Magical Christmas markets, non-stop shopping and historic streets filled with world-class culture (and pantos!). And if you’re ready to drop after all that shopping, Liverpool’s got it covered with cosy pubs and restaurants – perfect for every taste.
The city’s Christmas 2021 marketing campaign – ‘Liverpool. Feels Like Christmas’ – has been launched and celebrates the magic of visiting Liverpool with family and friends at this special time of the year.
And if you’re looking to put sparkle into your Christmas, the elves at Visit Liverpool have pulled together a list of Christmas crackers not to missed.
For all your Christmas inspiration, check out www.visitliverpool.com and let your friends and family know. As the song says, ‘It’s the most wonderful time of the year’.
Liverpool Christmas Ice Festival, Pier Head (until 3 Jan)
Wrap up warm for the coolest Christmas thrills this side of the Mersey. Take a spin on the ice rink, whizz down the ice slide and enjoy the UK’s only Ice Jet ride at the Ice Festival on Liverpool’s Waterfront.
Bar Hütte, Liverpool ONE (until 1 Jan)
Liverpool ONE is always a magical time at Christmas. Enjoy Alpine-inspired carol-oke at Bar Hütte underneath the iconic tree after a day of shopping for festive treats.
Liverpool Christmas Markets, St John’s Gardens ( until 23 Dec)
St George’s Hall is the perfect backdrop for the bustling Christmas Markets. Find plenty of seasonal stalls offering festive treats, glorious gifts and a Bavarian bar around St John’s Gardens and William Brown Street.
Light Walk, Royal Albert Dock
A million Magical Lights will illuminate the Dock this Christmas making your trip to their galleries, museums, bars and restaurants even more festive for the whole family.
Cinderella, M&S Bank Arena (18-28 Dec)
Join Cinderella on a magical journey this Christmas to see if her wish comes true to live happily ever after at the M&S Bank Arena for their festive pantomime.
Rock ‘N’ Roll Panto – Robin Hood, Everyman Theatre (until 15 Jan)
Get your dancing shoes on for the Rock ‘N’ Roll panto at Everyman Theatre. Join Robin Hood on this marvellously mischievous spin on the classic tale of heroism, social justice and… tights!
Spirit of Christmas, Liverpool Philharmonic Hall (17-23 Dec)
The Liverpool Philharmonic Hall invites you to enjoy their annual feast of festive music, old and new. Featuring classic carols and readings from host John Suchet, it’s the perfect way to get into the spirit of Christmas.
Winter Arts Market, Liverpool Cathedral (3-4 Dec)
The Winter Arts Market returns to the Liverpool Cathedral this December with two festive shopping dates. Find over 50 stalls full of hand-made gifts perfect for your Christmas shopping.
Walk-through Christmas Tree
Step inside Williamson Square’s 16-metre Christmas tree and enjoy one of the city’s most spectacular selfie spots before a fun-filled show at the Liverpool Playhouse.