10 year railyard park

This September 15-16, we are celebrating the 10th year of the Railyard Park + Plaza. Join us for festivals and celebrations happening in the Baca district, Railyard Plaza, and of course, the Railyard Park.

Living History Festival

September 15, 2018

Join us for a day of learning and fun as we transform the Railyard Park into a tour of the rich history of New Mexico. We will have experts in weaving, adobe-brick making, tintype photography and more stationed around the park. Historians will be on site to answer questions and teach us all about life during the era of the railroad!

Click here for all the details!

Pop-Up Playground & Sand-Play Saturday

September 15-16, 2018

Pop-Up Playground

Pop Up Playground is coming to the Railyard Park, as an opportunity for kids of all ages to play, explore and build their own playscape using provided natural materials (logs, pallets, rope, cardboard etc.)

The event is brought to the Park by the Railyard Park Conservancy in collaboration with Randall Davey Audubon Center, Groundworks Studio, the Santa Fe Children’s Museum, and Playscapes.

pop up playground railyard park

Sand-Play Saturday/Sunday

Sand-Play Saturday is back for two days of our wildly popular, nature-based play programming. We will be providing water, funnels, buckets and toys for kids of all ages to explore the properties of sand. As always, SPS will be facilitated by Railyard Park Conservancy staff, and childhood specialist volunteers.

More info about SPS

sand play saturday

Sunday, September 16 2018



NM Railroad History Celebration

September 8-30, 2018

NM railroad celebration

Family weekend event held in the Railyard district of historic Santa Fe, New Mexico. The inaugural weekend is September 15-16, 2018 for the celebration along with associated Railroad Art, Photography, and Model Railroad Exhibition from September 8-30, 2018.

The New Mexico Railroad Celebration is an opportunity for family enjoyment and awareness of this unique vast treasure of railroad history all around the state to inspire future railroad professionals, historians, and hobbyists.

The event is free to the public.