Open: Awaiting 2020 Dates
About this event
Wrexham’s Christmas Market has become one of the most eagerly awaited events in the town’s calendar and successfully attracts thousands of shoppers year after year. This year experience a Victorian theme to the market and visitors will find over 100 stalls from Queens Square right up to and inside St Giles’ Church.
Located in the most picturesque part of the town centre, the Christmas market, which is bustling and attractive during daylight hours, really comes into it own and takes on a magical look as darkness approaches as each stall is lit and decorated with greenery and tiny twinkling lights.
Stalls this year will be selling a selection of festive gifts and treats alongside Victorian street entertainers and a traditional carousel. For anyone feeling in need of immediate sustenance, there will be all sorts of hot, freshly prepared food to try including German sausages, festive mince pies, mulled wine and hot chestnuts.
What makes this market really special is that it spills over into the beautiful parish church of St Giles – a real haven of warmth on a cold winter’s evening. Inside there are more stalls and refreshments, music and carols and many of the thousands of visitors are so captivated by their surroundings that they take an opportunity to just sit and soak up the atmosphere for a while.
Christmasmarkets.com does not organise this event.
Please check the information and dates with the event organiser before visiting.
Traders & Suppliers
Please contact the event organiser directly to enquire about trading at this event.
- Price FREE
- Website www.facebook.com/WxmVictorianChristmasMkt/
- Listing categories Christmas Markets
- Location / Region United Kingdom / Wales / Wrexham
- Market Location Wrexham Town Centre
- Date condition Awaiting 2020 Dates
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- Toilet Yes
- Food Yes
- Drink Yes
- Entertainment Yes
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