Twin Cities Holiday Markets You Don’t Want to Miss

Looking to shop local this holiday season? I’ve got you covered. There are plenty of Twin Cities makers markets to find the perfect gift.

The Black Market

First and foremost, I want to tell you about the Black Market featuring black owned businesses throughout. You will find plenty of black owned vendors selling candles, African jewelry and accessories, T-shirts, and so much more. Plus get your soul food fix while you shop at the many food vendors. November 18th, Eustis Ave., Saint Paul.

Four Seasons Nordic Village Market 

The Four Seasons Minneapolis is hosting their Nordic Village Market. Sip complimentary hot cider while visiting local makers nestled inside cozy cabins selling everything from jewelry, candles, and more. This winter market runs now through January.

Side note: We went to their launch this past weekend and had a great time!

Dayton's Winter Makers Market

Dayton's fans will love the opportunity to shop with 80 local retailers and makers in this historic downtown Minneapolis space. It runs from November 16 through December 30. 700 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis.

Bachman's Winter Farmers Market

Listen, if you’ve haven't been to Bachman's on Lyndale, where have you been? It is only the best place to head for a year round greenery that will boost your spirits. They will host their winter farmers market on November 11. 6010 Lyndale Ave., South Minneapolis. 

Wagner's Winter Farmers Market

While you’re visiting local Minneapolis garden centers, head to Wagner’s Field + Festival Holiday Indoor Market. Starting November 4 through December 17. There, you’ll find rotating list of vendors, local bakers and artisans.

European Christmas Market

Head to the Union Depot in Saint Paul where you’ll be transformed into a quaint little European market where you can shop handmade crafts, and unique gifts from local vendors and taste European foods.  Runs weekends, November 24 through December 17.

This is just a small taste of some of the Twin Cities holiday markets. Just remember to shop local to support local businesses this Christmas.

Happy shopping!

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