Did you know that Santa Fe is home to the oldest church in the United States? Or that New Mexico is known as the “Land of Enchantment”? Our professional, charismatic guide will take you to the most charming places in the city. They will delight you with fascinating facts at each location and share what is special and unique about living in “The City Different”, as it’s known. It is truly amazing how many stories are hidden amongst the streets and buildings of Santa Fe. This walking tour is perfect for first-time visitors who want to see and do as much as possible in a short time!

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Highlights

  • Fascinating legends about Santa Fe
  • Must-see attractions

Included

  • Professional local tour guide

Route & Duration

Duration
Duration
2 hours
  • 1

    La Fonda on the Plaza

    La Fonda on the Plaza is a historical luxury hotel located in downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico adjacent to the Plaza. It has been described as "the essence of the city's exuberant soul" and offers a classic New Mexican experience in a distinctive pueblo-style building filled with Native American and Southwestern art.

  • 2

    The Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi

    The Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi is a historic Roman Catholic church in Santa Fe, New Mexico, featuring a beautiful blend of Romanesque Revival and Spanish Pueblo architectural styles and serving as the mother church of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe.

  • 3

    Sena Plaza

    Sena Plaza is a historic compound that was once a family hacienda and now houses over 20 boutique shops, galleries, salons, restaurants and a wine shop .

  • 4

    Loretto Chapel

    Loretto Chapel is a historic Roman Catholic church in Santa Fe, New Mexico, famous for its exquisite spiral staircase with no visible means of support, which is said to have been miraculously constructed by a mysterious carpenter.

  • 5

    Barrio De Analco Historic District

    Barrio De Analco Historic District is a charming neighborhood in Santa Fe, New Mexico, known for its well-preserved adobe buildings, traditional architecture, and rich cultural heritage, dating back to the 17th century.

  • 6

    San Miguel Chapel

    San Miguel Chapel is a historic Catholic church located in Santa Fe, New Mexico, believed to be the oldest church in the United States, with roots dating back to the early 1600s and featuring unique blend of Pueblo and Spanish Colonial architectural styles.

  • 7

    The Oldest House

    The Oldest House in Santa Fe is a historic adobe house located in downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico, believed to have been built around 1200 AD by Pueblo Indians, and later occupied by Spanish settlers in the 18th century, now functioning as a museum showcasing the region's cultural history.

  • 8

    New Mexico State Capitol (Roundhouse)

    The New Mexico State Capitol, also known as the Roundhouse, is a unique and striking building in Santa Fe, New Mexico, serving as the seat of government for the state and featuring a distinctive circular design and impressive art collection.

Meeting Point

Our guide will meet you in front of the La Fonda on the Plaza. (100 E San Francisco St, Santa Fe, NM 87501, U.S.).
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Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.