Memorials - Monuments - Markers Inventory
The following is a working list of memorials, monuments and markers to historic events/people on City property. The list was compiled by various City departments, site visits and existing inventories. The criteria for inclusion were:
- Memorials are structures or objects designed to preserve the memory of a person or event; monuments are statues or other structures erected to commemorate notable persons or events; markers are signs or objects that show the location, presence or existence of an historic site or person, excluding donor/supporter acknowledgements.
- Historic is 50 or more years old (i.e. pre-1967).
- Memorials, monuments and markers must be in/on land (parks, trails, etc.), buildings and/or real property (benches, signs, etc.), excluding streets, owned by the City of Santa Fe.
- Special events List
Memorial/Monument/Marker/Mural/Art [GIS Mapping]
We encourage members of the public to review the list. If you believe an object is included in error, or would like to submit an object for possible inclusion, please use the submission form online. The intent is to create a complete inventory of historic memorials, monuments and markets as an informational resource for civic leaders and the community.
|Sculpture||2011||400 Years||Ragle Park|
|Wall Display||2011||400th Anniversary Pottery Collection||Santa Fe Convention Center|
|Plaque||2010||400th Anniversary Sidewalk Plaques||Plaza Area|
|Plaque||2012||400th Anniversary Time Capsule and Plaques||Santa Fe Community Convention Center, Community Building Lobby|
|Plaque||2007||A Korean War Memorial||Located at Amelia White Park|
|Plaque||Unknown||A Two Way Street||Amelia White Park|
|Mural||1989||Acequia Madre||Acequia Madre Elementary School|
|Stone Monument||1868||American Indian War Memorial (aka Obelisk)||Plaza|
|Stone Monument||1901||Annexation of New Mexico||East Palace and Old Santa Fe Trail|
|Plaque||1985||Artist Walk of Fame||Sidewalks in front of Museum of Fine Arts, Palace & Lincoln avenues|
|Structure||2014||Barrio la Canada||Camino Alire at Barrio la Canada Entrance|
|Structure||2007||Camino Alire Bridge||Located on Camino Alire just south of Alameda|
|Sculpture||1985||Cross of the Martyrs and Commemorative Walkway||Paseo de Peralta @ Otero/Hillside|
|Structure||2005||Cuentos del Camino/Road Stories||Located on Cerrillos Road, between Airport Road and Richards Avenue|
|Sculpture||2009||Don Diego de Vargas||1st Level Meeting Room Prefunction at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center, 201 West Marcy Avenue|
|Sculpture||2007||Don Diego de Vargas Zapata Luján Ponce de León, El Marques de la Nava de Barcinas||Cathedral Park|
|Stone Monument||1980||Don Juan Bautista de Anza||De Vargas Park, South Guadalupe|
|Sculpture||1994||El Diferente||Located at Macaione Park|
|Structure||1993||El Torreon de El Torreon||Located at Torreon Park|
|Stone Monument||1910||End of the Santa Fe Trail||Plaza, San Francisco & Old Santa Fe Trail|