Holiday Markets in NYC – Official Dates

One of the best things to do in New York during the Christmas season is undoubtedly to visit one of the 3 Holiday Markets. In this article you will find their Official Dates.

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Bryant Park Winter Village

πŸ—“οΈ October 27th – January 2nd

The one in Bryant Park is the Holiday Market that stays open the longest during the holiday season. In fact, it is even opened before the end of October and remains open until early January.

Bryant Park is a must-see if you come to New York between November and December. In fact, in addition to the Christmas market you will also find a skating rink and a beautiful Christmas tree.

The Bryant Park skating rink is the only one that is free in Midtown Manhattan: you will only have to pay for skate rentals.

πŸ—ΊοΈ HERE the position of Bryant Park on Google Maps

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Columbus Circle Holiday Market

πŸ—“οΈ November 28th – December 24th

One of the most important official dates of the Holiday Markets in New York is the one of Columbus Circle & Central Park.

This park is located at the southwest entrance to Central Park and more specifically at Columbus Circle.

Getting here is very easy, even on foot. From Times Square walk north on Broadway and in less than 10 minutes you will be at the Christmas Market.

πŸ—ΊοΈ Click HERE for a link to the Google Maps’ position of Columbus Circle

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Union Square Holiday Market

πŸ—“οΈ NovemberΒ 17th – December 24th

According to us at @MyChristmasinNewYork (follow us on Instagram for the best Christmas tours) this is the most beautiful Christmas Market in all of New York.

Here you will find lots of booths where you can shop or even eat something delicious.

πŸ—ΊοΈ HERE the position of Union Square on Google Maps

Since Union Square is in an area that is not too touristy, we chose to include this Christmas Market as one of the 3 stops on our “Holiday Spirit in Manhattan” Tour

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