Boston Holiday Markets & Festivals

Holiday Markets & Festivals to Visit when in Boston this season

1. SoWa Winter Festival

For your shopping pleasure, 100+ of the region’s best makers, artists, designers and specialty food vendors will be selling their products in the SoWa Power Station. Delicious Food, Specialty Bars, and Hot Beverage Stations will satisfy your hunger and thirst. Be sure to venture to the 2nd floor for live and festive entertainment!

Cost: $10 per person. Kids under 10 are free.
There is some parking on site for $10 cash.

Pro tip: we went on small business Saturday so it was a busy day! But even though the line to get in looked long, it moved very quickly.

This market is open Thursdays through Sundays through Dec 17.

2. Holiday Market Snowport

In its third season, The Holiday Market at Snowport features 120+ makers, a tree market for all your evergreen needs, more food than ever before, with a custom cocktail bar from Tuscan Kitchen, and festive decor including a mistletoe arch, and winter wish wall.

Cost: free to get in. Parking is by an hourly rate and can be found here

3. Boston Public Market

Open year round. They host seasonal pop up shops. The public market hosts local entrepreneurs for weekend pop-up markets, perfect for gift shopping! Products range from cards and home goods, knitwear, jewelry, locally-made food products, pottery, and other gift items. Pop-ups vary by day, browse their website to see who’s coming this holiday season.

4. Downtown Holiday Market

Check the stalls at Downtown Crossing for local art, artisan jewelry, woodcarving, candles, holiday goods, snack vendors and much more. Keep your eyes peeled for carolers and other celebrations as well! This market is open Nov. 24-Dec. 23, on Fridays and Saturdays. *Weather permitting.

Have we missed your favorite Boston area pop up holiday market?  Tell us about it in comments below.

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