Best Christmas markets in Philadelphia
Load up all season (and even a little beyond) with distinctive creations from area artisans, designers and confectioners in the shadow of City Hall. The market is happening in conjunction with Wintergarden at Dilworth Park, which features the Rothman Institute Ice Rink and America’s Capital Garden Maze and the Rothman Cabin, where you’ll find boozy (or not) seaonal drinks.
Philadelphia’s LOVE Park reopens for one month to host this 10th annual German-inspired holiday market. You’ll find plenty of reasons to prioritize a trip here—whether you want to shop for gifts in the cute little huts full of international and locally made wares, ogle at the thousands of holiday lights or get all nostalgic—and plastered—under the 40-foot Christmas tree with a cup of mulled wine in hand.
This fourth annual open-air marketplace in charming Ardmore showcases more than 40 merchants, plus seasonal bites from food trucks.
The urban farm in Kensington is a one-stop shop for Christmas decor such as trees and wreaths, plus all kinds of handmade gifts, jewelry and more.
Delight in holiday music and bites while stocking up on wreaths, evergreens and natural décor.
This year’s makers’ market will be the biggest ever, with more than 80 vendors, make-and-take art stations and a free Occasionette tote bag filled with gifts from local artists for those who arrive early.
Shop this sure bet located in cool South Philly artist warehouse 1241 Carpenter Street Studios for one-of-a-kind finds ranging from original artwork and sculpture to vintage goods like clothing and accessories.
West Philadelphia’s popular market returns just in time for the holidays, with creative wares like jewelry, stationery and gifts for kids.
Head to this pop-up shop in Mount Airy for locally made fine art and crafts along with music, food and loads of community spirit.
The year-round Christmas Museum hosts a market replete with nativity scenes, hot cider, holiday cookies and loads of Christmas-themed gifts.