Nestled in the city centre, this annual market has become a must-visit for locals and travellers alike. It offers a delightful blend of tradition, crafts, and seasonal treats.
If you're planning a visit, our guide below provides everything you need to know for a memorable experience.
When travelling to Liverpool's Christmas Market, there are many comfortable and convenient options.
If you're travelling from Birmingham New Street, in roughly 90 minutes you'll arrive at Liverpool Lime Street. If you're journeying from London Euston, expect a direct and smooth ride that takes little more than two hours.
For those setting off from Manchester Piccadilly, the ride is even shorter. In less than an hour, you can enjoy the inviting scents of mulled wine and seasonal treats at the market.
And for travellers from the far North, you can take a direct trip from Edinburgh Waverley. This will bring you the festive delights of Liverpool within a touch over three hours.
After arriving at Liverpool Lime Street Station, the market is a few minutes' walk away. This year, it has a new location in St Johns Gardens, William Brown Street, and the North Entrance of Georges Hall.
You won't have any issues finding the Christmas Market, even if you only use your ears.
Every year, the Liverpool Christmas Market brings a touch of festive charm to the heart of the city.
With St George's Hall as its backdrop, over 40 traditional timber stalls are available with a range of wares. They showcase a world of handmade crafts, unique jewellery, and diverse foods.
Choose from sipping hot chocolate at the Bavarian bar to discovering handpicked crafts. From food to fun, the market promises an authentic festive experience.
Some must-see highlights to include in your visit include the Yorkshire Pud Wrap stall and sausages from the swing grill. There are also plenty of vegan stalls offering scrumptious plant-based delights.
For those visiting with family, Santa’s village boasts a big wheel and snow slide, ensuring entertainment for the young ones.
When it comes to relaxation, there are several bars, like the tipi and ski bars. Here you can unwind with a drink, and of course, the Bavarian bar offers a selection of German beers and hot cider.
Each year, the Liverpool Christmas Market surpasses itself. As the market keeps growing, it is adding new attractions and stalls. Last year, the city centre attracted 71.7 million visitors, showing how popular it is.
In 2022, a study by Berkley Group declared Liverpool as 'the most Christmassy city in the UK'. This analysis ranked each city against a series of festive factors. Liverpool took its top podium position due to its high likelihood of snow and its extravagant Christmas lights.
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