Santa Fe City Southeast

A quick guide to Santa Fe neighborhoods

Santa Fe City Southeast

Old Santa Fe Trail/Museum Hill

Stretching from the heart of Santa Fe to Missouri, this historic westward route has carried thousands of explorers to the Southwest. Now, Old Santa Fe Trail boasts gracious adobe homes, and newer architectural wonders, enhanced by indigenous trees of piñon and juniper. Around the ‘museum district’, discover historic and amazing treasures in The Museum Of International Folk Art, The Museum Of Indian Arts and Culture, and The Wheelwright Museum Of The American Indian.



Old Pecos Trail

Bordered to the northeast by Old Santa Fe Trail, and to the southwest by the South Capitol area, the length of this road has a professional district with numerous services, including the hospital, doctors’ offices, and various established communities.



South Capitol

Established in the early Twentieth Century, to accommodate the growing railroad industry, this area has many unique architectural designs. From bungalows to brick, and older adobes, these different styles of homes seem to work together to create an eclectic sense of history and style. The mature trees are stately, the sidewalks broad, and thoughtfully planned. Wood Gormley Elementary School is centrally located within the South Capitol area.



Guadalupe Historic & Railyard District

Bordered on the east by the ancient Santuario de Guadalupe, the end of the Camino Real, and the west by St. Francis Drive, this little neighborhood is a collection of beautifully renovated adobes, and up- and-comers in Santa Fe. Various lots are small, well kept, and low maintenance. A short walking distance from the Plaza is the Rail Runner train station, interesting restaurants, shops, and a movie theater/multiplex/bar/food.

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