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December
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Santa Fe is New Mexico’s vibrant and scenic capital city. It’s also home to an abundance of exciting options in holiday events each year. If you want to make the most of the holiday festivities in The City Different, you should put all of these upcoming events on your calendar without delay.

Visit the New Mexico Museum of Art’s Christmas Open House. This event takes place every year and is a tradition in the city. It’s been around since the early eighties. This open house is a family-friendly event that’s a delight for youngsters and parents alike. If you want to witness the joys of the Baumann Marionettes, you can’t beat the fun Open House has to offer. It’s a joy for people who love puppets and the holiday season in general. Children who visit this event can also participate in a fun-filled treasure hunt.

Stop by the Santa Fe Botanical Garden to relish the beauty of GLOW. Glow is a holiday event that focuses on the beauty of lights. If you want to attend a Santa Fe festival that showcases the finest and most mesmerizing holiday lights around, there’s no better option around than GLOW. This Museum Hill event can captivate people who want to take a look at kinetic lights, floodlights, LED (light-emitting diode) lights and beyond. GLOW also offers the fun of live entertainment. Music fans should prioritize it.

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Visit Santa Fe Plaza to view Christmas decoration lighting. Holiday seasons in Santa Fe are nothing to dismiss. They’re the epitome of festive. If you want to experience the best the Santa Fe holiday season has to give, you should visit Santa Fe Plaza. This plaza features stunning Christmas trees and amazing lights of all varieties. People who want to take in the splendor of evergreens won’t want to miss the decoration lighting event. It’s a staple among residents and visitors in the city.

Take part in the Canyon Road Farolito Walk. This yearly event is extremely popular. If you want to enjoy the holiday spirit in the company of countless other locals, there’s no better event than this favorite. This walk is perfect for folks who want to gaze at lovely farolitos. Farolitos are holiday lanterns. It’s also perfect for folks who want to enjoy tasty hot chocolate or hot cider. If you want to feel warm, toasty and content during the holidays, this walk is for you.

To make your holiday even more memorable, why not stay at El Farolito Bed & Breakfast Inn? They offer an awesome winter special in December or January.

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