Make your holiday season merry and bright with the first-ever Cottage Row Holiday Market at Snug Harbor! Stroll down Cottage Row and through the tree-lined Allee while you shop in an outdoor, open-air setting from local artisans and vendors, explore fun photo ops with your family and friends, and warm up with delicious food, drink, and holiday lights.
WHEN: December 12 | 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM (Last entry at 4:30 PM)
In the event of rain, rain date will be Sun, Dec 13.
WHERE: Cottage Row at Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden
1000 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island, NY 10301
ADMISSION: $5 general admission | Youths under 18 free
* Show your ticket stub at Cottage E and get $1 off admission to the New York Chinese Scholar’s Garden before 3:30 PM.
Buy tickets at snug-harbor.org/event/holidaymarket
“We’re excited to light up your holiday season and give you a way to safely celebrate being together at Snug Harbor—all while shopping local and supporting Staten Island’s homegrown artisans and small businesses,” said Aileen Fuchs, President & CEO of Snug Harbor. “We wish that we could bring you another NYC Winter Lantern Festival, and we’re hoping to do so once the pandemic is behind us. This year, the outdoor Cottage Row Holiday Market is the perfect combination of family fun, community, and winter warmth.”
Thanks to campus partners Staten Island Museum (Building A) and The Noble Maritime Collection (Building D), ticket holders will also receive free admission to those museums, as well as 10% off in their museum shops (20% for members of those organizations).
Attendees are required to wear a mask or face covering while in attendance at this outdoor event and follow all recommended hygiene, sanitization, and social distancing guidelines while on campus.
Capacity at the Cottage Row Holiday Market is limited, and tickets will be timed by the hour. Snug Harbor has a no-refund policy on all event tickets. Should this event be cancelled due to safety precautions from the coronavirus pandemic, your ticket purchase will be converted to a donation to Snug Harbor.
– Artisanal crafts and one-of-a-kind gifts on sale from vendors all across Staten Island
– Delicious snacks, sandwiches, and warm drinks for sale from Harbor Eats
– Beer for sale from Kills Boro Brewing Company
– Seasonal alcoholic beverages and elegant edible gifts for sale from Relish Caterers
– Festive holiday tunes from MakerPark Radio to get you in the holiday spirit
– Beautifully decorated Cottage Row and a glowing, fully-lit Allee
The Glam Gardener
Resin by Rachel
Kevyn Fairchild Creative
Vanity House Designs by Kurt Alger
Pride Center – Mask decoration and Covid-19 information and services
– Harbor Eats with filling snacks, sandwiches, and warm drinks
– Relish Caterers with seasonal alcoholic beverages
About Snug Harbor
Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden is an urban oasis where art, history and nature converge. We offer dynamic programming in the arts, horticulture and agriculture for diverse communities and all ages, on our historic 83-acre campus. We envision being a locally impactful, globally renowned destination, true to our values of artistic vibrancy and community, inclusion and discovery, stewardship and conservation. Snug Harbor is the result of more than four decades of restoration and development to convert a 19th-century charitable rest home for sailors into a regional arts center, botanical gardens and public park. One of the largest ongoing adaptive reuse projects in America, Snug Harbor encompasses 26 historic structures, 14 botanical gardens, a 2.5-acre urban farm, wetlands, forests and park land on a free, open campus. Learn more about Snug Harbor at snug-harbor.org.