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Explore the early history of New Mexico.  Visit Pecos Pueblo which was built in 1100AD and occupied for 400 years.  The walls of a Spanish mission church still stand, next to a ceremonial kiva.  Climb down into an ancient kiva - a circular underground ceremonial chamber - and imagine the rituals that took place there 1000 years ago.  The New Mexico History Museum at the Palace of the Governors in Santa Fe.  Built in 1610, is the oldest continuously occupied public building in the United States.  Originally constructed in the early 17th century as Spain's seat of government for what is today the American Southwest, the Palace of the Governors chronicles the history of Santa Fe, as well as New Mexico and the region. This adobe structure, now the state's history museum, was designated a Registered National Historic Landmark in 1960 and an American Treasure in 1999. Museum collection highlights include exhibits on: the Santa Fe Trail, the Civil War in New Mexico, the Rough Riders, Don Juan de Onate. Christopher "Kit" Carson, Lew Wallace, D.H. Lawrence, Francisco "Pancho" Villa, Spain and Mexico, and much more. Marvel at the Miraculous Staircase in the Chapel of Loretto, said to have been build by St. Joseph, himself.  Feast on spicy and delicious Mexican food, prepared NM-style with green chili and love at dozens of wonderful restaurants in the city.  Be sure to make some time to peruse the Native American handicrafts on the plaza, and to browse some galleries or boutiques. There are many other famous sites in Santa Fe well worth the visit. The first is the La Fonda Hotel, once a Harvey House providing comfortable lodging and satisfying food to travelers on the Santa Fe Railroad.  Or, spend a few quiet moments at the Santuario De Guadalupe - the oldest and still-standing church that is dedicated to Our Lady of Guadalupe in the U.S.  It stands at the end of the famous Camino Real, the main route from Mexico City via Chihuahua to the Southwest.

For Your Comfort

Please bring sunscreen, sunglasses, a jacket, and dress in layers.  Outside temperatures can vary widely with season, time of day, and elevation. Be sure to bring a lot of water and juice with you.  It is very easy to become dehydrated in the dry, desert heat.
Santa Fe & Pecos Pueblo