Since 1933, the Grand Central Holiday Fair has been a shopping destination during the holiday season. Forty vendors will take over the Vanderbilt Hall with this year’s focus on American-made and handmade products with locally-sourced materials or a socially-conscious business model. The fair is open until 6pm December 24th, 2016.
Since Grand Central Terminal decked the halls with boughs of holly, we know it’s the season to be jolly. What better way to spend some time while waiting for the trains, if not shopping for unique gifts?
Don’t know what to get for dad? Josh Bach creates unique neckties and accessories for men. In his current collection choose a neck tie with the American Constitution for the history-geek dad or bowtie with toy army soldiers for the veteran dad.
Don’t know what to get for mom? The Art of Pepper from Raw Design will reawaken your mom’s passion for cooking, while this beautiful yet functional piece of art compliments her kitchen island.
Don’t know what to get for your sister? Apotheke offers luxurious bath products made from the finest coconut and olive oils with essential oils sourced directly from farms.
Don’t know what to get for rocket scientist uncle? Internal Fire Glass offers unique handmade and one-of-a-kind glass art created by Scott Pernicka. You can even order a custom design if you really love your uncle.
Don’t know what to get for you nieces and nephews? Cate and Levi, a Canadian company, offers DIY kits, toys and puppets all handmade in our friendly, neighboring country from premium recycled materials and are 100 percent environmentally friendly.
Now that you’re running late for your train, quickly grab a festive hot beverage for yourself as a reward.