Happy Christmas

The 12 Days of Christmas London Style

We've put together some ideas for getting the most out of a London Christmas....


Pick up a Christmas Tree and some mistletoe at Columbia Road Sunday Flower Market.  

Get inspiration for your own Christmas decorations by taking a look at the historic interiors decked out in period style, spanning 400 years, at The Geffrye Museum, Hoxton, one of London's hidden gems. 


Pirouette around one of London's prettiest outdoor ice rinks in the courtyard of the former royal palace at Somerset House.

Boo! Hiss!Shout out out loud at London's most outrageous pantomime
 at The Hackney Empire

Put on your tutu and dance to the tune of the Sugar Plum fairy at the classic Christmas ballet, The Nutcracker at 
The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden.

Pack the teens off to Winter Wonderland  in Hyde Park : it's at its most magical after dark with twinkling lights and German Christmas market.

Hear the choir  sing like angels at St Paul's Cathedral Family Carol Service on Saturday 22nd at 4pm

Step back in time in the magical candlelit home of a 17th century Huguenot silk weaver at Dennis Severs' house in Folgate Street, Spitalfields

Clap your hands, stamp your feet and sing your heart out at a Christmas Singalong at the Royal Albert Hall.

Head out into Hampstead Heath, one of London's great green spaces gathering ivy, fur cones and berries to decorate the house in the style of a Victorian Christmas.

Wonder at the Christmas lights in the West End and press your nose against the glass of the enchanting Christmas windows at
 Fortnum and Mason on Piccadilly, telling the story of London's most famous Lord Mayor, Dick Whittington. 

Bag a Sugar Mouse to hang on the tree from one of London's best old fashioned sweetshops in Spitalfields.

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