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The Prinzipalmarkt shines golden, the arcades are adorned with Advent wreaths and the stores are festively decorated, it smells of fir trees and mulled wine and six individual Christmas markets with around 250 stalls run through the old town like pearls on a string: Welcome to Advent in Münster!

The 2G rule applies at the Christmas markets in Münster!
Recovered and vaccinated

This makes it possible for vaccinated and recovered people to stroll through the markets without any problems. As things currently stand, random checks are necessary.
The X-MS Christmas market on Harsewinkelplatz welcomes its guests in a completely new way. Directly next to the cherry sculpture by Thomas Schütte, it presents a local and regional offer.
The Christmas market around the town hall is set under a romantic canopy of lights. You can find jewelry, arts and crafts and culinary delights at Münster's oldest and largest market.

Lamberti market of lights © Münster Marketing / Dagmar Schwelle

Lamberti market of lights © Münster Marketing / Dagmar Schwelle

At the foot of the Lamberti Church and framed by gabled houses, the Lamberti Christmas market with its blue pointed roof stalls and a 20-metre-high Christmas tree sets a glamorous tone.
In the cozy Christmas village around the monument to Münster's Kiepenkerl, rustic stalls combine indulgence and tradition.
The Giebelhüüskesmarkt opens its doors in front of the walls of the Überwasserkirche church and with a view of the illuminated towers of the cathedral, offering handicrafts and tasty treats.

Giebelhüüskesmarkt © Münster Marketing / Dagmar Schwelle

Giebelhüüskesmarkt © Münster Marketing / Dagmar Schwelle

The Aegidii Christmas market is family-friendly and brings a sparkle to children's eyes with a large nativity scene and a beautiful wooden pyramid.
There is space for meditative moments in the many churches. Concerts and top-class exhibitions in Münster's museums provide a cultural program. Anecdote-filled Advent tours provide insights into Münster's history and traditions.
November 22 to December 23, 2021 with 2 G
Sun to Thu 11 a.m. - 8 p.m., Fri and Sat 11 a.m. - 9 p.m.

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