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New Mexico is known for its otherworldly landscapes, geological wonders and diverse, ancient history. But New Mexico is also known for otherworldly visitors & paranormal phenomena. That's why we are launching a series of New Mexico Paranormal Experiences this month...featuring the best of our natural & supernatural worlds.
The second edition of NM Paranormal Experiences: Sugar Skull is hosted by the Lensic Performing Arts Center. This family friendly Experience will bring the Day of the Dead to life in Santa Fe!
Get into the spirit of Dia de los Muertos with a fun shopping trip for the entire family! Find authentic Sugar Skull folk art & figurines imported from Mexico at The Rainbow Man, then visit Doodlet's - an enchanted toy store stocked with fabulous Sugar Skull collectables & confections. Walk back up to Plaza Cafe for dinner! Get to know Santa Fe's ghosts & haunted locations by taking The Dark Side of Santa Fe: Ghosts and Mysteries tour.
It's best to begin around 3pm, so you'll be able to shop (before the shops close), and enjoy dinner in time for the ghost tour!
The Rainbow Man
This historic site served as the office for the men & women who worked on the first atomic bomb during World War 2.
Monday 10AM–5PM Tuesday 10AM–5PM
Doodlet's Toy Store
Monday 10AM–5:30PM Tuesday 10AM–5:30PM
Plaza Cafe Downtown
The Dark Side of Santa Fe: Ghosts & Mysteries
A fun walking tour exploring Santa Fe's haunted locations. I Book tour now
Come with the ghost tour guide for Travel Channel who has lived in two haunted houses in Santa Fe. Even if you are a non-believer, you will have fun learning about the unseen inhabitants in the oldest capital city in the U.S.
This 105 minute walking tour includes stories about the ever-present personalities behind the walls of both public and private buildings in Santa Fe. See the most haunted places in Santa Fe where you are most likely to see haunted spirits.
$35/pp & $18/child | Minimum $90
Lensic Performing Arts Center
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