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Santa Fe Railyard
Take a walk in the Santa Fe Railyard. This trendy area, home to the Santa Fe Farmers Market and SITE Santa Fe famous for its cutting-edge art exhibitions, has been attracting development, including a... Read More
Take a walk in the Santa Fe Railyard. This trendy area, home to the Santa Fe Farmers Market and SITE Santa Fe famous for its cutting-edge art exhibitions, has been attracting development, including a park, for the last half-decade. When the Santa Fe Farmers Market Pavilion opened in 2008, the area took off, attracting boutiques, galleries and restaurants. A new movie theater is slated to open in 2015. On Saturdays in winter and both Saturdays and Tuesdays during warmer weather, the Farmers Market is a hub of locally grown and produced foods, body products and more. Visit the contemporary galleries that are moving to the Railyard from other parts of the city. The last stop for the Railrunner, the light rail train that connects Santa Fe and Albuquerque, is a short walk to the north.
740 Cerrillos Road
Santa Fe, NM 87505
- Free Things to Do: "On Sundays from 10am to 4pm, browse the Railyard Artisan Market and meet local artists and artisans. You'll see a range of locally created art including paintings, photography, pottery, fiber arts, jewelry, sculpture, hand-blown glass, and herbal body products. Treat yourself to something special to remind you of Santa Fe."
- Best for Free Things to Do Because: The Railyard is a vital part of Santa Fe offering art, local food and more and is a popular spot for both locals and visitors.