Santa Fe is a magical and exuberant city, making it a popular tourist destination any time of the year, for people all around the world. The arts famous to Santa Fe are diverse and plentiful, and include everything from ancient traditional techniques to the most contemporary and edgy. Visit Santa Fe this winter, and you’ll see art brought to life through a variety of performances; with everything from theatrical productions and ballet performances to classical concerts, global music jams, slam poetry competitions and cultural dances. While the City Different, as Santa Fe is often called, certainly has something to offer everyone, guests at Hacienda Vargas are often looking for a retreat from the bustle of 21st century living. Book your stay at Hacienda Vargas Bed and Breakfast now, so you can enjoy the ambience and comfort of this historic inn, while still remaining within reach of Santa Fe’s rich arts and cultural scene.
The accolades for Santa Fe’s performing arts are plenty, and audiences throughout the city are wowed on a nightly basis. With more than a dozen venues, including historic theaters, outdoor stages, beautiful churches, and even museum spaces, the city of Santa Fe truly is a performing arts destination. It has been listed as the most artistic city in the United States, and has been called the 6th best city for theater and performing arts by Travel & Leisure. Imagine taking in the beauty of one of Santa Fe’s famous sunsets, all the while listening to the stunning sound of opera in an open-air theater. There is no better way to enjoy the sights and sounds of Santa Fa, than to immerse yourself into the unmatchable beauty of the Santa Fe opera, where each summer, opera stars and audiences from around the world celebrate a cherished opera season. Performances begin at sunset, but the fun starts hours earlier with great buffets or tailgaiting parties.
The Lensic is another fine Santa Fe performing arts venue, offering over 200 events throughout the year. The stunning building, a delight in itself, features Moorish and Spanish Renaissance style, and has been a fixture in Downtown Santa Fe since 1931. Many of the performances at the Lensic feature local artists, fulfilling the non-profit’s mission to support the arts in Santa Fe. Viewing a performance at this wonderful Santa Fe staple is bound to complete your stay in New Mexico. Only a short 35 minute drive away, the vibrant performing arts scene found in Santa fe will be at your fingertips when you stay at our charming and historic New Mexico Bed and Breakfast.