Central Park Holiday Market. Photo: NYC Parks
Eat, drink, shop, and be merry – park holiday markets welcome patrons this winter season
New holiday market opens at Brooklyn Borough Hall
NYC Parks is proud to showcase the reopening of New York City’s iconic park-hosted holiday markets this season. Now through January, you can find holiday markets welcoming New Yorkers and visitors to shop for clothes, trinkets, arts and crafts, good eats, and much more in some of the city’s famous parks. Parks is also excited to announce a new market joining in the holiday cheer at Brooklyn Borough Hall.
“Along with ice skating rinks opening, and the smell of roasting chestnuts filling our streets, seeing the holiday markets pop up is a clear sign that the holiday season has kicked off in New York City,” said NYC Parks Commissioner Sue Donoghue. “We invite all New Yorkers to join the in the magic of the holidays, and we’re so excited to welcome a new market into the mix at Brooklyn Borough Hall in Columbus Park!”
Whether you’re strolling through Union Square, ice skating at the Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park, passing through Columbus Circle on the way to Central Park, or browsing Brooklyn-based vendors at Brooklyn Borough Hall, stop in and take a look at what these holiday markets have to offer, curated by Urbanspace.
“This is turning out to be a great season with record attendance at our markets!! Every year we catch up with old friends and make new ones at the markets… it’s such a wonderful way to enjoy being outside at the Holidays,” said Urbanspace President Eldon Scott.
Details on the markets below:
Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park – Holiday Shops by Urbanspace
41st St. and Avenue of the Americas
Open daily through January 2, 2023
Each year, Bryant Park transforms into a winter wonderland featuring an open-air holiday market where you can ice skate, eat, drink, and shop.
Union Square Holiday Market
14th St. and Broadway
Open daily through December 24, 2022
The Union Square Holiday Market is the longest running and largest holiday market in the city. With over 160 vendors, there’s opportunities to stroll, peruse, and enjoy this holiday tradition in one of the City’s most iconic public spaces.
Columbus Circle Holiday Market
59th St. / Columbus Circle and Central Park West
Open daily November 29 through December 24, 2022
Columbus Circle will be lit with holiday cheer and joy as the Holiday Market features over 140 vendors. Soak in the splendor of a holiday shopping experience in the heart of New York City.
Brooklyn Borough Hall Holiday Market in Columbus Park
209 Joralemon St.
Open daily November 28 through December 26, 2022
Urbanspace’s newest holiday market features Brooklyn based artisans, restauranteurs, and vintage and antique collectors selling one-of-a-kind pieces. Finish your holiday gift shopping while supporting local businesses.
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