Downtown Walking Tour

From the New Mexico History Museum

Museum volunteer Pat Kuhlhoff leads a downtown Santa Fe historical walking tour. Tours are offered Monday-Saturday from April through October. The tours begin at 10:15 a.m., starting at the blue gate on the Lincoln Avenue side of the Palace of the Governors. Cost is $10; children under 17 are free when accompanied by an adult. Tour guides do not accept tips. Each two-hour walk covers the most renowned sights of the downtown area and includes fascinating stories of the people and events that have made Santa Fe a world-class tourist destination for decades. Los Compadres del Palacio, one of the key support groups of the New Mexico History Museum and Palace of the Governors operates the program. Special group tours can be arranged by calling (505) 476-5200.

Photo courtesy New Mexico History Museum.


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