The Santa Fe Farmer’s Market in central Santa Fe, is a bustling, high-energy market. With over 150 active vendors and hundreds of different agricultural products, this farmer’s market is the largest in New Mexico. Though the market has been in operation since the late 1960’s, with only a handful of producers, in 2002, the market moved to being open year-round.
The diversity of produce is highlighted by the fact that everything that is sold is produced by the vendors and comes from Northern New Mexico.
The Santa Fe Farmer’s Market is great for a quick outing to pick up some local produce, or to spend a half-day shopping, talking to the vendors about their crafts, and having a bite at the Farmer’s Market Cafe where they feature a “bottomless” cups of certified organic Red Rock Roasters coffee!
The location is central to many of the most treasured highlight in central Santa Fe, including the Santa Fe Railyard Park.
The market is open on Saturdays year-round as well as other days of the week depending on the time of year.
Fall/Winter hours: 8am-1pm (Summer hours: 7am-Noon), at the Santa Fe Farmers Market’s permanent home in the Railyard, 1607 Paseo de Peralta (at S. Guadalupe St).
Tuesday Mornings May through November
8am to 1pm, at the Santa Fe Farmers Market’s permanent home in the Railyard, 1607 Paseo de Peralta (at S. Guadalupe St).
Tuesday Afternoons – June through September
3pm to 6pm
Southside Market new location: San Isidro Plaza – Zafarano Dr and Cerrillos Rd