Make a stop at The Railyard District while in Santa Fe, this public area one of the most historic and intriguing in the whole city.
Located along Guadalupe Street, The Railyard holds 50 acres of public parkland and gathering space that celebrates history, arts, recreation, landscape, and the environment. While here you can visit art galleries, studios, museums, a year-round farmers market, and a handful of retail and restaurant locations. There is also a 12-screen onsite theater and 13 acres of open space with a park, plaza, and pedestrian promenade. Many people like to visit to simply take advantage of the Rail Trail, one of the most loved outdoor recreation amenities for hikers and bikers which parallels the active RailRunner line.
Of course, the Railyard has an important rail-based history, this spot being a key interchange point between 3 railroads in the late 19th and early 20th century. Today you can hop aboard the commuter train, the Santa Fe RailRunner. This train operates 7 days a week and runs between Albuquerque and Santa Fe.
So if your group wants to dine, shop, see contemporary art or live performances, shop local produce, ride your bike, or hop on a train, be sure to visit The Railyard!
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