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Top 17 Best Christmas Markets in New York


Alina Prikhodko

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The city is already gradually dressing up for the holiday and attracts with its whimsical storefronts, and holiday markets, in addition to bright lights and unique gifts, offer ice skating and unusually delicious food. Time-out collected all the New York Christmas markets in one place, you just have to decide which one you like best. Buying the perfect gift doesn't have to be stressful, make it fun.

1. Brooklyn Navy Yard Holiday Market

The sixth annual Brooklyn Navy Yard Holiday Market will officially take place the first weekend of December (December 2 and 3, noon to 5 p.m.) at Assembly Road and Gee Avenue.

This year it is “Wallabout Wonderland” - a gigantic event covering an area of ​​9300 square meters. meters with over 200 vendors selling locally produced goods and products. There you can choose from home goods, clothing and accessories, art, wellness products, skin care products and much more.

In particular, Brooklyn-based community organization The Lay Out selected 75 small, black-owned brands for this year's holiday market, including regular favorites like BrklynBarSoap and new brands like Adanne, From The Arxhive's, and Deandra Craigman's, whose beautiful candles Can be custom made with on-site engraving. The Lay Out will partner with Clinton Hill Sandbox to operate a gift wrapping and shipping center located right inside Wallabout Wonderland, allowing visitors to shop locally and easily send gifts to loved ones around the world.

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There will also be a “Family Corner” with free activities for families with children of all ages: cookie decorating, holiday card making, Lego and balloon house building. For adults: custom jewelry making, live music and hand massage with mint scrub. The lounge is a great place to sit back and relax while sipping hot coconut and special holiday drinks from Kings County Distillery, Rooftop Reds and Rustik Tavern, as well as listening to classic holiday hits.

The market itself is completely free and open to the public, but organizers encourage everyone to register here before visiting.

2. Crafts at the cathedral

Now in its 25th year, the annual Holiday Craft Market, held at the Palace Cathedral of St. John the Divine from December 1 to 3, provides an opportunity for more than 85 artisans, including many who have competed in the Philadelphia Craft Shows and Smithsonian Museum Craft Shows, to sell their wares. self made.

Here you can see unique ceramics, leather, sculpture, jewelry, painting, metal, wood, mixed media art and much more. The craft show is organized and directed by Richard and Joanna Rothbard, owners of An American Craftsman Galleries and producers of the Berkshire Arts Festival, Brooklyn Museum's American Fine Craft Show, Sarasota Art & Design Show and the Rockefeller Center Arts Festival.

“This exhibition will allow visitors to see some of the most timely work—both classical and contemporary—handcrafted by the country's finest talent,” said exhibition director Richard Rothbard. All proceeds from ticket sales will go to the cathedral and its programs.

3. Make Manifest Bk

There will be plenty of holiday shopping in Bed-Stuy this year as three separate markets reopen on Black Girl Magic Street.

On November 24th and 25th, Tompkins Avenue (aka Black Girl Magic Street) will host the Black Friday Night Market (5-10pm) and Small Biz Saturday Marketplace (noon-6pm) with local vendors and organizations who can shop in one place.

Tompkins Avenue will then host the annual Winter Artisan Market (December 2-3, 9-10, 16-17 and 23-24), featuring Black-owned brands. Tompkins Avenue will transform into a festive “winter village” with live music, art , DJ networks, gift wrapping workshops, holiday photo shoots and much more.

4. FAD Market

This holiday season, shop 'till you drop at FAD Market, a curated pop-up market dedicated to fashion, art and design. Here you'll see your favorite makers, as well as new creations to help you live smarter, give better gifts, and support local businesses. Free admission.

- Empire Stores in Dumbo: November 27 – December 22
– Art center Invisible Dog at Boerum Hill: December 2, 3, 9, 10, 16 and 17.

5. Astoria Holiday Market

On two Sundays before Christmas (December 10 and 17), Queens' classic beer garden Bohemian Hall transforms into a New York City-centric artisan market. It offers a variety of handmade and vintage items. Bohemian Hall will present a “Grandma’s Kitchen” menu, which includes a variety of homemade soups, appetizers and homemade apple strudel. There will also be eggnog, chestnuts, hot apple cider and other holiday treats.

6. The Makers Show

This holiday season, more than 60 small businesses will be bringing The Maker's Show to City Point. Over four three-day weekends, it will showcase unique crafts and products from emerging entrepreneurs, including Grateful GemHead (a dive into the world of gemstones, minerals and crystals), Love Set Match (a collection of premium tennis clothing for girls), Moonchild Slipper Socks from Anatolia, playful handmade ceramics from Cosmos Pottery and more.

7. Queens Craft Brigade

The Queens Craft Brigade brings together an exceptional community of Queens makers. The Independent Market at Katch Astoria brings together talented artisans from across the area and hosts monthly events featuring art, jewelry, fashion, crafts and more.

  • 25 November: Small Business Saturday
  • December 9: Holiday market

8. Holiday market Brooklyn Pop-Up

Brooklyn Pop-up is offering a variety of great holiday markets this season. Holiday Markets at the Brooklyn Museum (Indoor Market)

When: December 2-3, December 9-10, from 11:00 to 17:30

In the museum lobby, you will be able to shop from 40 local vendors and manufacturers who will be selling handcrafted goods, handmade jewelry, contemporary and upcycled clothing, ceramics, wellness products, home goods, treats and pet accessories, packaged food products, craft distillers' products and more. Carolers will perform at the fair.

Old Stone House Holiday Bazaar (open-air market)

When: December 9, 10am to 4pm

The Old Stone House Holiday Bazaar, located at the intersection of 4th Street and Fifth Avenue in Park Slope, adjacent to the Old Stone House in Washington Park, hosts more than 40 local artisans, makers and small businesses. Mulled wine and cider will be sold at the fair.

New Holiday Artisans Market at the Museum of the City of New York (indoor market)

When: December 16-17, 10am to 5pm

The new holiday market will take over the lobby of the Museum of the City of New York, where local producers, mostly artisans from Harlem and Upper Manhattan,
will present handmade jewelry, fashionable clothing, household items, accessories and gifts.


9. Grand holiday bazaar

One of the oldest in New York City, this weekly market on the Upper West Side offers holiday treats and special holiday vendors each holiday season.

From November 26th to December 23rd, stop by any Sunday to shop photos, jewelry, furniture, cosmetics, antiques and delicious food from over 350 local merchants selling goods throughout the holiday season and feel really good about the market's support local businesses, donating 100% of their profits to the area's four public schools.

10. Hester Street Fair

On November 28, the Hester Street fair moves indoors for the holidays. The fair will still be held at The Seaport at 18 Fulton Street (formerly the Scotch and Soda store). Guests will be treated to unique handmade gifts (Eden's Harvest, Trop Flavor Co, Binata Millinery and Little Paper Warriors returned from last year's fair), personalized gift wrapping, photo opportunities, live music, hot cocktails and a charming gingerbread village from overseas. The holiday takes place from 17:21 to 30:18 with a break at 00:XNUMX for the lighting of the Christmas tree in the Seaport.

11. Bryant Park Winter Village

Bank of America's Bryant Park Winter Village returns to New York City with exciting holiday shopping, food and entertainment from October 27 to March 3, 2024. Ice skating rink with an area of ​​1500 sq. meters, which you can use for free (if you bring your own skates), is always the main event, but “Winter Village” in all its festive spirit is a close second. This year there will be more than 180 new and reopened kiosks, including - Truffleist, Pinky Pilots art and Soap & Paper Factory.

12. Harlem Night Market

Perhaps one of the most conveniently located holiday markets is the Grand Central Holiday Fair. Beginning December 24, Vanderbilt Hall hosts the fair, which will feature 75 local food and craft vendors and small businesses known for their quality and products made in New York State and the United States.

The best representatives of business will gather in Harlem at La Marqueta on December 2, 9 and 16. From 16:00 pm to 20:00 pm, Harlem's favorite vendors will be offering food and manufacturers and small businesses offering items for the holiday season. Turntable legends @tedsmooth and @djstorminnorman will compose the playlist, with special guests @uptownvinylsupreme. Children's activities, including a meet and greet with Santa, are offered from 15 to 17 p.m.

13. Grand Central Holiday Fair

Perhaps one of the most conveniently located holiday markets is the Grand Central Holiday Fair. Beginning December 24, Vanderbilt Hall hosts the fair, which will feature 75 local food and craft vendors and small businesses known for their quality and products made in New York State and the United States.

“Whether you're hoping to find a unique handmade bracelet for your jewelry friend, a missing cityscape painting to complete your wall decor, or homemade knits to keep your loved ones warm this winter, the Grand Central Holiday Fair is the place to be. ahead of the holidays.” – says their press release.

The holiday fair will be open seven days a week from 10am to 7pm on Mondays and 11am to 6pm on Sundays. The fair will be closed on Thanksgiving Day. More information about specific vendors and opening hours can be found here.


14. Union Square Holiday Market

Union Square Holiday Market opens on November 16th (11am to 7 or 8pm) Urbanspace – European-style outdoor winter market with over 160 local and national vendors. New this year are Swedish tablecloths from Three Bluebirds, a family-owned business that produces authentic Swedish tablecloths designed and printed in Connecticut.

Raw Spirit is a women's socially conscious fragrance brand born from global travels to the Australian outback and the mountains of Haiti, dedicated to sustainably supplying unique ingredients to indigenous and marginalized communities. K2 Pearls are a unique and highly sought after gemstone known for their striking blue and white marble patterns reminiscent of the majestic peaks of Mount K2.

15. Holiday market Urbanspace Columbus Circle

Hosted by the same people behind Union Square Market, this annual holiday market features handmade items from local artisans and snacks from vendors. At the market you can find a special concierge who will help you navigate among the 100 stalls. This year, you'll find Gabriella Ceballos jewelry, Patches and Pins designs, and Hudson Houndstooth pet accessories and apparel.

16. Winter by Empire

The Winter by Empire holiday exhibition will take place at Empire Stores, 53-83 Water Street, along Brooklyn Bridge Park in Dumbo. “Winter Wonderland” will be a complex event organized in a specially built outdoor space in the courtyard of the shopping complex.

Expect delicious deals from local vendors La Newyorkina and Buttercup Bake Shop, as well as great finds from New York businesses, making holiday shopping even easier. There will also be a heated outdoor bar on site in partnership with Cecconi's Dumbo, serving hot cocoa throughout the day and cocktails after sunset. Don't forget to check out the luxurious gingerbread house and life-size snow globe on the roof of the fifth floor of Time Out Market - it might be the perfect Instagram shot.

17. Блошиный рынок Oddities

On Saturday, December 9, at the Metropolitan Pavilion, collector and osteologist Ruan Matthew Cohn and his wife and executive producer Regina Marie Cohn will offer witchcraft mementos, morbid curiosities, medical history ephemera, insect jewelry, taxidermy and more at this fabulously scary market.

You can shop from Miss Havisham Curiosities, Brooklyn Taxidermy, Morbid Curiosities, Phoenix Botanicals, Anomaly Jewelry, Paper Stranger, Wicked Florist LLC, Rebels & Outlaws, Deadskull Curio, This Shit Blinks, Love Lorn Lingerie, Last Rites Vintage, Crooked Teeth Keys , Feather And Foxglove, Ellipsis Rare Books and many more.

During this time, you can get a weird-themed tattoo or piercing at Rebel & Rose Tattoo, take photos at Cosmic Eye, get a tarot reading at Huge Witch, and indulge in sweet treats at Solid Wiggles.

VIP tickets will allow you to enter the event from 11 am to 13 pm, while general admission is available from 13 pm to 19 pm.

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