Just a few blocks from Times Square, more than 170 vendors sell handmade and New York-specific gifts. The city's only free-to-use ice skating rink adds to a magical festive atmosphere. Seasonal food and drink is available from a dozen highly rated local restaurants. It's a real treat for all the family.
In the grandeur of Grand Central Station, this is one of the oldest and most loved Christmas markets in New York City. The spotlight here is on hand-crafted gifts, with a socially responsible ethos. Expect artwork, one-of-a-kind jewelry, clothing, household goods, and much more.
Fashionable Greenwich Village hosts this most European of Christmas markets in New York City. There are more than 150 traditional wooden stalls selling handcrafted and ethical gifts, mostly locally sourced. Jewelry, leather goods, and home-brewed beer are a specialty.