Servatii Cincinnati Christkindlmarkt to Bring Holiday Cheer Back to The Banks

You can warm up with glühwein, shop for holiday gifts and glide down an ice slide in an innertube.

click to enlarge Servatii Cincinnati Christkindlmarkt - Photo: Lager House
Servatii Cincinnati Christkindlmarkt

Holiday magic will return to The Banks this season with the second annual Servatii Cincinnati Christkindlmarkt.

The Servatii Cincinnati Christkindlmarkt aims to bring some European flair and holiday traditions to The Banks. It’ll once again be held on the Schmidlapp Event Lawn in Smale Riverfront Park next to Moerlein Lager House, open Wednesdays through Sundays from Nov. 22-Dec. 31 (except Christmas Day), including a special surprise the week of Christmas and a New Year’s Eve Party.

The free market will bring all kinds of holiday cheer with it, including a four-lane innertube ice slide, themed character days, Family Fun Wednesdays where kids 12 and under can dine for free with the purchase of a slide ticket and half-price featured wine and bourbon every Thursday to toast the season. And when the Bengals play at home, the market will open three hours early.

The private, heated rental igloos will also return this year. Each igloo can fit up to 14 people and each booking comes with $300 in bonus gift cards good for food and drinks.

Servatii Cincinnati Christkindlmarkt, located next to Moerleing Lager House at 115 Joe Nuxhall Way, The Banks. More info:

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