Famous La Fonda on the Plaza has been designated as “the spirit of the city’s enthusiastic soul.” Each room and suite are unique in La Fonda Santa Fe, with hand-carved and hand-painted fixtures, fitted with comfortable lavish pillow-tops. Luxury system dynasty beds and high thread-count linens. Services contain no resort fee, free of charge Wi-Fi, gym center, outdoor pool and hot tub, 24-hour clean parking and spa amenities. Renovations, such as expansive sitting areas, cozy inglenooks, separate living and sleeping areas, and balconies are available through the hotel. The Terrace private caretaker level offers 15 high-class, luxury-level rooms and suites built around a rooftop terrace with magnificent sights of Santa Fe. La Plazuela restaurant is famed for its award-winning cuisine and 400 hand-painted windows.
Museum of International Folk Art
Exhibitions at Folk Art contain No Idle Hands: The Myths and Values of Tramp Art, Artistic Heritage: Syrian Folk Art Crafting Memory: The Art of Community in Peru, plus more than 120,000 objects are on show in the long-term exhibition numerous times. A common bond by architect and stylish Alexander Girard. This international traditional art collection comprises small buildings, streets and village sights from more than 100 different countries. There are no text boards in this exhibition, the cases are numbered. If you miss the docent walk-in tour, pick up a multi-media tour at the front desk or take a printed gallery guide at either arrival.
Situated in the Southwestern United States is Santa Fe, the City of Holy Belief. It was here that in the 1800s seven holy sisters set up a school for girls, and when it was time, they constructed a chapel. This is where the myth of the Loretto Chapel staircase started, and ever since, faithful guests have been gathering to the church to get a peek at the subject of the Santa Fe miracle – the chapel stairs. The whole chapel was planned by renowned French architect Antoine Mouly. Unluckily, Mouly never lived to see the work completed. The construction was completed almost in 1878.
Museum of Indian Arts & Culture
The Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, one of four galleries in the Museum of New Mexico system, is the best source of Native art and material beliefs and tells the myth of the people of the Southwest from pre-history through modern art. The museum assists a diverse, multicultural audience through changing exhibitions, public lectures, field trips, artist residencies, and other educational programs.
Constructed in 1981 as a co-op for Zuni arts and crafts, Keshi has always retained personal affiliations with individual carvers, jewelers, and potters. They continue to buy straight from the Zuni people. Their realistic prices and complete genuineness reveal this. They host one of the major selections of Zuni fetishes in the world and they feel grateful to be involved with these kind and substantial people.