It’s Holiday Market Time In NYC

is the last market to open thAs we near the holiday season, NYC begins to transform itself into a holiday wonderland and part of that wonderland includes the many holiday markets and bazaars that pop up around the city.  The 2013 holiday season will be no different than any that have come before as it offers up a number of options for your holiday shopping.

1. The Union Square Holiday Market– From November 21st to December a 150 vendor holiday market will pop up in the heart of Union Square. Expect to find plenty of jewelry, home decor items, tons of gift options, crafts, and food & drinks to snack on. Hours are: Mon—Fri 11am—8pm, Sat 10am—8pm, Sun 11am—7pm.

2. The Bryant Park Holiday Market– The holiday market at Bryant Park is already open and runs through January 5th. It has 125 vendors serving up everything for crafts and clothing to artisanal food and snacks. Hours are: Mon—Fri 11am—8pm, Sat 10am—9pm, Sun 10am—6pm.

3. The Columbus Circle Holiday Market– Similar to Union Square and Bryant Park, the Columbus Circle market is the last market to open for the holiday season. It features plenty of vendors, tons of handcrafted gifts and plenty of food,  and runs from December 3rd to December 24th. Hours are: Mon—Sat 10am—8pm, Sun 10am—7pm.

4. The Hester Holiday Market– Running from December 1st to December 21st the Hester Street Fairs hosts it’s 3rd annual holiday market in 2013.  Expect to find all sorts of vintage vendors, hip indie jewelry, handcrafted holiday items and more. This year the market will even be excepting Bitcoins. Hours are: Daily 11am—7pm.

5. The Grand Central Terminal Holiday Market– The 14th annual Grand Central Holiday Market opened on November 18th and will run through December 24th.  This seasons market is also celebrating Grand Central Terminals centennial and will feature 76 vendors covering every category you could imagine from art to bath products to gifts for your pet. Hours are: Mon—Sat 10am—8pm, Sun 11am—7pm.

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