Family Events


Below are some example Ideas are currently under development and will be available for family members and guests of our conference attendees at costs. 


Event: Museum and Gallery Walking Tour

Walk through more than 400 years of history, art, and culture.  Our guide presents an extraordinary introduction to Santa Fe and provides an entertaining, humorous, and accurate portrayal of the "City Different."  Visit the historic Plaza and the Palace of the Governors (whose occupants have included government and military leaders from Spain, Mexico, the Confederacy, the U.S. and Indian nations).  Learn about St. Francis Cathedral, and explore the Loretto Chapel and its miraculous staircase; the oldest church; and the capitol, and other major Santa Fe historical sites. Tour includes guide, O’Keeffe museum pass and entrance to Loretto Chapel. Please wear comfortable walking shoes and layered clothing. Hats, sunglasses, sunscreen and cameras are recommended as well!

Event: Historic Los Alamos and Bradbury Museum Tour

Become a time traveler on this walking tour which takes you from ancestrol pueblo dwellings to a homesteader's cabin, to the very spot where the very first atomic bomb components were assembled. 

Bradbury Museum has approximately 40 interactive exhibits trace the history of the WWII Manhattan Project, highlight the Laboratory's current and historic research projects related to defense and technology, and focus on Laboratory research related to national and international economic, environmental, political, and social concerns. These exhibits together with extensive educational and community programs draw nearly 80,000 visitors a year.

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Event: Chama Narrow Gauge Train Ride 

Experience the excitement of rugged, narrow gauge, coal-fired, steam powered mountain railroading on the Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad. You will traverse 64 miles of unparalleled scenery as you climb from Antonito or Chama to the dining hall at Osier and on to your final terminal. 

You will sense the grandeur of the Rocky Mountains as your train is handled by sure-footed locomotives and able crews through tunnels, above deep gorges and over Cumbres Pass. 

This unique section of mountain railroad is owned by the states of New Mexico and Colorado and was designated a National Historic Landmark in October of 2012. It is truly a memorable experience not to be missed.Event: Visit Taos Downtown and Pueblo 

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