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The Selfridges Christmas Market With A Giant Helter Skelter Is Returning For 2021

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Selfridges Christmas Market

For the second year running, Selfridges is hosting an open-air Christmas market!

Several Christmas markets have had to cancel last year thanks to a certain virus, but this particular open-air market manage to hold it’s first ever event. And, it’s now been confirmed to come back for a second year. Selfridges’ Christmas Market will this year compete with the big boys and run again, providing us with another December to remember. The Christmas Market on the Mews features a roster of fabulously festive food trucks curated by the founder of Street Feast, Dominic Cools-Lartigue, which is music to my ears as all I want for Christmas is food. The market is located directly behind Selfridges on Edward Mews and is open to explore now.

Selfridges Christmas Market

From November 5 to December 24, you can expect the best street food London has to offer, with delectable dishes from all over the world. Whether you’re after savoury and sweet waffles; pie and mash; Filipino street food; doughnuts; or gourmet burgers, they’ve got you covered. There’ll also be plenty of mulled wine, warm apple cider, and hot buttered rum available to keep you nice and toasty. Not to mention craft beer and cocktails. I’ll take one of each…

Selfridges Christmas Market

However, there’s much more than just great food on offer. You’ll also find a cluster of seasonal stalls with Christmas trees, festive decorations and hand-picked gifts to work your way through. And what Christmas market would be complete without fairground rides? Their dizzying helter skelter, tunnel of lights, and other family-friendly attractions will surely keep you entertained. This market is truly the gift that just keeps on giving.

SEE ALSO: Selfridges Have Revealed Their Most Sustainable Christmas Shop Ever

Selfridges Christmas Market

The Christmas Market will open daily from November 5 to December 24. I guess Christmas is back!

In other news, you can ride a steam train covered in Christmas lights in London this winter.

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