The places of London, which have already embraced Christmas spirit

We really love winter for the merry holidays, children and adults, businessmen and marketers, sellers - everyone waits for Christmas. So much, that have already taken holiday decorations out the boxes and started creating magical atmosphere.

Natural History Museum.

Come at a charming ice rink in the Museum of Natural History. It is decorated with tiny flickering lights that resemble fairies, and no one will doubt that the impressive Christmas tree is in its place. If you want to hone your skating skill, then you came at the right address, but if it is not yours - no problem, there is a lot of interesting here. You can indulge yourself with chocolate and prosecco, and just soak up the intoxicating New Year atmosphere.

Cromwell Rd, Kensington, London SW7 5BD

Selfridges.

Of course, here everything is ready for the holiday. The windows of the stores already sparkle with New Year's decorations. Also, you can taste Christmas - in the food store. There will be selling the most Christmas "hits". This year, holiday stores will be open longer than 10 weeks. If you plan to arrange shopping, then you will find festive decorations, things for every need.

400 Oxford St, London W1A 1AB

Oxford Street.

Christmas in the capital would be deficient without the annual decorations of Oxford Street. 1,778 items of decoration (and 750 thousand energy-saving LED bubbles) adorned this street. That looks really amazing and move you to the magic world.

Oxford Street, London

Liberty London.

In this festive store, everything shines. Small lights, pine and ivy - here everything is extravagant. Explore the grotto of traditional wooden toys, giant deer and toy sights of London, whether it is a red phone booth or a wooden bus.

Regent St, Carnaby, London W1B 5AH

Skylight.

Here you can spend an evening without being bored. First, go skating. Then play hockey, and finish the program with delicious street food. We would say that all this is under one roof, but it is not quite so. Everything is ON one roof - at the Tobacco Dock. If the excellent scenery does not rise up your mood after a difficult day at work, and here you are - turned into Grinch, do not panic. After the cheese fondue and mulled wine, you will quickly get back to normal and enjoy all this fun fuss.

Tobacco Dock, Pennington St entrance, St Katharine's & Wapping, London E1W 2SF

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