FROM Friday 12 November to Thursday 23 December the Liverpool Christmas market will return, with around 40 stalls, festive rides and twinkly lights will transform St John’s Gardens, William Brown Street and the area around the North Entrance of St George’s Hall (near the Stebble Fountain) – in a slight change of location this year.
Open every day, the market will be packed with a range of food and drink, including the famous Yorkshire pudding wraps, German sausages, dipped pretzels, siu mai, crêpes and hot chocolate.
Those after a festive tipple can choose between from a variety of festive themed bars including the iconic Windmill, Tepee tent and Barrel Bar, as well as the Alpine Lodge and its karaoke cable cars. For 2021 there is also the new addition of the Bavarian bar where visitors can try a selection of German beers or hot cider.
Shoppers looking for the perfect gift will find personalised decorations, glass baubles, photo prints and jewellery.
Kids (big and small) can enjoy Santa’s Village with its variety of festive rides including a big wheel and a giant Bavarian snow slide.
Plans are also being put in place for live entertainment to take place at the markets across the festive period, and Culture Liverpool is on the hunt for any local music talent who would like to be part of the programme. Performers must be over 18 and be able to provide their own small PA system. Anyone interested should contact the team via email – email@example.com
The market will be open Sunday to Wednesday 11am to 9pm and Thursday to Saturday 11am to 10pm. Following the announcement around roadworks taking a break around the Christmas period, the Christmas markets will be accessible from lower and upper William Brown Street and via St Johns Lane.
The markets are organised and operated by Liverpool City Council’s Culture Liverpool team, in partnership with Clark Events.