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What a feast for your eyes! Such an array of drop dead gorgeous statement pieces for your home; bronzes, large carved pieces, large koshare, jars, paintings and yard art.
The jewelry was incredible. Not the kind of stuff you see on the roadside at all....More
Come early if you want a place to park, or take public transportation. The variety and quality of the Native American art from all over the US is amazing. There is a good mix of traditional artists and amazing modern artists. The best part -...More
Once a year - Indian Market comes to town - 900 certified native American vendors - perhaps 13 blocks of downtown turned into walkways and boots for these two days. Amazing works of art - jewelry, pottery, rugs, wall art, and more!
We stayed in Santa Fe for the weekend of the Indian Market and paid almost double the price for a hotel within walking distance to the Plaza. Parking lots nearby were charging $15/day for parking. It's very crowded with lots of vendors and shoppers. They...More
The largest grouping of native artists in the country in a city that is itself a piece of n art. One weekend a year, the native artists meet and put on a production. Come if you love Native jewelry, paintings, pottery, fetish, carvings, textiles, and...More
The Santa Fe Indian Market is like.none other to experience native arts and culture on the plaza in the heart of Santa Fe. Hundreds of artists from all over the South West and other native tribes selling fabulous jewellery and more. Native dancers and the...More
We had a great time at the Indian Market in Santa Fe today.
We took the Rail Runner train up from Albuquerque, which saved us the hassle of driving and parking.
All the artists are top notch. The jewelry is phenomenal. A must see!
This is our second year living in Santa Fe and our second Indian Market. The art and the people are wonderful. Booth after booth you are amazed at the diversity of the work and the quality. The pottery is simply beautiful and much of it...More
In every way, too crowded. For restaurants at lunch and dinner, the stores, especially the Plaza, and not to mention traffic, hotel rates jump up 15 to 20 percent, could this all be worth it? In a word YES, we finally stayed not leaving on...More
Not in the market. You need to part on the outskirts and walk. There are no cars allowed in the market. We stayed at the Sante Fe Hilton (I do not recommend this hotel) but there is parking there. I think it was about... More
Not in the market. You need to part on the outskirts and walk. There are no cars allowed in the market. We stayed at the Sante Fe Hilton (I do not recommend this hotel) but there is parking there. I think it was about $20/day then a 10 min walk. There are other lots that are closer but they fill up very early in the day.