Charlotte’s Christmas Village is one of the best German Christmas Markets in North Carolina, and you’ll definitely want to visit this Christmas season. Located at Truist Field on South Mint Street, this Christmas Village in Charlotte is the perfect weekend activity for shopping, eating, and getting into the holiday spirit!

Don’t let this Christmas season pass by without a visit to this beloved German Christmas Market in North Carolina.

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For more festive fun, don’t miss this fantastic winter walk in Charlotte through one of the most dazzling light displays in the area.

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Christmas In North Carolina

What else can I do at the Charlotte Christmas Market?

A visit to this German Christmas market in North Carolina belongs on every bucket list. Even if you’re not in the Christmas spirit just yet, you soon will be – after one visit to this enchanting annual event. Currently held at Truist Field, the epic Christmastime celebration also features a walk-thru holiday lights display, ice skating, and a snow tubing hill. It’s a one-stop celebration the whole family will love.

There is an admission fee and the event is ADA-accessible. (Unfortunately, you cannot rent a wheelchair at the stadium.) Running from late November through early January, the Light the Knights Festival, the official name of the celebration, features a full menu of holiday performances.

What is another way to celebrate Christmas in North Carolina?

Christmas in North Carolina is simply magical. To really get into the holiday spirit, visit one of the best Christmas light displays in North Carolina (besides the walk-thru at the Christmas Village in Charlotte, of course). Stroll through the Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden in Belmont, for example, where you’ll feel as though you’ve stepped onto the pages of a Christmas fairy tale. Snap photos of the garden that’s awash in more than a million twinkling lights. For more than three decades, visitors have been driving through the breathtaking Tanglewood Festival of Lights in Clemmons. Turn on the Christmas carols, and marvel at the shimmering light displays. Turn your car radio to the designated station as you meander through the Lake Myra Christmas Lights in Wendell. The animated light show just might be the highlight of your holiday season. Many of the Christmas light displays in North Carolina run from late November through the end of December or early January. That gives you plenty of time to pack as much fun as you can into the Christmas season.