Santa Fe International Folk Art Market

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How to Get Here

Park and Catch the Market Buses for FREE at Either of Our Two Locations!

South Capitol Area Parking

Park in the lots around the Runnels Buildings of the South Capitol Complex as well as the surrounding the Department of Transportation buildings.  These lots are located in the block between St. Francis Drive, Cordova Road, Cerrillos Road, and Alta Vista Street.

Buses load from the west side of the bus platform at the South Capitol Station

>View/print South Capitol lot parking map (.pdf)

 

 

 

PERA/Lamy Building Area Parking

The P.E.R.A. parking lots are located just north of the corner of Paseo de Peralta and Old Santa Fe Trail (immediately east of the Roundhouse Capitol building near downtown Santa Fe).  Parking is available on both sides of the P.E.R.A. Building, and surrounding the Lamy and Lew Wallace Buildings.  Some handicapped parking is available in these lots.  Buses pick up and return to the front of the Lamy Building.

Park in the lots surrounding the Lamy, PERA and Lew Wallace buildings between Old Santa Fe Trail, Paseo de Peralta and E. DeVargas.

There is also overflow parking for those attending the Market located in the State Capitol Parking Deck located at the corner of West Manhattan Avenue and Galisteo Street (entrance on Galisteo). Please note that buses to the Market for people who park in the parking deck will continue to pick up only at the location in front of the Lamy Building, just 1-2 blocks from the deck on the east side of the Roundhouse (Capitol Building).

Buses load in front of the Lamy Building, directly across Old Santa Fe Trail from the New Mexico State Capitol, AKA the Roundhouse

Santa Fe Trails buses are fully ADA Compliant with wheelchair lifts (please call (505) 955-2001 or (866) 551-7433 for more information).

>View/Print PERA lots parking map (.pdf)

Bus Schedules During the Market

Friday, July 12: Market Opening Party buses depart from both locations beginning at approximately 6:00 p.m.  Access to the Market site will begin at 6:30.  Buses run continuously throughout the event.  Last bus departs Museum Hill to return to the parking areas at 9:15 p.m.  Please note: There is no public parking on Museum Hill for this event.

Saturday, July 13: Early Bird buses depart from both locations beginning at approximately 7am for Early Bird Market. General Admission market-goers can begin boarding buses at approximately 8am.  Buses run continuously throughout the event.

Sunday, July 14: Buses depart from both locations beginning at 8am and run continuously throughout the event

Last buses to the Market leave the Lamy Building and the South Capitol Station at approximately 4pm.

Last buses back to the parking areas at the Lamy Building and the South Capitol Station leave the Market at 5:15pm.

Coming from South of Santa Fe?  Take the Rail Runner!

Take the Rail Runner to the South Capitol Station (2nd to the last stop on the northbound train).  Check the Rail Runner website for train schedules.

Ride your Bike to the Market

We provide a bike “valet” service for those of you who wish to pedal your way to the market. The bike valet will be available starting at 8 am on Saturday and 9 am on Sunday. The service is free but donations are accepted by our partner, the nonprofit organization Bike Santa Fe.

Please note: If you ride your bike, you MUST enter Camino Lejo from Camino Corrales for safety reasons. Camino Lejo is one-way (north) during the Market to allow the quickest and safest travel for our public shuttles. Bike Santa Fe’s valet service will be located on the right side of Camino Lejo about 20 yards before the Market entrance.

No Parking on Museum Hill

There is NO parking available for the public on Museum Hill for the Market– including the Friday evening Market Opening Party. In addition, there are several road closures in the immediate area on Old Santa Fe Trail, Camino Lejo, Camino Pinones, and Camino Corrales with possibly others as well.  Please park at the free parking lots and take the free Market buses courtesy of Santa Fe Trails.  Keeping the Museum Hill area clear of personal vehicles keeps the Market experience pleasant for all market-goers.


The Santa Fe International Folk Art Market, a non-profit organization, produces the largest international folk art market in the world, and our success led to Santa Fe’s designation as a UNESCO City of Folk Art.