10 Shops You Won’t Want to Miss from the Made in Philadelphia Market

Outdoor holiday markets are much more than a series of cookie-cutter kiosks; they are a vibrant thread that weaves a community and its artists together. At Dilworth Park, the “Made in Philadelphia Holiday Market” keeps this holiday tradition alive with over 40 local businesses offering unique, hand-crafted gifts. 

Through January 1, 2024, the Made in Philadelphia Holiday Market at Dilworth Park is open from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m on Friday and Saturday and 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday through Thursday. Attention procrastinators: They’re even open from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Christmas Eve!  

Because the bustle of the season and the endless array of choices can be overwhelming, we created a “cheat sheet” with some of the great gifts you can buy at the Made in Philadelphia Holiday Market – all the while supporting local-, minority- and women-owned small businesses.  

Below are 10 of the most sought-after spots at the Made in Philadelphia Holiday Market. For a full list of vendors and map, click here.  


Bella U  
📍 Booth #19  
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Bella U is your go-to shop for the Philadelphia sports fans on your list who want to be cozy and cute. 

Foster Philly Art   
📍 Booth #27 
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Custom Gritty Print by an amazing local artist, anyone?  

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📍 Booth #34
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Skinmussh brings shoppers gifts of “self care,” including the Body Souffle moisturizer that smells and looks like a delicious dessert.  

City Totes  
📍 Booth #32 
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City Totes offers locally sourced tote bags and purses that embrace the sustainable, “slow fashion” movement toward quality products and elimination of waste.  


Tiger Snake Vintage
📍 Booth #22 
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Follow the shimmering disco balls to this vintage spot and pick up treasures like a one-of-a-kind “Bird Gang” women’s shirt or a standout piece of jewelry. 

Crafts Department Philly
📍 Booth #17 
🔗 Website
You’ll find ceramics, jewelry, and hand-crafted holiday cards here. One of our favorites is a handmade, Philly-centric tree ornament to add some local flavor to your holiday decor.  

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Good Boy Biscuits & Bones
📍 Booth #36 
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Good Boy Biscuits & Bones has lots of all-natural treats your dog will love, like this chicken & sweet potato jerky. They also haven’t forgotten the kitties; treats for cats are available too. 

Antolini Glass Co.
📍 Booth #11 
🔗 Website
Antolini Glass Co. is filled with hand-blown glass treasures, including one item you can only buy at the Made in Philadelphia Holiday Market: a beautiful emerald-green glass Christmas tree! 


Superview Handmade Embroidery Arts  
📍 Booth #18 
This local shop is the way to go for the artist in your family, offering amazing hand-sewn art images made from silk and other materials.  

Cannoli Café
📍 Booth #31 
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While you shop for everyone else, don’t forget a sweet treat for yourself! Try seasonal-inspired flavors like pumpkin and chocolate hazelnut, or go for the classic traditional cannoli.  

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Bonus: Salt & Vinegar 
📍 Dilworth Park Cafe 
🔗 Website
Unlike the temporary shops that make up the Made in Philadelphia Holiday Market, Salt & Vinegar is a year-round shop at Dilworth Park with mouthwatering gifts for foodies.  

Spend a Day in Center City! 

Looking for more gift inspiration? Center City is home to hundreds of retailers, ranging from big box stores to local boutiques you won’t find anywhere else. Visit our gift guide for more inspiration, or our holiday experiences blog to see everything you won’t want to miss this season!