Did you know there were holiday markets outside Europe? Where can you find holiday markets in New York City? One location is at the southwest corner of Central Park at Columbus Circle.
Monday- Saturday 10-8 Sunday 10-7
More than 100 vendors sell hand crafted items and specialty foods. Some items are environmentally friendly. There is a food court area with vendors and tables to sit at. In other areas vendors sell hot drinks and other food items as well.
If you are interested in buying a unique handmade item, head over to Columbus Circle- 59th Street and Central Park West by December 24th. You may be surprised what catches your eye.
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What terrific, ingenious ideas! I never stop being amazed by the vast range of areas that are situated in the New York area! You hardly have to leave the city to find something different every day of the year! Great pics as usual Sharon! I especially like the clock made of different tea cups! So original!! Did you buy anything Sharon? 😉
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I liked the praying or meditating Santa. I bought him and a gift for a few people. I did not post pictures of those items do not to spoil the surprise.
Lots of booths and it appears they sell mostly locally made items.