London Christmas Lights 2011
The Christmas lights in London are truly spectacular and always add a little festive cheer so if you’re a fan then you may be interested to know where they are. Take a look below at our little guide to get you in a festive mood with the glow of the London Christmas Lights.
Oxford Street Christmas Lights
They comprise some of the most famous lights in the world and beneath their festive glow lots of Christmas events will be held including carol singing and Christmas fairs. Where: Oxford Street. Tube Station: Oxford Circus. When: Up to 5 Jan.
Carnaby Christmas Lights
These quirky lights illuminate this district renowned for being a unique shopping destination. Expect green holly leaves and red berry garlands cushioned between mistletoe chandeliers with music playing in time to the changing colours. Where: Carnaby Street. Tube Station: Oxford Circus. When: Up to 3 Jan.
Regent Street Christmas Lights
Another year of spectacular creations that you can admire all throughout the Christmas season. Where: Regent Street. Tube Station: Oxford Circus or Picadilly Circus. When: From 8 Nov.
Marylebone Christmas Lights
Stunning Christmas lights with a spectacular switching on ceremony that wowed the crowds. Where: Marylebone High Street. Tube Station: Baker Street or Bond Street. When: Up to Jan 5.
St Christopher’s Place Christmas Lights
Spherical festive lights await visitors, as well as late night shopping and special events throughout the Christmas season. Where: St Christopher’s Place. Tube Station: Bond Street. When: Up to Jan 5.
Featuring an enormous Christmas tree on the West Piazza and a 15 foot high reindeer on the East, at Convent Garden you can expect giant red baubles and festoon lighting decorating the building, as well as a digital nativity scene which changes throughout the day. Where: Convent Garden. Tube Station: Convent Garden. When: Until Jan 4.
Chelsea Christmas Lights
An enlightening place to do your Christmas shopping and great for the kids with real snow, Santa’s Grotto and dancing elves. Where: Duke of York Square. Tube Station: Sloane Square. When: Until Jan 5.
So, now you know. Enjoy!