Support local growers and farmers and visit one of the many markets in and around Albuquerque. The markets offer fresh local produce, art, handmade crafts and more.
If you are looking to find your new favorite honey, jam or local baked goods the markets are a great resource. You can also find fresh flowers, jewelry, regionally raised meat and eggs and live music. Each market has their own unique vendors and growers who are happy to share their story and time with you. Choose your favorite menu items at the market and plan a festive meal or a relaxing picnic.
The Downtown Grower’s Market at Robinsons Park (810 Copper Avenue Northwest) is typicaly open April into November. This Downtown Grower’s Market is the longest-running market in Albuquerque and is open from 8am to noon every Saturday. Visit downtowngrowers
The Rail Yards Market downtown is located at The Yards, 777 1st Street SW, in the historic Barelas neighborhood. It is open every Saturday from 8am till 11am and Sundays from 10am to 2pm. The Rail Yards Market is typically open from May till October and one special weekend in December. For more details visit railyardmarket.org
The Los Ranchos Market is located at 6718 Rio Grande Blvd NW in Albuquerque This market is open from 8 to 11 a.m. Sundays and starts in May and runs into November, With nearby farms this is a great place to find your local goods. Visit Losranchosmarket
The village of Corrales is the perfect picturesque setting for the Corrales Growers’ Market at 500 Jones Road. The market opens in April into November 6. Visit the market every Wednesday (starting in mid-July to mid-October) and Sundays from 9am to noon. Visit Corralesgrowersmarket for more information. Note: Dogs are not permitted.
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