Christmas Markets In The North West And Where To Find Them

There’s now less than five weeks until Christmas, which means that if you don’t act soon it’ll be here before you know it. With this in mind we’ve put a short list together of the three biggest Christmas markets that are happening in the North West.


One of the most popular North West Christmas markets is in Manchester city centre and it’s back. This year it started on 10th November and will run through until the 21st December.

Although the main section of the market is in Albert Square, it also spans across ten other streets too. These streets are Brazennose Street, St Ann’s Square, King Street, Exchange Street, Exchange Square, New Cathedral Street, the Corn Exchange, Market Street, and Cathedral Gardens.

Each section will take host to different stalls from all over the world ranging from food and drinks, gifts and live music.

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Previously situated in Church Street this year Liverpool’s Christmas markets will be situated at St George’s Plateau outside St George’s Hall on Lime Street.

The markets open on Friday 18th November and will run until Thursday 22nd November, which is the longest running market out of the three.

In total there will be more than 40 stalls across the market selling gifts and food from four different continents.

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Chester’s Christmas market has over 70 stalls packed with local and regional products, foods and drinks which make for the perfect Christmas gifts.

The traditional markets will be running from Friday 18th November up until Sunday 18th December.

It’s situated right in the historic city centre on Town Hall Square, Northgate Street.

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November 25, 2016

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