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Bandelier National Monument Los Alamos 20.3 mi away
#1 of 28 things to do in Los Alamos
This was a fascinating area with an informative Ranger Station and family friendly trail systems that lead to the cliff dwellings complete with Luca ladders that you can climb for a first hand look into several of...
Great for kids and adults, with easy and more challenging trails, wonderful guides, a great gift shop, it's the full package.
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Museum of International Folk Art Santa Fe 2.0 mi away
#5 of 287 things to do in Santa Fe
Whether you choose to self guide and just enjoy the artistry of so many folk cultures, or take a docent led tour (highly recommended), this gallery is a delight for both children and adults.
The Folk Art museum always has its interesting permanent exhibits of fun, quirky and varied art, plus changing exhibitions, and the archives at the bottom level, many kids arts and craft activities and 2 incredibl...
El Rancho de las Golondrinas Santa Fe 12.8 mi away
#6 of 287 things to do in Santa Fe
It's a step back in time, great place to take your family, always interesting activities and the best docents in town.
We saw various demonstrations and areas (ex: weaving, sheep pens, store, chickens, chapel, kitchen, family room, etc).
Meow Wolf Santa Fe 4.2 mi away
#14 of 287 things to do in Santa Fe
Exceeded my expectations!! Go with at least 1 1/2 hrs to enjoy the really cool exhibition!!! Adults, children and teens all will enjoy!! Purchase tickets online in advance to save time!
Remember when you were a kid and liked to explore the nooks and crannies of new places, and you imagined that there were monsters, or secret hiding places, or mysteries, or . . .
Harrell House of Natural Oddities Santa Fe 0.7 mi away
#10 of 287 things to do in Santa Fe
I can see why children, especially young boys, love this place...and adults can learn to appreciate them for the way that they fit into their own habitats as they evolved over millions of years.
This museum is a gem, a must see and a great place to take kids.
Pecos National Historical Park Pecos 17.2 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Pecos
Our children participate in the NPS Junior Ranger program, and Pecos NHP has workbooks for both Pecos NHP and the Santa Fe National Historic Trail.
Take your kids, Sam really enjoyed this and the other parks - Fort Union, Capulin Volcano, in New Mexico, and Fort Larned in Kansas
White Rock Overlook Park Los Alamos 16.6 mi away
#3 of 28 things to do in Los Alamos
Great park, family and pet friendly!! Lots of space, lots of good hiking/running trails!! Lots of special events through spring/summer/fall seasons.
If you have young children, keep them near you.
Los Alamos Nature Center Los Alamos 24.6 mi away
#6 of 28 things to do in Los Alamos
Great family spot for kids interested in nature, science or critters of all sorts!!! Great spot for nature lovers!!! Great layout and gorgeous views!
One exceptional offering is the Pajarito Plateau Passport Program; it incentivizes adults and children to explore the vast network of hiking trails in the area
Ski Santa Fe Santa Fe 10.5 mi away
#25 of 287 things to do in Santa Fe
Great snow quality, beautiful views of the mountain, near of downtown, wide assorment of food, very good ski school for children, good service.
The upper mountain has a great selection of blues with lots of trails through the trees that my kids loved.
Sanctuario de Chimayo Chimayo 20.6 mi away
#1 of 12 things to do in Chimayo
There is also a children's chapel designated for the healing of children.
It was very touching to witness all the photos of children, families, soldiers, grandparents who have sought hope and faith here.
Santa Fe Farmers Market Santa Fe 0.9 mi away
#24 of 287 things to do in Santa Fe
There are restrooms inside and even a family restroom with a changing table and room for a stroller- yay! Inside there is a coffee ship and a shop with local and handmade items for sale.
Perfect venue and fun for kids.
El Santuario de Chimayo Chimayo 20.5 mi away
#2 of 12 things to do in Chimayo
There are several chapels filled with momentos from the pilgrimages of families with ill children.
The compound maintained by the Sons of the Holy Family contains two buildings of particular historical significance.
Valles Caldera National Preserve Jemez Springs 35.7 mi away
#3 of 20 things to do in Jemez Springs
Britney did an excellent job of explaining the Preserve and made the experience a lot of fun! Would recommend, especially for Seniors and/or Kids.
The young lady Ranger asked Ranger Jacob the latest on the bear sighting along the trail that the young family wanted to hike. 
Old Fort Marcy Park Santa Fe 0.3 mi away
#30 of 287 things to do in Santa Fe
Wonderful park for kids
Randall Davey Audubon Center Santa Fe 1.9 mi away
#20 of 287 things to do in Santa Fe
We picnicked under the trees near the small family cemetery.
I have heard many good compliments on their kids summer and school trip programs.
#1 of 3 things to do in Embudo
Kyle, our guide, was awesome, very knowledgeable, All three adults and four children, ages 4, 6, and 10, had a blast!! Would definitely recommend.
Our guides, Cody and Kim, were really great with our kids and were very knowledgable about everything on the river.
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Hyde Memorial State Park Santa Fe 0.7 mi away
#28 of 287 things to do in Santa Fe
This is a great place for hiking, picnicking, camping, and family gatherings.
The trail is as wide as a road, with everyone from families with dogs to serious runners on it.
Bradbury Science Museum Los Alamos 24.1 mi away
#4 of 28 things to do in Los Alamos
There are two excellent historic movies, lots of displays from nature in the area to Little Boy and Fat Man bomb replicas, interactive and static displays, and even a fun scavenger hunt for kids.
Great history of the Manhattan Project, The National Lab, Robert Oppenheimer, etc. Interactive, informative - great for adults and older children.
#10 of 114 things to do in Taos
Encourage the kids to keep their eyes out the window as the scenery is one you won't forget soon.
Jemez Trail National Scenic Byway Jemez Springs 42.5 mi away
#4 of 20 things to do in Jemez Springs
Plus most of them had fishing access or at least a little stream nearby so the kids could get out of the car and splash around a bit.
The Plaza Santa Fe 0.3 mi away
#19 of 287 things to do in Santa Fe
Teens and tweens and little tots, all decked in whimsical and awesome degrees of costumes were joined by seniors, couples, families, and tourists -- in a huge and happy dance event -- even SF's finest were groovin...
Old, charming, unique - there is literally something for everyone from high end shopping, to eclectic bead shops, food, an original Five & Dime, music, room for kids to run around and Native American vendors selli...
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Dale Ball Trails Santa Fe 2.4 mi away
#15 of 287 things to do in Santa Fe
We hiked with our 8-month-old son, who happily rode along in a kid backpack.
Santa Fe Botanical Garden Santa Fe 1.9 mi away
#35 of 287 things to do in Santa Fe
The garden offers many educational programs for both children and adults, including yoga and tai chi classes amidst the plants, evening music events in the summer, and the popular winter "Glow," a wonderful holida...
Wonderful Place for Gardeners and Good Learning Experience for Kids
Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument Cochiti Pueblo 26.5 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Cochiti Pueblo
It was neat for a city kid to travel the few miles of back roads and wind up in an unassuming parking lot, then watch the landscape uncover beautiful rock formations and trees as we journeyed through the canyons.
There are several trails, a loop trail that's easy & would be good for little kids & elderly people, & another more strenuous trail that climbs through a slot canyon up to an incredible viewpoint.
#8 of 287 things to do in Santa Fe
There is also a fabulous store at the entrance to the church that has an amazing collection of religious books for children and adults.
Great chance to educate kids on relics, statues and history of Christianity in this area.
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Sandia Crest Byway Sandia Park 38.5 mi away
#2 of 6 things to do in Sandia Park
Drove up with the kids and then hiked several of the paths along the beautiful views from the summit and also through the forests.
I recommend it for families, couples, riders, etc. this is a wonderful trip and one of the “must do”items when in the area.
Cross of the Martyrs Santa Fe 0.2 mi away
#34 of 287 things to do in Santa Fe
Santo Nino Chapel Chimayo 20.5 mi away
#3 of 12 things to do in Chimayo
Inside the chapel, pilgrims leave baby shoes by the statue of Santo Nino because it is believed that Santo Nino (Jesus as the Holy Child) wears out his little shoes while roaming at night spreading miracles.
It's bright inside with many whimsical touches focused on children, yet you feel a deep spirituality in Santo Nino.
Victory Ranch Las Vegas 39.3 mi away
#1 of 15 things to do in Las Vegas
You pay a small fee in the yarn shop for the tour which includes an activity booklet for small children, an educational talk about alpacas and the ranch and ends with feeding the alpacas.
Cindy explained with photo's how the Alpaca's are raised and fed and also sheared, the wool is used in so many ways.I would recommend this visit especially for kids, very educational.
Museum of Indian Arts & Culture Santa Fe 2.0 mi away
#7 of 287 things to do in Santa Fe
... the Anasazi indian culture you cant miss this! wow is too short of a word too express the look and feel of this place.You will be totally amazed by the artifacts and the displays they have the kids loved it also!
Occasional family events, Native artists, authors, dancers, foods.