The Seaport will once again transform into Snowport, a holiday wonderland

Snowport will welcome visitors from Nov. 19 to Jan. 2.

Boston Seaport will again turn into Snowport this holiday season. Boston Seaport by WS Development

Boston Seaport is bringing back Snowport and adding a European-style market for the holiday season.

Billed as “the ultimate holiday destination,” the third annual Snowport will include large-scale winter games, the Seaport Tree Market, Light Up Seaport, and, for the first time ever, a holiday market.

The Holiday Market at Snowport will showcase more than 60 small businesses. Tuscan Kitchen will serve festive craft cocktails and arancini, pizza, calzones, and more from a wood-burning stove inside a 10,000 square-foot dining space. What’s more: Breezy Hill Orchard will serve hot cider, cider doughnuts, and gingerbread treats. Guests can relax and eat at seating areas inside a heated tent.


“This year, we are thrilled to introduce The Holiday Market and provide a neighborhood platform for so many small businesses from around Boston, many of which are female and minority-owned, while bringing a first of its kind experience to the city,” Yanni Tsipis, senior vice president for development at WS Development, said in a statement.

Revelers feeling sporty can try iceless curling, light-up Bocce, and large-scale versions of Battleship, Jenga, KanJam, and more. The North End Curling Club will also teach complimentary learn-to-curl classes on select Saturdays.

Other attractions worth checking out: a “dramatic” canopy of more than 2,000 twinkling lights, a 3-D backdrop of gifts, and a 30-foot interactive chalkboard called a “Winter Wish Wall” where guests can share their holiday wishes.

Light Up Seaport will take place Dec. 3 on the Seaport Common, when Boston Seaport’s 54-foot Norway Spruce tree will be lit more than 10,000 white lights and the Boston Children’s Chorus and other local entertainers will perform. After that, guests can take part in a Holiday Stroll, where more than 40 local businesses will offer one-night-only promotions.

There will be a Menorah lighting Dec. 5 at One Seaport Courtyard, and guests will be treated to traditional kosher jelly donuts and chocolate gelt. 


The Seaport Tree Market will sell Christmas trees, wreaths, kissing balls, and more.

Snowport, at 88 Seaport Blvd., will be open daily from Nov. 19 to Jan. 2, 2022. The attraction will be open Monday through Thursday from 3 to 8 p.m.; Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.; and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Here is a complete list of vendors taking part in this year’s Snowport.


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