Philadelphia, PA - The Made in Philadelphia Holiday Market will again return to Dilworth Park - this year with more vendors than ever before! This holiday season, get ready to shop small, shop local and shop at this uniquely Philadelphia holiday open-air marketplace.
Made in Philadelphia Holiday Market Returns for 2020
Philadelphia's premiere local-focused holiday market returns to Dilworth Park from Saturday, November 21, 2020, to January 1, 2021, with all-new safety precautions.. The focus is local vendors with arts, crafts, and gifts made and sourced in the region. This charming outdoor winter bazaar was designed to complement the global shopping at the city's largest holiday market, Christmas Village Returns To Philadelphia - right across the street at LOVE Park.
Just a few feet away, in the City Hall Courtyard, look for the Christmas Village Carousel to ride again! Get ready to go round-and-round on the 15 wood carves horses, five special reindeer, and a new Christmas sleigh. The carousel will be complemented by vendor booths in the courtyard perimeter.
Together, Christmas Village in Philadelphia, the Christmas Village Carousel, and The Made in Philadelphia Market will serve as the region's largest holiday destination - this year looking to attract over two million people.
Plus, stay tuned! The organizers of both markets have a big announcement to make very soon for even more holiday shopping, decorations, and fun.
Dilworth Plaza's Christmas Light Show - Center City District in collaboration with 6abc will create a new holiday season attraction for visitors to experience - an animated light show, synchronized with holiday music and projected on Philadelphia’s National Historic Landmark, City Hall - Deck the Hall Light Show presented by Independence Blue Cross. This choreographed light show will be presented multiple times nightly, seven days a week, highlighting the architecture of the west portal of City Hall and visible from Dilworth Park and along West Market Street.
Rothman Institute Ice Rink at Dilworth Plaza at Dilworth Park will open Friday, November 10, 2017, with a salute to veterans. This winter season at Dilworth Park is supported by Live Nation, Temple University, Capital One, and 6abc. Welcoming more than 60,000 skaters last season, the Rothman Ice Rink will open this year in time to celebrate winter in the heart of the city.
America’s Garden Capital Maze Dilworth Plaza, a holiday-inspired garden created in partnership with Greater Philadelphia Gardens and supported by Temple University Ambler. Located on the Albert M. Greenfield Lawn, children and adults will delight in discovering picture-perfect moments amid holiday topiaries, twinkling lights, and seasonal plants that showcase more than 30 public gardens, arboreta, and historic landscapes located within 30 miles of Philadelphia, giving Philadelphia the distinction of America's Garden Capital.
Join SEPTA and Center City District for Santa Express, with fun-filled holiday train rides and a festive parade to welcome Santa Claus to Dilworth Park at City Hall. Festivities will also include skating with Santa at the Rothman Ice Rink. Kick-off the season on Friday, November 24, 2017, and spend the day in Philadelphia visiting the city’s boutiques on this shoppers’ holiday. Dilworth Park has convenient access to SEPTA’s Broad Street, Market-Frankford and Trolley Lines.
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