Philadelphia's German Christmas Market 2021

Philadelphia's German Christmas Market 2021

Philadelphia's German Christmas Market 2021

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Philadelphia Xmas MarketAuthentic German Christmas Market to Feature Preview Weekend, Ferris Wheel, Live Entertainment, 100+ Shopping Vendors, Wine and Spirit Tastings, and More!

Philadelphia's German Christmas Market and Village in Center City

The Christmas Village in Philadelphia, since debuting in 2008, has grown into one of the region's most significant and unique holiday destinations on the East Coast and one of the most celebrated authentic German Christmas markets in all of America.

Christmas Village returns for its 14th season, running from Thanksgiving Day through Christmas Eve, with a preview weekend on Saturday, November 20 to Sunday, November 21.

This year's attractions include a new two-tier Christmas Village Carousel, Ferris Wheel presented by T-Mobile, and Kids Train presented by SEPTA. Come ready to shop for international and local gifts and decorations.

With locations at Love Park, City Hall Courtyard, and The City Hall North Apron. The Christmas Village and Made in Philadelphia Holiday Market have created a vast Christmas wonderland in the very heart of Center City.

This year, organizers of Christmas Village announce the return of sponsor Bank of America, who will help make the village possible.

"Christmas Village in Philadelphia is gearing up for one of the largest and most festive seasons ever in LOVE Park," said Christmas Village President Thomas Bauer.

Christmas Village kicks off with a unique Preview Weekend. Full of holiday sips, sights, and shopping on Saturday, November 20, and Sunday, November 21, 2021. Enjoy some early holiday cheer and experience the new layout and meet the season's vendors.

This year, over 110 international and regional vendors and artists will sell Christmas items and hand-crafted gifts in decorated tents and wooden houses that will pop up throughout Philadelphia's iconic LOVE Park and around City Hall.

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