One of the most beautiful spaces to tour, sit quietly, and participate in a Sunday Service. So much history of Santa Fe revolved around here and the Plaza Central area. The ambience is spectacular.
The Cathedral is either beautiful or sticks out like a sore thumb--depending on your interpretation. Construction was started by Jean Baptiste Lamy and chronicled in Willa Cather's Death Comes for the Archbishop. The church was designed by a French architect under Lamy's direction to be dissimilar…
“This Historic Architecture is a don't miss. The story of the spiral staircase is the recounted tale of a real miracle created by the power of prayer. Everything is beautiful here. Often there are performances of beautiful music in this historic place. ”
“Quintessential Santa Fe and not to be missed! Put on your most comfortable shoes or boots and walk Canyon Road's phenomenal collection of galleries and art studios. A visual feast that some claim to be the best collection of art between LA and NYC.”
“A specialty one-of-a-kind museum experience that is fascinating with a terrific gift shop. This extensive international folk art collection includes miniature buildings, streets and village scenes from more than 100 different countries.”
“The museum displays paintings O’Keeffe created throughout her lifetime and explains how each new creative phase added to her stature as a painter. O'Keefe defined a whole era of contemporary art and put New Mexico on the map as an art center. This will inspire you to go to Abiquiu and see the gorgeous landscapes there. Be sure to watch the 15 minute video of her life.”