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Easter Markets and Festivals near Stuttgart 2019
March 16 - April 22
Sonnenbühl Easter Egg Museum March 16-April 22
Beautiful egg objects await discovery. Artists show their egg-artworks with different techniques.
Tue-Sat 10 a.m. -5 p.m., Sun and public holidays 11 a.m. -5 p.m.
Easter egg museum in the suburb of Erpfingen
Tel. +49 7128/92518
Schwetzingen (towards Heidelberg) March 23 – 24
50 artists coming from Germany, France, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Hungary and Russia.
Sun 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Combined ticket: Park/ Easter egg market: 6 EUR
Tel. +49 6202/128828 (Schlosskasse)
Fellbach March 30 – 31
More than 180 artisans, freelance artists and experienced hobbyists present over 11,000 jewelery eggs, which are decorated with a variety of motifs and colorfully decorated. With children’s program and cafeteria.
Sat 11 a.m.-6 p.m., Sun 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
70734 Fellbach Phone
FAX / 5756111
Nuremberg April 5 – 22
The Easter Market on Nuremberg’s Main Market Square is the first market event of the year and is the oldest market in the city.
You’ll find Easter decorations, floral arrangements and ceramics, and colorful or traditionally painted Easter eggs. In front of Nuremberg’s city hall, you’ll find booths from artists and craftsmen, plus an array of food booths with sweets, and beverages. The market bread shop hosts cooking demonstrations. Nuremberg is easy to reach by public transit or car from Stuttgart for a weekend or full day trip.
Daily: 10 a.m. – 7 p.m., Closed on Good Friday
Bad Urach April 6 – 7
Around 40 artisans from the region present their work around the topics of spring and Easter. The range of crafts and home-made products spans everything from pottery, sewing, jewelry, floristry and felting to decoration, patchwork, paper works and wooden objects. Of course, there is also a large selection of painted or otherwise artistically designed Easter eggs.
Sat-Sun, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
Residenzschloss Bad Urach
72574 Bad Urach Phone
Nürtingen April 7
The traders decorate particularly atmospheric on the theme of “Easter”. Many craftsmen offer high-quality goods in the cozy alleyways. Also open Sunday (1-6 p.m.).
Sun, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.,
In the old town
Easter Wine Festival in Vaihingen an der Enz April 14
Wine and sparkling wine with small exhibition. Catering with onion and potato cake.
Sun, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
Neue Kelter Horrheim
71665 Vaihingen an der Enz
Tel. +49 7043/33309
Waldenbuch, Museum of Agriculture April 14
Activities for the whole family offering a petting zoo with real palms and Easter bunnies in the castle courtyard. Creative workshop and fairy tales. Children bake funny easter bunnies in the baking workshop and become little artisans in the creative workshop. The traditional arts and crafts market and cafe is fun for kids and adults alike.
Sun, 10 a.m. -6 p.m.
Cost: Adults 3 EUR, children under 12 years free of charge
Museum der Alltagskultur, Schloss Waldenbuch
71111 Waldenbuch Phone
Tuttlingen April 20
The Tuttlinger Ostermarkt offers wares from local artisans to browse and shop. There are plenty of handmade, individual things to admire.
Sat, 10 a.m. -4 p.m., admission free
Ravensburg April 20
Easter activities and decorations make for a great day to stroll through downtown historic Ravensburg.
Sat, 10 a.m. -4 p.m., free
Outside of Germany: Colmar, France
Take a day or weekend trip to Colmar for their Easter and Spring Market April 4-22
In the heart of old city, two Easter and Spring markets feature exhibitors with original and authentic products; Plants, beauty products, jewelry, toys, tableware and ceramics … as well as numerous Alsatian specialities, fine wines, March beers, charcuterie, cheeses and many other delights which make your taste-buds go crazy!
For this Easter weekend, you cannot avoid the rabbits and the chocolate eggs as well as the traditional Lamala (in Alsace means “Easter lamb” – a traditional cake made in a lamb-shaped mould). Fun street events and craft exhibitions are throughout the city to celebrate the return of spring.
10 a.m. -7 p.m., free
Place des Dominicains and Place de l’Ancienne Douane, Colmar, France