Check out these 9 NYC Christmas Markets

nyc christmas markets

1. Holiday Shops at Bryant Park’s Winter Village

Centrally located, Holiday Shops at Bryant Park’s Winter Village is set up surrounding the skating rink, creating the ideal holiday activity. Shop at more than 100 stalls offering a wide variety of one-of-a-kind goods, including clothing, home decor, jewelry, and food. Skate around the rink and enjoy the hustle and bustle of the holiday season.

October 20, 2016-January 2, 2017

2. Grand Central Holiday Fair & Food Court

Spend some time indoors at Grand Central Holiday Fair and Food Court, located in the  historical Vanderbilt Hall. Get all of your holiday gifts for loved ones at the wide array of vendor stalls offering handbags, jewelry, candles, toys and more!

November 14-December 24, 2016

3. Union Square Holiday Market

Shop some of the most unique crafts, hand-blown glass items, recycled accessories, and hand-made jewelry at over 100 booths. Enjoy snacks and beverages along the way to keep you warm, while you enjoy some live music.

November 17-December 24, 2016

4. Columbus Circle Holiday Market

Located in the beautiful Central Park, the Columbus Circle Holiday Market is a wonderful place to spend the day. Browse the stalls of hand-made goods, drink some hot chocolate, go skating, and enjoy Central park and the beauty it offers.

November 29-December 24, 2016

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5. Bust Magazine Craftacular and Food Fair Holiday

Enjoy hand-made knits, crafts, jewelry, and vintage items at the annual Craftacular. Browse over 200 of the best vendors. Bust not only has an event during the holiday season, but year-round, and in different states to celebrate DIY, vintage, and handmade items.

December 10-11, 2016 11am-7pm

6. Brooklyn Flea/Smorgasburg Holiday Market

Check out the vintage, antique, and food vendors at the indoor Winter Flea and Holiday Market. Ranked as one of the best markets/antique shows in the U.S. it’s a must see (and eat!) with a great menu of eclectic food.

November 5, 2016-March 2017

7. Hester Holiday Market at One Penn Plaza

From the Lower East Side to Midtown, check out all of the handmade gifts and food vendors to find the best holiday items. Participate in the workshops, caroling, and classes.

November 25-December 24, 2016

8. Crafts at St. John’s the Divine Cathedral

Handmade crafts and beautiful art inside of a magnificent cathedral, does it get better than that? I don’t think so! Enjoy seeing the talented artists and their work while finding gifts for your loved ones.

Although Crafts at St. John’s the Divine Cathedral is postponed for the 2016 season, it is definitely one to check out once renovations are complete.

9. Jingle at Chelsea Market

Check out this “edgy, yet arty” holiday market to give your gift giving a whole new spin! Eat and explore each company’s treasures at this holiday pop-up shop market.

December 13-18, 2016

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