New York in winters is enchanted, the Rockefeller center all lit up, ice skating in Central Park And you can eat hot roasted chestnuts from street vendors. The city also has some astounding spots for holiday shopping and snacking, So here is the list of the best Christmas markets in New York. The city takes things to a new level with the many holiday markets that pop up for the season, from the popular Winter Village at Bryant Park to local crafts in Brooklyn. Here’s where you’ll find all sorts of gifts and tasty eat
1) Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park
One of the gorgeous Christmas Markets in New York is the Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park. More than 150 glass kiosks line Bryant Park during the holiday season. The market has goods from local and international artisans, who sell artwork, home goods, beauty products and toys as well as a wide selection of food. In the center of the park is a rink where you can ice-skate, and warm up with some hot cocoa.
2)Grand Central Terminal Holiday Fair
It is one of the huge Christmas market in New York City with more than 40 vendors taking over half of the historic Vanderbilt Hall. You can find a lot of different products there like handmade items and a lot of different unique gifts. Even if you already completed all of your holiday shopping I still suggest that you visit the Grand Central Christmas Market.
3) Union Square Holiday Market
Roughly 200 local and national vendors come together at this outdoor market, selling things like leather goods, artisanal olive oil and skin care products. Special features include a “Little Brooklyn” section, a warming station, a kids’ crafts studio and live music. And of course, there’s tasty food on hand. Check out the Urbanspace Provisions area—with hot chocolate and apple cider available to keep you warm.
4)Astoria Holiday Market
For three Sundays this December, Astoria’s Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden will transform into a holiday market with gifts for sale by local Queens-based crafters, bakers and artisans. Handmade and vintage items include toys, jewelry, accessories, clothing, soaps, artwork and chocolates. Vendors are always changing at the mom-and-pop-style market, so it’s worth visiting more than once.