El Museo Cultural Winter Market is closed until further notice. However, many of our vendors are still open and can be contacted directly. Click the button below to learn more.
From around the corner and around the world…
The Market at El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe is back…and bigger and more eclectic than ever!
For ten years visitors and collectors from all over the globe have made El Museo Cultural’s Market a priority for any visit to Santa Fe and for good reason; nowhere else in the world can casual browsers and serious collectors alike find as fascinating an array of Americana, international folk art, vintage Western memorabilia, tribal and global fine art in one single location.
Whether intrigued by Native American jewelry and art, vintage and antique American and Western furniture and collectibles, books, textiles, clothing or global art from more than forty countries, Winter Market – quite literally – brings the world to Santa Fe.
Open from September 21, 2019 through May 31, 2020, the Market 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 Market at El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe reopens for the season September 21, 2019 and closes May 31, 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!
- We have fabulous food, snacks, beverages and home made pastries available at several booths.
“…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 plus live music and from-scratch soup and baked goods.”