11009
New Mexico
Santa Fe and Taos: A Tale Of Two Cities
Get an insider’s perspective on Santa Fe and Taos alongside local artists, exploring the Georgia O’Keeffe museum, enjoying traditional music and learning about native cultures.
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Program No. 11009RJ
Length
7 days
Starts at
1,199
Getting There
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At a Glance

Less than 70 miles from one another, Santa Fe and Taos are the jewel cities of northern New Mexico, seemingly enchanted places set amidst the majestic Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Adobe pueblos built by ancestral peoples still stand, elegant Spanish colonial plazas serve as meeting places as they have for four centuries and beautiful museums display the work of artist-pilgrims who gathered here to find inspiration in the land. Examine Santa Fe and Taos through the eyes of those who have called them home and discover not only what they share, but also what sets each apart.
Activity Level
On Your Feet
Walking up to one mile, standing up to one hour. Elevations of 5,000-7,000 feet.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Learn about artist Georgia O'Keeffe and visit the O'Keeffe museum.
  • Be moved by the ancient Native traditions and cultures preserved in Taos Pueblo and gain insight into the enduring nature of the Pueblo people.
  • Explore Meow Wolf's House of Eternal Return, Santa Fe's exciting immersive art installation.
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Sharon Niederman
Sharon Niederman is an award-winning Southwestern author, journalist, photographer and workshop leader who divides her time between Raton and Albuquerque. Her work has appeared in numerous national publications, and her most recent book, “New Mexico Farm Table Cookbook: 100 Homegrown Recipes from the Land of Enchantment,” received the 2016 National Federation of Press Women’s First Place Cookbook Award. She is restaurant reviewer for the Albuquerque Journal, and her column appears in Venue each Friday.
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Mark Utgaard
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Sharon Niederman
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Janie Miller
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Jerry Rightman
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