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Santa Fe NM Attractions - Historic Sites, Museums, Restaurants, Shopping

Welcome to the Santa Fe Sage Inn and Suites collections of fantastic Santa Fe, NM attractions. Santa Fe was settled by Native Americans several 1000 years ago, and then became a colony of Spain more than 400 years ago, so he city’s history, needless to say, is quite rich and interesting. For instance, just minutes walking distance from our Santa Fe, NM, hotel you’ll find the Historic Santa Fe Plaza, the Palace of the Governors, which originally served as the seat of government of the Spanish colony of Nuevo Mexico, and the Oldest House and the Oldest Church in the USA. The Palace of the Governors is one of the oldest public buildings in the country, built by Pedro de Peralta, the then newly appointed Governor of the Spanish Territory, between 1610 and 1620. We invite you to browse our collection of Santa Fe attraction information to help plan your stay. Guests of the hotel will find that many activities, shopping, and restaurants are a few blocks away from the Santa Fe Sage Inn & Suites.

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Santa Fe Farmer’s Market
The market that began with a handful of farmers in the late 1960s is now New Mexico’s largest farmers’ market and one of the most widely recognized markets in the United States.

The Santa Fe Farmers Market represents over 150 active vendors and features hundreds of different agricultural products. To further meet Santa Fe’s demand for fresh, local produce, the Market began operating year-round in 2002, and with more and more farmers using extended growing techniques, the “off season” becomes more successful every year.

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