Well, whether you like it or not the holiday season is here and that means its time to give some gifts! If you don’t know where to shop, holiday markets are always a great place to start. Here are 7 holiday markets to check out in Seattle this season.
Need a gift for the self proclaimed geek or nerd in your life? GeekCraft Expo has all that and more. You’ll be able to shop from tons of local handmade gifts.
When: November 25th-27th
Where: Hangar 30 in Magnuson Park
Pike Place’s yearly holiday celebration isn’t exactly a Christmas market but it certainly has all the elements of one. You can shop from all of the normal market vendors whilst enjoying holiday decorations and lights.
When: Begins November 26th
Where: Pike Place Market
This is the largest indie craft fair in both Seattle and the Pacific Northwest as a whole. You’ll find over 150 vendors selling all sorts of wares perfect for gift giving this holiday season. There’s a preview night on the 2nd and you’ll be able to check out the full fair on the 3rd and 4th.
When: December 2nd-4th
Where: Seattle Center Exhibition Hall
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You can enjoy a pint, cider or both at Yonder Cider’s Holiday Market. You’ll also be able to get some holiday shopping done thanks to amazing local businesses that will be selling their handmade wares at the market.
When: December 4th
Where: 826 NW 49th St
If you miss Urban Craft Uprising you can check out the South Lake Union Winter Market which is a smaller extension of the larger fair. It’s all outdoors and each day you’ll find a different vendor.
When: December 8th & 9th
Where: 2250 7th Ave
If you’re into all things handmade then this market is for you. You’ll find over 50 small businesses selling all sorts of wares perfect for giving to your family, friends and SO this holiday season.
When: December 18th
Where: 115 Bell St
The Fremont Market isn’t exclusively a holiday market as it happens year round. That being said, it is a great place to find antiques, vintage clothing and much more.
When: Every Sunday
Where: Evanston Ave N & 34th St