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SFFM del Sur (Southside) Lower Level Parking Lot of Presbyterian Medical Center (4801 Beckner Road): Tuesdays 3pm - 6pm
Railyard Parking Info:
Railyard Parking Garage
Driving entrance/exit is between REI and Sanbusco Center. Walking exits from the garage are by REI and the Violet Crown.
Open daily from 6am – 12 midnight
Rates: $1 for the first hour; $2 for the second hour and each hour thereafter; $12 maximum/day
Railyard Pay Stations
Camino de la Familia, Market Street, Manhattan Street, Chile Line Lane
Open 24 hours / 7 days week. Paystations are enforced Monday – Saturday from 8am – 6pm.
Rates: $1 for the first hour; $2 for the second hour and each hour thereafter; $12 maximum/day.
On-Street Metered Parking
Open 24 hours / 7 days week. Meters are enforced Monday – Saturday from 8am – 6pm.
Rates: $2/hour for the first two hours; $3/hour thereafter if parked at a meter or in an area where the maximum time limit is more than two hours.
Santa Fe Pick-Up (Free!)
Free shuttle between the Railyard Water Tower, Canyon Rd, and the Plaza. Runs every 15 minutes!
If you load up on too many Market goodies you can get help getting back to your car with Santa Fe Pedicabs.
There are bike racks located throughout the Railyard. Please walk your bike through the Market.
Need to pick up a big load? Park in the loading zone! It's on Peralta right in front of the market -- look for the red-bagged parking meters. Five minute parking only.
Santa Fe Farmers Market reviews
We were in town for a quick trip and happened to find the market on a walk. Fabulous place! Small but tons of great stuff that travels. We bought dried beans, corn meal and spices for home. They... more »
We loved some local specialties - don't miss Old Pecos mustards, Vivac wines. Edible flowers bouquets. Mulberries. Goat cheese in a jar. more »
The farmers market is exactly what you would expect with some notable differences. First, one area is devoted to local artisans. They are very skilled and the products range from textiles to jewelry to wall decor and other metal work. Additionally, locally grown, fresh vegetables, meats and breads are available for purchase. Highly recommend the locally sourced chile's as well. We loved this market!
This was a wonderful market. It was the biggest farmers market that I have ever been to. All of the vendors were very nice. Many had samples so you could try before you buy. They have vendors indoors & outdoors. There is something for everyone. The prices were reasonable.
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