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Railyard Arts District

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Railyard Arts District

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HarpistSantaFe wrote a review Feb 2021
Santa Fe207 contributions237 helpful votes
It was a terrific idea to develop this area, but sadly nothing happened. The main buildings remain unoccupied and any businesses that tried to move in have failed. There is a mediocre restaurant and a good multiplex theatre. Other than that it is a wasteland!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Pete wrote a review Jan 2021
Los Alamos, New Mexico4 contributions
This place is a pitiful mess of eastern U.S. tin can architecture.. Seriously could have been done so much better. It had REI that basically killed the Ma and Pop Outdoor camping an hiking mountaineering businesses!! Thank you so much.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Mountain_Momma3 wrote a review Aug 2020
Carlsbad, New Mexico49 contributions36 helpful votes
We did not actually go to the museum part of the Railyard Arts District, we went down from it to the Railyard walking park. My son was wanting to see it as he loves trains. The first thing we did not like is that it is very hard to get to and you have to pay for parking! It is just a walking park and great for little ones, but was a little uncomfortable with several homeless around the area. There is a great, red caboose at the end that is pretty neat. Probably will not go back.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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RoxanneDarling wrote a review Apr 2020
Hawaii35 contributions12 helpful votes
Sana Fe is known for its many galleries, but the Railyard District is now home to several modern, bright galleries offering artists from around the world. galleryFRITZ, Charlotte Jackson, Evoke, and SITE Santa FE are some of my favorites. Plus, the Farmer's Market is on-site and REI and Violet Crown Cinema, too.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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CavemanHHH wrote a review Feb 2020
Placitas, New Mexico580 contributions246 helpful votes
This is a good place to walk around stretching your legs while seeing cool unique things to buy. The Sunday market is my favorite time to visit due to the availability of different wares
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Date of experience: February 2020
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