Santa Fe Plaza, Santa Fe
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Santa Fe Plaza, Santa Fe - Address
Address: 63 Lincoln Ave, Santa Fe, NM 87501, United States
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The Plaza is the center of major gatherings, events and hosts festivals and annual markets. The place is surrounded by restaurants, shops, art galleries and is the prefect spot to see the soul of Santa Fe. The park includes the American Indian War Memorial and a performing arts stage.
The park itself is on the National Register of Historic Places and loved by tourists for its simplistic charm with enough trees and places around, to sit and watch the world go by.
Santa Fe Plaza Ticket Prices
- A few nearby places may have admission prices. Visit the official website for individual attraction for precise prices.
Santa Fe Plaza Opening and Closing Hours
- Timings of nearby individual historic attractions, restaurants and shops vary.
How To reach Santa Fe Plaza by Public Transport
- By Bus: Sheridan Avenue Transit Center
- By Train: Santa Fe Depot
- By renting a Car/Bike/Bicycle.
- By Taxi/ Cab.
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Santa Fe Plaza is known for its historic buildings, five star restaurants, upscale shops, but the most incredible time you can have on the Plaza is the Santa Fe Plaza Bandstand shows. You'll hear Cream of the crop talent and join the best dancers in the world on the dance floor! Heck even our men in blue come out for the shows and dance. I had the honor of singing there this year and was chosen top 20 bandstand acts for 2017. Thanks Santa Fe and Santa Fe Plaza!!
Santa Fe is beautiful and the plaza is one of the best parts about it! My friends and I ate at one of the restaurants and just walked around the plaza exploring and window shopping - it was a very fun Saturday. The shops are extremely cool and if you look at the calendar there are usually some cool events going on here !
The Plaza has been the heart, if not the soul, of Santa Fe for over 400 years. It is often overrun by tourists but somehow still maintains its charm and unique identity. Local vendors line the margins, along with musicians and the usual assortment of interesting characters. It's one of the great people watching spots in the world. Admittedly, the surrounding stores (with very public internecine conflicts) have mutated in recent years into high-end boutiques catering to the wealthy. But there is still the wonderful Five and Dime with its "World Famous" Frito Pies served in the bag. And the iconic Plaza Diner is still going strong. Along the North side of the Plaza under the porticos of the Palace of the Governor's is the popular site of Native American Vendors program, where native artisans have been selling their jewelry and goods for over 60 years. During the summer, the Santa Fe Bandstand is a free music festival featuring nationally known acts during which the Plaza fills with locals, tourists, families and friends for sweet evenings under the stars.
Love the Plaza! When I get a chance, I head over and pick a spot to sit and will sometimes draw and be one of the Barricade Crew Members for the Santa Fe Indian Market every august. There are so many events going on mostly in the summertime. Which is really fun! And of course the shopping for those who like to do that. There are also Native Americans who sell their handmade jewelry, pottery, etc. under the portal of the Palace of the Governors (the best part of the plaza).
Don't miss the Plaza on your visit to Santa Fe. We went on a Friday. The local artists were out around the square. We enjoyed chatting with them about their work. There are many eclectic and upscale shops around the square.
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