European Christmas items from Steinbach, Christian Ulbricht, and Glasser, world-renowned creators of holiday collectibles, are featured at Dollywood’s Olde World Christmas Market during the park’s Smoky Mountain Christmas festival (Nov. 6-Dec. 30). 
Nutcrackers, smokers and wooden ornaments from Steinbach and Christian Ulbricht are available, while Glasser offers a selection of Christmas pyramids, smokers and nutcrackers.  Mercury glass ornaments, German Christmas arches, cuckoo clocks, wooden toys, rocking horses, pewter ornaments, Christmas candles, Advent calendars, snow globes, chalet clocks, tin toys, German dolls, tin ornaments and miniatures complete the wide selection of holiday items. 
Two product signings are scheduled in November at the Olde World Christmas Market. Christian Steinbach, President of the Steinbach factory, visits the Dollywood on Nov. 6-7 with signings from 1 p.m.-6 p.m. each day.  On Nov. 13-14, Gunther Ulbricht, Vice President of the Christian Ulbricht factory, conducts signings from 1 p.m.-6 p.m. 
Ulbricht designer Hartmuth Walther and Glasser artist Frau Krause share their crafts with demonstrations at the Olde World Christmas Market.  Walther appears Nov. 11-14 and 17-21.  Krause appears on Nov. 26-28 and Dec. 1-5.   
Demonstrations and signing events are included with Dollywood admission.  The Olde World Christmas Market is located in the park’s Valley Exhibition Hall and open during Dollywood operating hours.  
The special holiday marketplace celebrates An Olde World Christmas, the newest element of the park’s Smoky Mountain Christmas festival.  Other special attractions include the 45-foot-tall Christmas pyramid, the country’s tallest, as well as special Christmas shows, traditional holiday foods including German specialties and a display of 3.5 million lights.  
Dollywood’s Smoky Mountain Christmas begins Nov. 6 and continues through Dec. 30.  For more information, call 1-800-DOLLYWOOD or visit 

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