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DH, 17yo DS and I are spending a long weekend in Taos and Santa Fe. We've been before, but haven't been to Santa Fe since DS was young. DH and I have probably visited most of the (major?) tourist sites in Santa Fe, but it's been a long time.

When visiting Taos last year (we were there for a ski race, so couldn't make it down to Santa Fe), DS and I enjoyed most our visits to Hacienda de los Martinez, the Taos Art Museum and Fechin House (DH was at the races.) I love history; DS likes history and is very taken by the combination of cultures in New Mexico. DH is just there to eat good southwestern food!

Any suggestions of places similar to those in Santa Fe? DS also loves contemporary art, though DH and I don't really; DS is also interested in santos. I've already told him about the Folk Art museum, and he's interested in that (we took him when he was little, but he doesn't remember); the museum of Spanish Colonial Art also sounds appealing to us.

Thanks for any suggestions.

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