NYC Events: Holiday Shopping in New York is one of the Top NYC Events for the Holidays Close to New York Hotels like The Paramount.
When you’re looking for some of the best Holiday Shopping in New York City, try any one of the traditional holiday marketplaces that are open near NYC Accommodations like The Paramount.
There are so many exciting places to enjoy Holiday Shopping in New York City. By attending the many NYC Events held at holiday shopping boutiques and holiday markets, you’ll be able to pick up incredible gifts to give this holiday season, and probably enjoy some fantastic holiday entertainment too.
Visiting New York during the Holidays? Choose NYC Accommodations like the Paramount Hotel – An New York Hotel located close to all NYC Events, New York Activities, and New York Attractions; Madison Square Garden, Rockefeller Center, Central Park and more.
Union Square Holiday Market: Located at the Union Square Subway Station, above Union Square, the Annual Union Square Holiday Market features more than 100 merchants selling exquisite wares for the holidays like hand-blown glass, jewelry, gloves, hats, Tibetan crafts, and other unique gifts. Look forward to enjoying wonderful food and beverages, like hot ciders and cappuccinos while you shop.
Holiday Market at Columbus Circle: Located at the Southwest Entrance of Central Park, the Holiday Market at Columbus Circle brings crafts and gifts for all ages, with more than 120 vendors offering holiday-themed items and everyday wares.
You’ll especially notice the large variety of gifts for foodies at this New York City Shopping location for the holidays. After you’re done with your Holiday Shopping at the Holiday Market, why not take in a Carriage Ride in Central Park, through the picture-perfect snow?
Grand Central Station Holiday Fair: Come to Grand Central Station for Holiday Shopping in New York in a warm and toasty environment, even when it’s freezing outside. Grab a coffee or hot chocolate, and step inside the Grand Central Holiday Fair, a great place to pick up home furnishings, children’s gifts, jewelry, and more. The historic setting alone is a great reason to start checking off your Holiday List at the Grand Central Holiday Fair.
St. Bartholomew’s Church Holiday Shops: The Annual Holiday Shops at St. Bartholomew’s Church Holiday Shopping Boutique is more than your average church holiday shopping market. Shopping in New York, at St. Bartholomew’s Holiday Shops, means you’ll be able to grab everything from Aboriginal art-painted wooden wine bottle holders to graphic tees by Alabama designer Tom Sharp.
Look for Lucite earrings, and so much more from the more than 30 merchants who sell at St. Bartholomew’s Holiday Shops.
Holiday Shops in Bryant Park: Holiday Shopping in Bryant Park is an exquisite New York holiday experience. Bryant Park’s Shops surround The Pond at Bryant Park, where locals and NY Visitors take in ice-skating during the winter months.
Here, you’ll find handbags, pet-related items, top-of-the-line beauty supplies, pottery, herbs and botanicals, cell phone accessories, clothing, eco-friendly items, and more. Shop more than 150 retailers, with a giant Christmas Tree in the background. Look for stores like Brooklyn Made, Creative Letter Art, Wrecords by Monkey and more.
About Paramount Hotel – A New York Hotel
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