Hundreds of vendors sell locally produced food, crafts, and produce at the Farmers & Crafts Markets of Las Cruces, which has been operating for nearly 50 years. The market is family-friendly and provides tourists an opportunity to learn about the people and culture of the Mesilla Valley through southwest-inspired crafts, chile-infused foods, and live music.
- Fresh Produce
- Arts & Crafts
- Live Music & Entertainment
- Food Trucks
All of the items sold by our vendors are handcrafted and manufactured in the region. In Dona Ana County, everything from jewelers and metalwork to paintings and fiber art has been made. We are proud of our large number of local artists and artisans. You’ll find it at the market if you’re looking for anything to remind you of the beautiful scenery or our rich culture.
The Mesilla Valley has a long agricultural history, which is evident at the market. Local produce farmers provide a steady supply of a variety of goods, including organic and gluten-free varieties. We also have a plethora of prepared food vendors selling everything from traditional New Mexican cuisine to homemade kombucha! So, if you’re looking for breakfast while strolling or lunch before going home, the market has something for everyone.
There are plenty of lunch choices available, as well as the opportunity to see some of the artists do what they do best: make.
Saturday: 8:30 am to 1 pm Location: 7 City Blocks along Main St. in Downtown Las Cruces
Wednesday: 8:30 am to 1 pm at Plaza de Las Cruces in Downtown
What’s the Difference Between the Saturday and Wednesday Farmers’ Markets?
Our Wednesday Markets are a smaller, more relaxed variant of our Saturday market.
Visit The Market
Every week, you can stroll down Main Street Las Cruces, which is lined with live music and a wide variety of fresh locally grown produce, farm-raised meat, freshly baked bread, pastries, and coffee, as well as 200-300 local merchants and goods.