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Santa Fe: Historic Downtown Self-Guided Audio Walking Tour

Santa Fe: Historic Downtown Self-Guided Audio Walking Tour

Explore downtown Santa Fe with the help of an insightful audio tour. Be fully immersed in the city and go at your pace with a flexible app. On the tour you’ll learn about the times of the Spanish Conquistadores, the Crypto Jewish people, the Santa Fe Trail, and the scientists of the Manhattan Project. Listen to the stories of the Pueblo Native People, some of the oldest tribal communities in the nation. Hear about the outlaw and gunfighter Billy the Kid. Pass by the Georgia O’Keeffe museum and learn about her art. Discover Zozobra, a marionette that is burnt before the annual Fiestas de Santa Fe. Stroll past San Miguel chapel, known as the oldest church in the US. Even hear tips on how to make your food in the Christmas Santa Fe style. Enjoy professional narration, production, and music to bring history to life.

Santa Fe's Historic Gems: A Self-Guided Walking Tour

Santa Fe's Historic Gems: A Self-Guided Walking Tour

Start by downloading the Action Tour Guide app, which will function as your personal tour guide, audio tour, and map all in one. This self-guided walking tour of Santa Fe offers a deep dive into the city's rich history and culture, spanning centuries from the Spanish colonial era to the present United States period. Your journey begins at the San Miguel Chapel, the oldest church in the U.S., where you'll uncover stories of its past. Next, marvel at the architectural wonder of the Loretto Chapel and its legendary Miracle Staircase. Stroll down E Water St, delving into the tales of Spanish settlers, and stop by the magnificent Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi. Along the way, you’ll learn about Po'pay and his daring revolt against the Spanish. Hear about the warriors who besieged the Palace of the Governors and find out what happened after the dust finally cleared. Along the way, you’ll stroll through the bustling Santa Fe Plaza, which still looks much like it did during the days of Spanish rule! Indulge in a delightful detour to chocolate + cashmere in downtown Santa Fe—a building which harbors a secret history you’ll never guess! Finally, you’ll head toward Fort Marcy Park and hear how New Mexico ultimately became property of the United States. You’ll ascend to the Cross of the Martyrs, offering sweeping views of this mountain capital’s gorgeous downtown. Your tour concludes here.

Santa Fe Scavenger Hunt Walking Tour and Game

Santa Fe Scavenger Hunt Walking Tour and Game

Enjoy a self-guided walking tour of beautiful and interesting parts of Santa Fe, New Mexico while following clues on your smartphone and solving interesting puzzles along the way. Play with your private group as the game guides you through the town. Score points for correct answers and try to get a high score on the leaderboard. Explore Santa Fe, New Mexico at your own pace. See the historic Old Santa Fe Trail, New Mexico State Capitol, Santa Fe Plaza, St. Francis of Assisi Basilica, Loretto Chapel, and much more. Discover some of what makes this area so popular with both locals and tourists alike. Enjoy fun challenges with family and friends that are perfect for all ages. Work together with your group to solve the 21 challenges on the scavenger hunt as you walk approximately 1 mile. Play any time that fits your schedule.

Santa Fe Scavenger Hunt

Santa Fe Scavenger Hunt

Guided from any smartphone, on this tour groups make their way among well-known and overlooked gems of the city, solving clues and completing challenges while learning local history. The adventure begins in the heart of Santa Fe and takes you on an exciting journey through the best sights of this historic town. You will explore churches and cathedrals, investigate outdoor art, tour the town square and see a famous historic hotel. The tour requires approximately 2.5 miles of walking and generally takes between 2-3 hours to complete.   Using a smart phone as the guide allows participants to start when they want and determine their own pace of play. Stop for a leisurely lunch or race another team to the finish.

Santa Fe: Meow Wolf's House of Eternal Return Ticket

Santa Fe: Meow Wolf's House of Eternal Return Ticket

At House of Eternal Return, people of all ages are encouraged to explore a curious family home, a mysterious tragedy born out of scientific experimentation, and the spectacular dreamworlds that have emerged in its wake. Simultaneously an expression of punk subversion and magical humanness, Meow Wolf Santa Fe is an art experience that's boldly playful in its presentation and willingness to reveal the hands of its creators.

New Mexico: Self Guided Driving & Walking Audio Tour

New Mexico: Self Guided Driving & Walking Audio Tour

Start by downloading the Action Tour Guide app, which will function as your personal tour guide, audio tour, and map all in one. Once downloaded, you can begin your New Mexico journey at any of the three locations in the Land of Enchantment. Your tour of Carlsbad Caverns will lead you deep into the Earth. 750 feet deep, to be exact! As you journey through soaring caverns and echoing chambers, you’ll retrace the history of this one-of-a-kind national park. Discover how these enormous caves formed. Find out who put them on the map. Learn to identify the different formations along the way. And so much more! This journey along a safe and easy walkway through Carlsbad Caverns is one you won’t soon forget. Your adventure in the sprawling dunes of White Sands National Park begins at the park entrance and winds through the shimmering sands. As you drive, you’ll uncover the origins of this incredible landscape and hear a few tips and tricks for navigating the dunes. Then you’ll hike the famous Alkali Flat Trail for views you won’t find anywhere else in the world. Along the way, you’ll uncover stories of Wild West murder mysteries, ancient lakes, and of course J. Robert Oppenheimer’s atomic bomb. In Santa Fe, you’ll stroll beautifully preserved historic streets full of architecture dating back to the old Spanish era. Explore the Santa Fe Plaza, marvel at the centuries-old adobe structures, and stop in at any of the plentiful shops, restaurants, and galleries. Plus, you’ll relive the dramatic true story of the Pueblo Revolt which changed the course of history in New Mexico. If you want to discover New Mexico and find out what makes it the Land of Enchantment, there’s no better choice than this bundle of self-guided tours all over the state.

Santa Fe: Canyon Road Arts District Walking Tour

Santa Fe: Canyon Road Arts District Walking Tour

This Canyon Road walking tour offers a curated perspective on Santa Fe's premier arts district. Explore several galleries, covering a range of styles and mediums. Meet local artists and learn ways to interpret and analyze art. Home to over 80 art galleries, Canyon Road is a must-see in Santa Fe for art fans, new and experienced. Delve into the art, ask questions, and get to know local artists and gallerists. Visit galleries known for their fun, unique artworks, and consistent quality. Explore landmark exhibits as well as off-the-beaten-path gems that surprise even locals. Learn about the history of the area and how Canyon Road became a hotspot for the arts.  Interactive and conversational, these tours are designed to get people looking, chatting, and enjoying the art of Canyon Road in new ways.

App Self-drived road route 66 Amarillo a Santa Fe

App Self-drived road route 66 Amarillo a Santa Fe

Embark on a road trip from Amarillo to Santa Fe, New Mexico, and discover the changing landscapes of the American Southwest. Visit iconic sites like Cadillac Ranch and Palo Duro Canyon, and stop at the midpoint of Route 66 in Adrian, Texas. Start your journey in Amarillo and consider visiting the Big Texan Steak Ranch, famous for their 72-ounce steak challenge. Even if you're not ready to take on the challenge, its unique and themed atmosphere is a fun stop. On the way to Santa Fe, drive through changing landscapes, from the Texas plains to the heights of New Mexico. Before venturing out of town, explore the Route 66 Historic District in Amarillo, which offers a nostalgic collection of shops, restaurants, and antiques that capture the essence of Route 66. Stop at Adrian, Texas, the midpoint of historic Route 66, with a coffee shop that celebrates this fact. It is a perfect place for an emblematic photo and to feel part of the history of this road. Continue to Santa Rosa, New Mexico, known as the "City of Natural Lakes." Santa Rosa offers a refreshing opportunity to immerse yourself in crystal blue waters, such as the Blue Hole, a deep natural pool that is a paradise for divers. Finally, arrive in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and be welcomed by its rich tapestry of art, culture, and history. Be sure to explore the Museum of International Folk Art, which displays the largest collection of folk art in the world, with more than 130,000 objects from more than 100 countries. Visit the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, dedicated to the life, art, and legacy of Georgia O'Keeffe, offering a deep dive into her work, influenced by the landscape of New Mexico.

Santa Fe: Individual + Group Astrology Readings

Santa Fe: Individual + Group Astrology Readings

Astrological interpretations can help us understand our purpose and path in this lifetime. You’ll not only learn about your personal soul curriculum and what you came here to experience, but you'll also gain validation of your intuition and clarity about where you’re at in your evolutionary journey. Group experiences provide an additional layer of insight, support, and potential transformation as you listen to each other's readings. Together you'll see how connected each of us are to the shared themes of our personal stories. Group experiences are hosted in the comfort of your space and include print-outs of your natal chart and a 30-45 minute reading per person. Each person provides their birth data (birthday, birth time, and city of birth) and any relevant curiosities or questions prior to our experience. I also weave in my intuitive counseling approach to facilitate a deeper integration of the information so that you leave feeling renewed and transformed.

Downtown Plaza "Sip and Savor" Half-day Food Tour

Downtown Plaza "Sip and Savor" Half-day Food Tour

Our most popular tour, this is the classic Santa Fe food & drink adventure. We will explore the downtown Historic Plaza neighborhood by foot while sampling the best in local food and wine. You will have a chance to sample classic New Mexican flavors, as well as get a taste of what’s new and exciting in Santa Fe’s food scene. Along the way, you’ll learn about the city’s long and fascinating history, with an emphasis on how Native, Hispanic, and Anglo cultures shaped – and were shaped by – the region’s unique (and delicious!) food culture. NOTE: all of our tours are designed with adventurous eaters in mind. All tastings have been curated and pre-selected. We are able to offer vegetarian and gluten free alternatives at all tour stops - you will have an opportunity to indicate this during the checkout process.

Santa Fe, New Mexico

Santa Fe, New Mexico

Our most recommended Santa Fe, New Mexico Solo travelers' tours

Santa Fe: Historic Downtown Self-Guided Audio Walking Tour

Santa Fe: Historic Downtown Self-Guided Audio Walking Tour

Explore downtown Santa Fe with the help of an insightful audio tour. Be fully immersed in the city and go at your pace with a flexible app. On the tour you’ll learn about the times of the Spanish Conquistadores, the Crypto Jewish people, the Santa Fe Trail, and the scientists of the Manhattan Project. Listen to the stories of the Pueblo Native People, some of the oldest tribal communities in the nation. Hear about the outlaw and gunfighter Billy the Kid. Pass by the Georgia O’Keeffe museum and learn about her art. Discover Zozobra, a marionette that is burnt before the annual Fiestas de Santa Fe. Stroll past San Miguel chapel, known as the oldest church in the US. Even hear tips on how to make your food in the Christmas Santa Fe style. Enjoy professional narration, production, and music to bring history to life.

Santa Fe's Historic Gems: A Self-Guided Walking Tour

Santa Fe's Historic Gems: A Self-Guided Walking Tour

Start by downloading the Action Tour Guide app, which will function as your personal tour guide, audio tour, and map all in one. This self-guided walking tour of Santa Fe offers a deep dive into the city's rich history and culture, spanning centuries from the Spanish colonial era to the present United States period. Your journey begins at the San Miguel Chapel, the oldest church in the U.S., where you'll uncover stories of its past. Next, marvel at the architectural wonder of the Loretto Chapel and its legendary Miracle Staircase. Stroll down E Water St, delving into the tales of Spanish settlers, and stop by the magnificent Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi. Along the way, you’ll learn about Po'pay and his daring revolt against the Spanish. Hear about the warriors who besieged the Palace of the Governors and find out what happened after the dust finally cleared. Along the way, you’ll stroll through the bustling Santa Fe Plaza, which still looks much like it did during the days of Spanish rule! Indulge in a delightful detour to chocolate + cashmere in downtown Santa Fe—a building which harbors a secret history you’ll never guess! Finally, you’ll head toward Fort Marcy Park and hear how New Mexico ultimately became property of the United States. You’ll ascend to the Cross of the Martyrs, offering sweeping views of this mountain capital’s gorgeous downtown. Your tour concludes here.

Santa Fe Scavenger Hunt Walking Tour and Game

Santa Fe Scavenger Hunt Walking Tour and Game

Enjoy a self-guided walking tour of beautiful and interesting parts of Santa Fe, New Mexico while following clues on your smartphone and solving interesting puzzles along the way. Play with your private group as the game guides you through the town. Score points for correct answers and try to get a high score on the leaderboard. Explore Santa Fe, New Mexico at your own pace. See the historic Old Santa Fe Trail, New Mexico State Capitol, Santa Fe Plaza, St. Francis of Assisi Basilica, Loretto Chapel, and much more. Discover some of what makes this area so popular with both locals and tourists alike. Enjoy fun challenges with family and friends that are perfect for all ages. Work together with your group to solve the 21 challenges on the scavenger hunt as you walk approximately 1 mile. Play any time that fits your schedule.

Santa Fe Scavenger Hunt

Santa Fe Scavenger Hunt

Guided from any smartphone, on this tour groups make their way among well-known and overlooked gems of the city, solving clues and completing challenges while learning local history. The adventure begins in the heart of Santa Fe and takes you on an exciting journey through the best sights of this historic town. You will explore churches and cathedrals, investigate outdoor art, tour the town square and see a famous historic hotel. The tour requires approximately 2.5 miles of walking and generally takes between 2-3 hours to complete.   Using a smart phone as the guide allows participants to start when they want and determine their own pace of play. Stop for a leisurely lunch or race another team to the finish.

Santa Fe: Meow Wolf's House of Eternal Return Ticket

Santa Fe: Meow Wolf's House of Eternal Return Ticket

At House of Eternal Return, people of all ages are encouraged to explore a curious family home, a mysterious tragedy born out of scientific experimentation, and the spectacular dreamworlds that have emerged in its wake. Simultaneously an expression of punk subversion and magical humanness, Meow Wolf Santa Fe is an art experience that's boldly playful in its presentation and willingness to reveal the hands of its creators.

New Mexico: Self Guided Driving & Walking Audio Tour

New Mexico: Self Guided Driving & Walking Audio Tour

Start by downloading the Action Tour Guide app, which will function as your personal tour guide, audio tour, and map all in one. Once downloaded, you can begin your New Mexico journey at any of the three locations in the Land of Enchantment. Your tour of Carlsbad Caverns will lead you deep into the Earth. 750 feet deep, to be exact! As you journey through soaring caverns and echoing chambers, you’ll retrace the history of this one-of-a-kind national park. Discover how these enormous caves formed. Find out who put them on the map. Learn to identify the different formations along the way. And so much more! This journey along a safe and easy walkway through Carlsbad Caverns is one you won’t soon forget. Your adventure in the sprawling dunes of White Sands National Park begins at the park entrance and winds through the shimmering sands. As you drive, you’ll uncover the origins of this incredible landscape and hear a few tips and tricks for navigating the dunes. Then you’ll hike the famous Alkali Flat Trail for views you won’t find anywhere else in the world. Along the way, you’ll uncover stories of Wild West murder mysteries, ancient lakes, and of course J. Robert Oppenheimer’s atomic bomb. In Santa Fe, you’ll stroll beautifully preserved historic streets full of architecture dating back to the old Spanish era. Explore the Santa Fe Plaza, marvel at the centuries-old adobe structures, and stop in at any of the plentiful shops, restaurants, and galleries. Plus, you’ll relive the dramatic true story of the Pueblo Revolt which changed the course of history in New Mexico. If you want to discover New Mexico and find out what makes it the Land of Enchantment, there’s no better choice than this bundle of self-guided tours all over the state.

Santa Fe: Canyon Road Arts District Walking Tour

Santa Fe: Canyon Road Arts District Walking Tour

This Canyon Road walking tour offers a curated perspective on Santa Fe's premier arts district. Explore several galleries, covering a range of styles and mediums. Meet local artists and learn ways to interpret and analyze art. Home to over 80 art galleries, Canyon Road is a must-see in Santa Fe for art fans, new and experienced. Delve into the art, ask questions, and get to know local artists and gallerists. Visit galleries known for their fun, unique artworks, and consistent quality. Explore landmark exhibits as well as off-the-beaten-path gems that surprise even locals. Learn about the history of the area and how Canyon Road became a hotspot for the arts.  Interactive and conversational, these tours are designed to get people looking, chatting, and enjoying the art of Canyon Road in new ways.

App Self-drived road route 66 Amarillo a Santa Fe

App Self-drived road route 66 Amarillo a Santa Fe

Embark on a road trip from Amarillo to Santa Fe, New Mexico, and discover the changing landscapes of the American Southwest. Visit iconic sites like Cadillac Ranch and Palo Duro Canyon, and stop at the midpoint of Route 66 in Adrian, Texas. Start your journey in Amarillo and consider visiting the Big Texan Steak Ranch, famous for their 72-ounce steak challenge. Even if you're not ready to take on the challenge, its unique and themed atmosphere is a fun stop. On the way to Santa Fe, drive through changing landscapes, from the Texas plains to the heights of New Mexico. Before venturing out of town, explore the Route 66 Historic District in Amarillo, which offers a nostalgic collection of shops, restaurants, and antiques that capture the essence of Route 66. Stop at Adrian, Texas, the midpoint of historic Route 66, with a coffee shop that celebrates this fact. It is a perfect place for an emblematic photo and to feel part of the history of this road. Continue to Santa Rosa, New Mexico, known as the "City of Natural Lakes." Santa Rosa offers a refreshing opportunity to immerse yourself in crystal blue waters, such as the Blue Hole, a deep natural pool that is a paradise for divers. Finally, arrive in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and be welcomed by its rich tapestry of art, culture, and history. Be sure to explore the Museum of International Folk Art, which displays the largest collection of folk art in the world, with more than 130,000 objects from more than 100 countries. Visit the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, dedicated to the life, art, and legacy of Georgia O'Keeffe, offering a deep dive into her work, influenced by the landscape of New Mexico.

Santa Fe: Individual + Group Astrology Readings

Santa Fe: Individual + Group Astrology Readings

Astrological interpretations can help us understand our purpose and path in this lifetime. You’ll not only learn about your personal soul curriculum and what you came here to experience, but you'll also gain validation of your intuition and clarity about where you’re at in your evolutionary journey. Group experiences provide an additional layer of insight, support, and potential transformation as you listen to each other's readings. Together you'll see how connected each of us are to the shared themes of our personal stories. Group experiences are hosted in the comfort of your space and include print-outs of your natal chart and a 30-45 minute reading per person. Each person provides their birth data (birthday, birth time, and city of birth) and any relevant curiosities or questions prior to our experience. I also weave in my intuitive counseling approach to facilitate a deeper integration of the information so that you leave feeling renewed and transformed.

Downtown Plaza "Sip and Savor" Half-day Food Tour

Downtown Plaza "Sip and Savor" Half-day Food Tour

Our most popular tour, this is the classic Santa Fe food & drink adventure. We will explore the downtown Historic Plaza neighborhood by foot while sampling the best in local food and wine. You will have a chance to sample classic New Mexican flavors, as well as get a taste of what’s new and exciting in Santa Fe’s food scene. Along the way, you’ll learn about the city’s long and fascinating history, with an emphasis on how Native, Hispanic, and Anglo cultures shaped – and were shaped by – the region’s unique (and delicious!) food culture. NOTE: all of our tours are designed with adventurous eaters in mind. All tastings have been curated and pre-selected. We are able to offer vegetarian and gluten free alternatives at all tour stops - you will have an opportunity to indicate this during the checkout process.

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