Christmas Markets in London
One of the many joys of Christmas in London are the Christmas markets. London’s Christmas Markets are the perfect places to visit to get into the festive spirit with friends and family.
Winter Wonderland– Until 2 January 2017
The remarkable family favourite, Winter Wonderland is a free to enter attraction in Hyde Park which includes a host of Christmas themed activities and entertainment for all to enjoy. These include an ice skating rink, the amazing Bar Ice, you will be able to see spectacular views across London on the giant Ferris wheel, breath taking circus shows and much more. If you go with children, they can enjoy stepping into Santa Land, where they can meet Santa Claus and his Elves in the Winter Wonderland Santa’s Grotto. There is also the Christmas Show for magic, music and giggles for the whole family to enjoy.
Winter Festival at South Bank Centre – Until 25 January 2017
Get your fill of marvellous entertainment at the Winter Festival. You wouldn’t want to miss out on Million Dollar Quartet for an important element of rock ‘n’ roll from musical spectaculars Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins. The festival also puts on a circus ‘Bianco’ which is an immersive promenade show that takes place above, and all around a standing audience, creating a more immersive and personal circus experience.
Greenwich market –Until 24 December 2016
Enjoy a host of festive events and activities in stunning Greenwich and explore the Christmas market stall for the perfect gifts. If your still in need of buying presents the market showcases more than 100 stalls selling jewellery, crafts, fashion, beauty, antiques, art and much more. There is also festive food and drinks for all to enjoy!
Kingston Christmas Market – Until 31 December 2016
Kingston Upon Thames is the perfect market just South of the river where all the market chalets have been selected for their exclusive giftware, many of which can’t be found on the high street. With festive food and drink, more entertainment, the annual Eden Craft fair, the new Alpine village and a few other surprises, this Christmas is set to be remarkable! The Market allows you to tuck into the German style street food whilst enjoying the soothing Christmas carols with a glass of mulled wine.
Under the rail lines near London Bridge lies one of London's most famous markets, Borough Market. Known for the international and fresh foods and drinks you'll find all the finest ingredients and foods from all over the world. Fancy some raclette or some truffle with a glass of mulled wine? - Borough market has it all! Be sure to leave an empty stomach before visiting!