You can get to Santa Fe by car, train, or by air, with airports in Santa Fe and Albuquerque. The wide open desert of the Southwest is alluring if you are heading from Texas or California. Originally on Route 66, Santa Fe is a historic destination and the journey is one of enchantment.
The Festival takes place over several days at many of Santa Fe’s Independent Theatres. The Jean Cocteau Cinema is a single-screen art-house cinema owned by George R.R. Martin. The Center for Contemporary Arts is a vibrant art space and cinematheque and the Violet Crown is the centerpiece of the Railyard District.
The best time to visit Santa Fe is between September and November. During this time, temperatures range from the high 20s to high 70s. One can argue that springtime has a similar climate with similar hotel rates, but the festivals make fall the clear winner.
Santa Fe Selection is your local connection to 300+ Days of Sunshine, Green Mountains, Clean Air & High Mesas, Excellent Year-Round Sports & Activities, Adventures in Culinary Diversity & Wine Country, Centuries of Native Culture, History, Art & Architecture.
The definitive guide to navigate the many arts districts of Santa Fe. Carefully curated and easy to navigate, the Santa Fe Art lover will be able to search all the art galleries and art museums. Visit the website or download the FREE mobile app.
Visit your favorite Film Locations. With over 360 days of sunshine and a stunning, diverse topography, New Mexico is not new to Hollywood. New Mexico film history spans over 100 years and includes more than 600 productions.