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Santa Fe Railyard, Santa Fe

3.4
#129 of 208 in Things to do in Santa Fe
The Railyard is truly the new gathering place for all of Santa Fe’s citizens and its visitors. Come meet friends and family. Have a great meal and view great contemporary art. See exciting performances. Choose from the best of locally grown produce. Ride your bike or take a train. Find a gift for a friend. Relax or play in the Park. Come and experience The Railyard!
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  • Before hitting the Santa Fe Farmer's Market one morning, I walked the length of the park at the Railyard while the temperatures were still pleasant. This place is a treat - trails, benches, play...  more »
  • We walked to the rail yard and visited shops. On Wednesday and Saturday a farmers market is set up. This is an up and coming area and new shops and restaurants will soon arrive. It’s a nice relaxing.....  more »
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  • Excellent multi-use destination in Santa Fe, representing new school Santa Fe through rather brilliant urban repurposing! This former Santa Fe Railroad spur still serves as a transportation hub, as the final stop on the Rail Runner (Rio Metro) light rail between Albuquerque and Santa Fe. Highlights are its free concerts, Santa Fe Farmers Market, SITE Santa Fe, Currents New Media events, Jean Cocteau Cinema (independent cinema owned by George R. R. Martin), and Rail (bike) Trail. Along with various contemporary art galleries, great eating, shopping, and various more contemporary offerings (also check out Violet Crown Cinema).
  • The selection of veg was very nice. The facilities are beautiful and clean. I got a croissant with chile and cheese. It was delicious. Only issue we had was with the restroom situation. My husband has crohn's and was hit with an GI episode while walking around. He was in the restroom (a public one seater) for probably less than 10 minutes before an employee became impatient and tried to UNLOCK THE DOOR with him in it so that her friend could use that restroom instead. She was late 60s, overweight, had glasses and grey hair and was wearing a caftan. Thank god he had pulled his pants up by then and I was able to distract her by putting my hand on the doorknob and telling her to stop, but she already had her key in it and was about to push the door open!!! Didn't even give a knock. Neither did her friend actually, just saw that it was locked and huffed away to get the employee. This woman needs to check herself, because next time her entitlement and unprofessional work habits are going to land her in a courtroom for invasion of privacy or sexual assault.

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