Fun Fall Things to Do in Santa Fe and Albuquerque

 

NM limo serviceBoth Santa Fe and Albuquerque, New Mexico are beautiful in the fall. The weather is nice and the calendar of events is full. If you have an upcoming trip to either city this fall, you might consider some of these suggestions for fun things to do. Even if traveling on business, it would be well worth the effort to spend a little time exploring the cities.

Fall Fun in Santa Fe

  • Origami in the Garden Exhibition – Going through October 24th, you can visit the Turquoise Trail Sculpture Garden to enjoy a variety of fairs, art shows, family activities, and outdoor adventures. Origami in the Garden is a story is told in art form that consists of 20 unique outdoor sculptures. 
  • Food Tours of Santa Fe – This event starts on September 3rd and will end December 31st. At the Santa Fe Plaza are historical tours, food, wine and spirits, and lots of fun family activities. The walking food tour allows you to enjoy unique flavors that provide a peek into Santa Fe’s culture.
  • Indian Summer, 1835-1935 – This special fall event will be held on September 30 at William R. Talbot Fine Art. Starting from early treaties all the way through western expansion and 20th century romanticism, artists, mapmakers, and authors have documented relations with Native Americans. At this festival, you have the opportunity to learn more about the Native Indian culture and values. 

Fall Fun in Albuquerque

  • VIVA New Mexico Chile Festival – If you love spicy food this is the right event to attend. From September 4th through 6th, this festival is packed with fun and excitement for the entire family. There will be great food, live music, a petting zoo, pony rides, hayride tours, a corn maze, and more. 
  • 77th Annual New Mexico State Fair – If you plan being in Albuquerque September 10th through 20th, consider visiting the state fair. As one of the largest fairs in the United States, you are guaranteed plenty of fun. This year the fair will offer carnival rides, animals, agricultural, shopping, exhibits, food, and performances by nationally acclaimed country recording artists.
  • 11th Annual Old Town Salsa Fiesta – On September 12th you can visit this event and find salsa dancers and bands, crafts and kids’ activities, and a competition for the best homemade salsa. 

Easy and Safe Travel

When visiting Santa Fe and/or Albuquerque during the fall, the best way to get around is by hiring a limo company. Your chauffeur can drive you between the two cities or around in just one. Either way, a hired limo eliminates stress and provides you with a safe and economical means of transportation. Call World Travel Management today to book your ride!