The Union Square Holiday Market is run by Urbanspace. The company is known for is exciting roster of markets featuring artisans, makers and chefs. Its projects include Ursbanspace Vanderbilt, Broadway Bites, Mad. Sq. Eats, Urbanspace Garment District, the Columbus Circle Holiday Market, and more. Over the years, the Union Square Holiday Market has become one of the holiday icons in New York City and a major tourist attraction.
The Union Square Holiday Market is an internationally renowned Christmas market that offers unique gifts created by local artists and craftsmen. During the market season, Union Square is filled with booths and stalls where vendors offer accessories and jewelry, various kinds of artwork (from posters to framed paintings and prints), home goods, winter accessories (hats, scarves, gloves), gourmet pantry items, handmade candles and soaps, personal care products for men and women, gifts for children and teenagers, and more.
The market cares for those who prefer to shop socially-conscious goods. Vendors that offer such goods are marked by Artisan Pledge symbols. These symbols indicate local stores, local farmers, products made in New York, products made in the US, 100% handmade goods, organic certified products, fair trade certified goods, and goods made from reused, recycled, or vintage items.
Of course, the market experience is not limited to shopping. If you get hungry or cold, check out foods stalls that offer a wide choice of foods and drinks, ranging from hot chocolate to authentic Persian soup. A kid's craft studio, live music, and other attractions provide an eclectic holiday experience that draws millions of people to the very heart of New York City.