Farmers and Crafts Market


One of the biggest year-round attractions in the area is the Las Cruces Farmers' and Crafts Market located on Main Street in Downtown Las Cruces on Wednesday and Saturday mornings. Established in 1971 by produce growers, operation and governance of the Market is now under the Farmers & Crafts Market of Las Cruces, Inc (FCMLC).

The Market offers locals and visitors the opportunity to shop for unique goods and services, arts and crafts, and other original merchandise in an outdoor setting. There is delicious, locally-grown food including produce, herbs, and eggs. Fresh baked goods and regional delicacies are an added treat for all. Roving entertainers round out this weekly community event. Residents and visitors alike appreciate the local flavor and the talents of the market vendors.

Market Info

Find us year-round every Wednesday and Saturday, 8:30am to 1:00pm, on Main Street in downtown Las Cruces. See the map located on the right column.

For more Market information, please contact the Farmers & Crafts Market office at (575) 201-3853. The office is located at 125 N. Main Street in the Community Enterprise Center. Or visit their website at www.fcmlc.org.

Download this Market map for your wireless device.

Transportation

There are several public parking lots adjacent to the Market on Water and Church Streets. Also, City Hall parking lot offers dozens of shaded parking spaces that can be accessed off Main Street or Campo.

The Central Transfer Point for RoadRunner Transit is located at the south end of the downtown, between Water and Main Street. View the RoadRunner Transit Maps.

  • Routes arriving on the hour: 30, 50, 70, and 80.
  • Routes arriving on the half-hour: 10, 20, 40, 60, and 80.

Riding your bicycle to the market is a great way to experience Las Cruces’ fantastic weather. While bike riding within the market is prohibited, there are many bike racks throughout downtown where you can park your bike once you arrive. View the Metropolitan Planning Organization’s (MPO) Bicycling Suitability Map.

 

 

FCM map

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