This December, London's most beautiful Christmas market comes back to the banks of the River Thames for its fourth year. Set against some of London's most adored points of interest, London Bridge City's Christmas by the River is running from Thursday 30th November to Wednesday 3rd January.
With dazzling views of Tower Bridge, The Tower of London and the notorious City horizon, Christmas by the River is the ideal setting for the market which brags 68 pitches offering presents, food and drink.
Regardless of whether you're searching for boutique accessories to keep you warm in the winter, fill your loved ones stockings with hand crafted presents or simply want to eat, drink and be cheerful, Christmas by the River will be the ideal location to unwind and appreciate the sights, sounds and scents of a genuine Christmas market.
Christmas at The Cheesegrater
Tube: Liverpool Street Station , Monument Station, Bank Station, Aldgate Station
Dates: 27th November to 22nd December 2017, 10am-7pm daily
Opening in the Leadenhall Building - also known as The Cheesegrater this November is London’s newest Christmas market.
Situated in the 28-meter-high open chamber at the foot of the building, the market highlights seventeen German-style wooden chalets finished in twinkling pixie lights and sprigs of holly.
Offering everything from French macaroons to Turkish pottery and Indian shawls to Punjabi street food, the wide range of street sellers will have something for everyone.
Choirs will engage guests with Christmas tunes consistently, alongside extraordinary visitor exhibitions from vocalist musician Tom Korni and jazz artist Becky Bennett.
Greenwich Market at Christmas
Location: Greenwich High Road, London, SE10 9HZ
Tube: North Greenwich, Canary Wharf
Dates: 27th November to 24th December 2017, 10am-5:30pm daily
With spectacular festive lights, a market full of traders boasting top gift ideas and a special appearance from Santa to entertain the kids, the magical Christmas market in Greenwich is the place to be.
Find lovely Christmas presents as the historic Greenwich Market gets lit up for Christmas. The market is open each day in the run-up to Christmas, from 27 November until 24 December. Set inside a world heritage site, the secured advertise exhibits more than 150 slows down offering creates, adornments, design, magnificence, collectibles, craftsmanship and the sky is the limit from there, and also merry road nourishment and beverages to get you in the Christmas soul.
Set in a world heritage site, the historic Greenwich Market will be open and lit up for Christmas every day from 27th November until the 24th December. You won’t struggle to find beautiful Christmas gifts here, with over 150 traders operating in the covered market, showcasing things such as crafts, jewellery, fashion, antiques and art, as well as festive street food and drinks to add to the Christmas cheer.