Popular places to visit in Historic Eastside
You can learn about the history of Santa Fe with a trip to Cross of the Martyrs. Experience the area's lively festivals and acclaimed art scene.
Home to many landmarks in the heart of the city, this spacious square evokes echoes of the Spanish colonial era with its markets, bandstand and live music.
Study the exhibits at Meow Wolf, a favorite museum in Santa Fe. Visit the shops and stunning cathedral in this walkable area.
Hit the slopes at Ski Santa Fe, a top ski area in Santa Fe. Discover the lively bars and acclaimed art scene in this walkable area.
A mysterious spiral staircase with no known origin is the highlight of this former church that now acts as a wedding chapel and museum.
During your visit to Santa Fe, you can do some window-shopping at Santa Fe Railyard. Experience the fascinating museums and lively festivals in this family-friendly area.
Top things to do in Historic Eastside
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Top Hotels in Historic Eastside
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