Come in from the cold and join us for our 17th annual Marché de Noël, a beloved Boston tradition. Visit our seasonally-decorated Beaux Arts-style mansion, sip on complimentary mulled wine, and shop our beautiful array of French-inspired jewelry, housewares, gourmet treats, and more. There's something for everyone on your list!
Remember to enter our FREE raffle for a chance to win a fabulous gift for you or your loved ones.
Free for members and children under the age of 10, $3 for non-members.
Members must present a valid membership card for free admission and to take advantage of discounts offered by our merchants.
Please note: in order to ensure a safe and fun event for all, all bags will be inspected. Backpacks and strollers will be prohibited.
Become a French Cultural Center Member so you can enjoy the many benefits of membership on the day of Le Marché and throughout the year. Memberships can be purchased in advance either online or during Le Marché. Our memberships also make great gifts for the Francophiles in your life!
This year's fine merchants and artisans include Louis Sel, Bon Appétit Crêperie, French Merchants, KitchenWares, Luce & Armelle accessories, Maison de Mer, Mamadou Bakery, Oiseaux, Ouimillie, and La Petite Boutique.
Photos from previous Marchés de Noël
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