GRAND CENTRAL TERMINAL’S ANNUAL HOLIDAY FAIR
Nov. 17 – Dec. 24, 2014
Monday – Saturday, 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Sunday, 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Closed Thanksgiving Day
November 17 and Christmas Eve, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
The Holiday Fair Features Locally Handmade, Sustainable Products from the New York Area to Close out the Terminal’s Centennial Year
Grand Central Terminal’s acclaimed annual Holiday Fair fills Vanderbilt Hall starting Monday, Nov. 18, with 76 handpicked artists and craftspeople drawn primarily from New York City and its surrounding areas. Closing out the Terminal’s Centennial, this year’s Holiday Fair offers shoppers an eclectic mix of art, clothing for adults and children, handbags, jewelry and accessories for men and women, bath and body items, home goods, collectible toys, holiday items and gifts for pets
Started in 1993, the Holiday Fair keeps true to its tradition of making each fair unique by bringing in new vendors and fresh items. This year, 21 of the 76 vendors are new to the fair. The fair has seen a growing number of ready-to-wear vendors in the past few years and, with seven booths featuring designer women’s clothing, this year is no exception. In addition, 74 percent of the vendors for this year’s fair are from the New York area and 88 percent design and produce American-made products.
New Yorkers, commuters and tourists will find unique gifts for their friends and families in a variety of products and price points. Visitors will enjoy the Terminal’s warm environment, its storied surroundings and its proximity to a wide variety of other activities in one of the city’s most iconic buildings.
Grand Central Terminal
89 E. 42 St.
New York, NY 10017
MTA Metro-North Railroad is the steward of Grand Central Terminal, which stands as one of America’s greatest transportation hubs and one of New York City’s most iconic buildings. It is both a national landmark and an international example of the success that can be achieved giving new life to a historic building that otherwise may have been destroyed. The Grand Central brand reflects the remarkable caliber of services in the Terminal, including boutique restaurants and cocktail lounges, a gourmet market, and many specialty shops. It draws more than 750,000 national and international visitors each day and wows them with its varied offerings and tour programs. Storied Vanderbilt Hall, once the waiting room for long-distance travelers, is among the most-desired public event spaces in the city.