Looking for holiday markets to check out in Seattle? Head to the Chinatown International District for a unique market at the Wing Luke Museum this weekend.

It’s your chance to shop local vendors and explore and learn.

The market takes place for one day only on Saturday, December 9th from 11 AM to 3 PM inside the Wing Luke Museum Community Hall. It is free to attend and anyone is welcome to check it out.

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Featured local vendors include Shishido Creative, Kela Designs, Punching Pandas, Sweet & Sour Jewelry, Stephanie Mai Designs & Bathing Beauteas, and the Authors of Lotus Skyliners.

Other than vendors, there will be a holiday craft table for kids.

Of course, you can also pay $17 for admission to visit the museum and learn about the rich history of Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders.

After all, the museum is nationally recognized for its “dynamic, community-driven exhibitions and programs” so why not check it out while you’re there?

Holiday Market at Wing Luke Museum

When: Saturday, December 9th
Where: 719 South King Street
Cost: Free admission