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Children's Christmas Market

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Children's Christmas Market and Lantern Procession

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Have a holly, jolly Christmas: Lantern Parade, Children’s Christmas Market, post coach rides, nostalgic carousels and culture for kids are all part of the Nuremberg Christkindlesmarkt.

The festival of love and peace is a time made especially for children. So that the wait for Christmas Eve doesn’t seem quite as long, you can celebrate at the Children’s Christmas Market at the Hans-Sachs-Platz. Nostalgic carousels, a child-sized steam train and a post coach make their rounds; the Nuremberg Christkind makes an appearance; hands-on booths await creative little artists and the Sternenhaus offers a cultural program just right for children. A highlight each year: The lantern procession of the Nuremberg school children!

The Children's Christmas Market

It’s a special kind of magic that greets visitors at the Nuremberg Children’s Christmas Market! A nostalgic merry-go round, a child-sized steam train and visits from the Nuremberg Christkind are rounded out by fantastic hands-on booths for little ones. Here, kids can create their own tiny treats or artistic creations.

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The irresistible scent of gingerbread, spices, mulled wine and roasting bratwurst fills the red and white rows of the Nuremberg Christkindlesmarkt. The culinary specialties on offer range from the famous Nuremberg bratwurst and gingerbread to Franconian beer to the largest “Feuerzangenbowle” in the world.

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The Lantern Procession of the Nuremberg children is just as important to the tradition of the Christmas Market as the wooden stands on the square, the Christkind, gingerbread and mulled wine. Thousands of visitors line the streets when – during the second week of the Christkindlesmarkt – children walk up the castle hill with their homemade and lovingly created lanterns,...

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When the days get shorter and it’s shivery cold outside, children and their families can look forward to warming up with a wide palette of wintery and Christmasy cultural events in the Sternenhaus.

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