El Museo Cultural 2019-2020 Winter Market was closed on March 21, 2020 in response to the Governor’s COVID-19 restrictions. We are extending the 2019-2020 season starting June 20, 2020 and open every weekend until August 30, 2020. The following button provides a link to some of the vendors to be included in the re-opening.
From around the corner and around the world…
The Mercado (Art & culture market) at El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe is re-opening for a special extension of its 2019-2020 Season. We are re-opening on Saturday, June 20, 2020 from 8:00am to 4:00pm and on Sunday, June 21, 2020 from 10:00am to 4:00pm. We will remain open each weekend through the summer until August 30, 2020.
El Museo Cultural’s Mercado attracts casual browsers and serious collectors with an array of Americana, international folk art, vintage Western memorabilia, tribal and global fine art, as well as, Native American jewelry and art, vintage and antique American and Western furniture and collectibles, books, textiles, clothing, and works of local artists.
The Mercado at El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe is located in the historic Railyard District and directly across the railroad tracks from the Farmer’s Market. Admission is free, parking is easy and the experience is truly unforgettable!
The Mercado at El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe reopens for extension of the 2019-2020 season on June 20, 2020 and closes August 30, 2020.
The Market is open on weekends only with Saturday hours of 8am to 4pm and Sunday hours of 10am to 4pm.
- The Market is ADA accessible.
- El Museo is a non-smoking facility.
- Parking is easy at the City’s Parking Garage or at metered parking.
- Animals other than Certified Service Animals are not allowed inside. All dogs must be leashed!
- All visitors to the Market will be required to follow face covering and distancing requirements In compliance with the Governor’s COVID-19 Safe Practices Guidelines,
“…with senses duly sharpened, plunge into some bargain hunting at El Museo Cultural Winter Market. With over 60 eclectic vendors in the converted warehouse space, you might spy vintage cowboy regalia, first-edition books or found object art … .”