At almost 100 booths, household goods, ceramics, textiles and items of daily use are on sale. Naturally, you’ll also find Easter items such as painted eggs, Easter decorations, books and more.
The main focus of the market is tableware and household products, which is why the market is also called the “Häferlesmarkt”, “Häferle” being a German word for a ceramic mug. You’ll also find curtains, baskets and clothing for the whole family. Those interested in arts and crafts will find wares from Germany and abroad.
<h4>The Nuremberg Easter Market – Appealing in many ways</h4>
You’ll find new ideas for attractive Easter decorations at the traditional Easter Market in Nuremberg. Tablecloths of all sizes, Easter decorations for your table, Easter floral arrangements and ceramic figures and beautiful, colorful or traditionally painted Easter eggs will make all your decoration dreams come true. In front of Nuremberg’s city hall, you’ll find booths from artists and craftsmen, who present their finest creative efforts at the Nuremberg Easter Market.
<h4>Artistic and culinary delights<h/4>
Visitors have not only a lot to see, but – if hunger and thirst strike – much to taste and enjoy. Everywhere in the market you’ll find booths with sweets, beverages and good things to eat – there’s something for everyone. The market bread shop is a special highlight and cooking demonstrations let you try this or that culinary masterpiece. The Nuremberg Easter Market is easy to reach by car, bus or underground.