Albuquerque's farmers', growers', and art markets offer everything from local produce and foods to handmade arts and live music. These outdoor markets sprout up all over the city throughout the summer months, and carry far beyond the standard array of local produce. Find baked goods, regionally raised meat and eggs, dairy products, honeys, jams, flowers, a multitude of local artisans and more at each of the city's unique markets.
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This family-friendly outdoor market occurs every Saturday morning at historic Robinson Park, Downtown. As one of the largest and longest running markets in New Mexico, the Downtown Growers' Market is perfect for enjoying summer mornings full of music, yoga, local produce and art, food trucks, and more.
This community organized market celebrates all things local and at the heart of Albuquerque and New Mexican culture. More than a typical farmers' market, every Sunday you can discover local produce, food, artisans, healing vendors, and live music all in one of Albuquerque's most unique venues.
The Los Ranchos Growers and Art Market is the perfect place to find creative and unique goods handcrafted by local artists. Discover handmade arts and crafts alongside local produce and foods while enjoying live music.
This weekly farmers' market takes place in the Village of Corrales, and offers live music, the best local produce regional farmers have to offer.