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London Bridge City welcomes back their iconic Christmas market to the bankside of the Thames, filling More London, The Queen’s Walk, Hay’s Galleria and London Bridge City Pier with over 40 independent traders in beautiful Christmas themed wooden cabins. 

Offering handcrafted and bespoke gifts, ‘Christmas By The River’ will host a range of elegantly designed stalls as well as a selection of delicious festive food. ‘Christmas By The River’ is the perfect spot for winter-warming drinks with a fully stocked bar serving cocktails, mulled wine and craft beers as the centre-piece of this enchanting Christmas market. 

Dressed with festive lights and Christmas trees, Christmas By The River will be the ideal place for not only gift buying, but experiencing the best of what London has to offer during the festive season with iconic views of The City, Tower Bridge and The Tower Of London. 

London Bridge City Presents… Christmas By The River’ will launch on Thursday 30 November and will be open from Monday – Sunday, 11am – 7pm until Tuesday 3rd January. Nearest tube is London Bridge. The market will be at The Scoop More London, along The Queen’s Walk, through Hay’s Galleria and finishing at the London Bridge City Pier. 

London Bridge City 

London Bridge City is a bustling riverside destination incorporating More London, Hay’s Galleria, Cottons Centre and No.1 London Bridge. A changing programme of arts, entertainment and events, world class food and drink against a backdrop of great architecture.

London Bridge City presents Christmas By The River is curated by Tudor Markets.

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