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Trafalgar Square Christmas Market

A new Christmas Market will open on the North Terrace of the world famous Trafalgar Square on Friday 8th November.

With 34 wooden chalets decorated with twinkling lights and ornaments, there is sure to be an authentic traditional German Christmas Market feel. Plenty of delicious festive food and drink on offer, with stalls selling mulled wine and mulled cider! You can also sort out your Christmas shopping, with many stalls selling plenty high end gifts.

This is sure to be a Northbank Christmas experience you cannot miss!


Open everyday except Christmas Day
Free to enter

8 November 2019 @ 10:00 am - 5 January 2020 @ 10:00 pm


8 November @ 10:00 am
5 January 2020 @ 10:00 pm


Trafalgar Square
London, WC2N 5 + Google Map

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