Unique Shopping Around Santa Fe

If you love shopping, especially for unique gifts that can’t be found everywhere else, then Santa Fe is the city for you. Keeping with it’s tradition of being a legendary trading center centuries ago, Santa Fe still provides it’s visitors and residents with access to Native American artwork and unique handmade items in small boutiques, trading posts and large open air markets.  In a city that has been voted the Best U.S. City for Shopping, you’ll find a shopping variety that rivals the largest cities in America.  Here, History and commerce collide, bringing shoppers a mix of western decor, fine art, vintage styles, and chic fashion. Book your stay at our luxury Santa Fe Bed and Breakfast today, and you’ll be centrally located near the finest of Santa Fe’s shopping destinations.

Santa Fe Shopping

Santa Fe is known as a sophisticated, eclectic shopping center that attracts collectors of everything. No matter what it is you’re looking for, we’re sure you’ll find it in Santa Fe, from high end boutiques and galleries, down to unique vintage consignment stores.  In fact, Santa Fe is considered something of a consignment store destination for shoppers with a finely tuned eye in search of elegant and/or unusual objects.  Many treasures are recycled through Santa Fe consignment shops by those who live and travel here, and spending hours combing through these fantastic stores is a great way to go home with incredible finds at bargain prices.  Many of the city’s consignment stores are close to the downtown historic area, which is just a few minutes time from our luxurious Bed and Breakfast Inn.  Our favorites include Santa Fe’s largest consignment store, Double TakeThe Beat Goes On, featuring unique wearable art, the secondary art found at Windsor Betts, recycled furniture at Recollections Santa Fe, and the luxury products found at Real Deal Collection.

While not always on the list of many shoppers to Santa Fe, Museum shops are also a wonderful Santa Fe shopping destination.  The Case Trading Post in the Wheelwright Museum, which resembles a Navajo Reservation trading post, is the oldest gallery of Native American art in Santa Fe. Here, you’ll find vintage and contemporary Native American Art, including pottery, jewelry, textiles, baskets, fetishes, paintings, kachinas, books, and more.  The New Mexico History Museum, located on the historic Santa Fe Plaza, is home to the wonderful Spiegelberg Shop, where you can easily find gifts representative of the Southwest.  If you’re looking for some unique, quality art to take home or give as a gift, then don’t miss the diverse offerings at the gift shop at the International Folk Art Museum or the New Mexico Museum of Art.  No matter where you chose to go on your Santa Fe shopping adventure, unwinding by the fireplace at our luxurious Bed and Breakfast Inn will be the perfect way to end your day.  Book your stay with us now, and see what you can find in Santa Fe.