WILLIAMSBURG — Local nonprofit Culture Fix is hosting its Third Annual Christmas Market in Downtown Williamsburg for 18 festive days this holiday season.
The village-style setting of the Christmas market is meant to evoke traditional European Christmas markets.
Attendees can enjoy the convenience of being able to shop from more than 30 different vendors. The market will also feature live entertainment, craft beer, warm Glühwein and local market food.
There will be photo opportunities throughout the park, and Santa will be in his grotto most days of the market.
The Christmas Market is located along Court Street, behind the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg and adjacent to Bicentennial Park. The first round of market openings are Nov. 25-27. Hours will be from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday.
Other dates the market will be open include Dec. 1-4, Dec. 8-11, and Dec. 15-21. A full breakdown of times for those dates, as well as a list of vendors for the market, are available on the Culture Fix website, where those interested may also sign up to volunteer to help out at the Christmas Market.