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Santa Fe over New Years?

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We are road tripping from Texas to Denver over the holidays and considering a stopover in Santa Fe over New Year's Eve for a day or two. But now I'm wondering if such a short trip over a holiday when things are likely to be closed is worth it. Any input on things to do and see in Santa Fe during that time?

We've never been to Santa Fe and will be traveling with two kids, ages 6 and 3. It would add a few hours to our overall trip home, but I was thinking it'd be a nice alternative to a random roadside hotel. It would be another opportunity to play in the snow, see some scenery and explore a new city...

Any advice for me on what to expect in Santa Fe over New Years?

Many thanks!

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