

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Within the city limits are some remarkable museums – Georgia O’Keefe Museum, Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, New Mexico Museum of Art, Museum of Spanish Colonial Art, New Mexico History Museum and Museum of International Folk Art, drawing visitors from around the world.

The area around the city is magnificent and well worth exploring. You will find at Bandelier National Monument the ancient, 12th century cliff dwellings of the Anasazi. The Sangre de Cristo Mountains span the horizon east of the city and the Jemez Mountains stretch out to the west.