For a spectacular spring adventure, head to Santa Fe County, one of the most captivating destinations in the country. You'll find your way through centuries of history on scenic park trails. Gaze up at deep, dark skies illuminated by thousands of twinkling stars and glowing planets. Visit a celebrated living history museum and interact with blacksmiths, weavers and other costumed interpreters. Then walk in beauty beneath wondrous waterfalls. There's no place like spring in Santa Fe County.
There's something about winter in Santa Fe County. It's not just the soft, powdery snow that blankets our mountains or the sun-drenched days and dark, starry nights. And it's not just the blend of rich cultural traditions, or the sublime skiing and world-class spas. It's all of these things, and more, that combine to make the season here both magical and memorable. So plan a trip to Santa Fe County for a winter you'll remember. Read on to discover some must-dos when you visit.
Out along the Turquoise Trail, a remarkable journey awaits. Traveling this National Scenic Byway takes you back through the ages, where prehistoric geology blends with a millennium of mining history. From a spectacular state park to the colorful town of Madrid, you'll travel in the footsteps of ancient miners, gold prospectors and coal miners. Experience Spanish Colonial life in early New Mexico at a celebrated living history museum and visit a sculpture garden created by a renowned Native American artist.