Choose your experience

We've reenergized the museum and gallery-going experience with tours that invite you to look at art in a new way while whisking you through Santa Fe's charming neighborhoods, hidden courtyards, off-the-beaten path art venues, and landmark museums and galleries. Each of our walking tours covers a different arts district in Santa Fe and highlights a unique theme or focus.

Any of these tours can be booked as a private experience, just for your group.

Small group or solo traveler? Check out our online calendar for economical group tours, and meet some fellow travelers – or art-loving locals – while you're at it. Prefer something tailored to your interests? We also create custom tours.

Canyon Road Art Tour

Canyon Road Quickie


Home to over 80 art galleries, Canyon Road can be a little bit overwhelming. Cue Canyon Road Quickie, an introduction to Santa Fe's most famous thoroughfare. With stops at a charming historic site and a small selection of galleries, the Quickie encapsulates the Canyon Road experience without tuckering you out.

Nedra Matteucci Galleries

A Matter of Taste

Let Your SEnses collide

What makes a work of art good or bad? Why are we personally drawn to one artist and not another? These are some of the questions we'll explore during this tour of three diverse Santa Fe art galleries. We'll conclude the tour with a tantalizing chocolate elixir at the one-and-only Kakawa Chocolate House.

Downtown Santa Fe

Discover Downtown

Settle into santa fe

The perfect way to orient yourself in Santa Fe, the Discover Downtown tour is a fun and relaxed walk through Santa Fe's historic plaza area. We'll focus on arts and culture and cover some spots to eat, drink, and shop. In true Santa Fe style, the tour pace is slow and leisurely, and it includes a stop at C.G. Higgins Confections, home of handmade truffles.

chile peppers

Farm to Canvas

The railyard experience

Art enthusiasts and foodies, unite! This innovative walking tour highlights two sides of Santa Fe's bustling Railyard district – upscale art galleries and the Santa Fe Farmers' Market – and weaves together mindfulness, making, and the farm-to-table mentality in a way that’s accessible to all. Join local artist Liz Brindley for a walk through the Railyard and dive into art through an ecological lens.