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Published on : Thursday, November 10, 2016
The feel of Christmas is in the air already and London sparkles with magnificent Christmas lights over the festive season. Experience plenty of festive cheer and see some of the best Christmas lights in London, as the city is gloriously decked out for Christmas.
Here is a list of top three Christmas Lights in London you should never miss.
Oxford Street Christmas Lights (6 Nov-5 Jan)
Be dazzled by the spectacular Christmas lights and seasonal window displays lining the iconic Oxford Street. In partnership with the NSPCC and their Little Stars Campaign, the must-see Oxford Street Christmas lights feature glittering gold and silver baubles mixed with thousands of magical stars twinkling in the skies. You can see the picture-perfect decorations while ticking items off your Christmas shopping list in Oxford Street’s department stores.
Carnaby Christmas Lights (10 Nov-8 Jan)
Kick-start the Christmas season with a visit to the rebellious Carnaby Christmas lights. Carnaby’s biggest Christmas display yet, the quirky Christmas lights look back to the Swinging Sixties with vibrant colours, glitzy lights and iconic images inspired by The Victoria and Albert Museum’s You Say You Want a Revolution? Records and Rebels 1966-70 exhibition. After exploring each of the area’s 13 glowing streets, stop off at one of the diverse restaurants or check out the district’s cool independent boutiques and international brands during a spot of Christmas shopping.
Bond Street Christmas Lights ( 10 Nov-3 Jan)
See one of London’s most luxurious shopping districts garlanded with magnificent Christmas lights in the run-up to Christmas. The opulent Bond Street Christmas lights showcase a dazzling peacock-themed display, sparkling with more than 250,000 lights and plumes of elegant feathers spreading across the stylish shopping street. Once you’ve admired the Christmas lights glowing above Bond Street, look out for the exclusive stores draped in grand decorations and gaze at window displays dressed in their Christmas finest.