Harrogate Christmas Market and Fayre 2021

Harrogate Christmas Market – there will be lots of events and attractions will be available for people to enjoy this Christmas in Harrogate.
Thanks to a partnership with Harrogate BID, a Ferris wheel, Victorian carousel, helter-skelter and performance area are all set to keep people entertained from Monday 15 November to the first week of January.
While a festive road train will travel around the town centre from Friday 3 December until Sunday 12 December to ensure people don’t miss out on what Harrogate town centre has to offer; whether that’s the Harrogate Christmas Fayre, the artisan market in the Valley Garden or the fantastic high street businesses.
Harrogate christmas market
To encourage footfall to town centres across the Harrogate district, a magical window trail will also be unveiled. Funded by the government’s Welcome Back Fund, the window trail will feature 12 festive depictions that have been designed by local people. The trail will be launched in December across the district and we’ll have further news in the coming weeks about how to get involved.
It has also been announced that Harrogate Christmas Fayre will be open between the hours of 10am and 7pm Monday to Wednesday, 10am and 9pm Thursday to Saturday, and 10am and 4.30pm on Sundays.
The market will take place on Cambridge Street, Market Place, Station Square and Cambridge Crescent and will be a great place to pick up some last-minute and unique gifts along with mouth-watering treats for people to enjoy as they wander around taking in the sights and sounds.
Around 50 traders from Yorkshire, the UK as well as those from countries across Europe, will be welcoming visitors with the layout of stalls designed to support existing high street businesses who are sure to benefit from the additional footfall the fayre is due to bring.
Harrogate christmas market
If that wasn’t enough, Little Bird Markets is set to hold a festive artisan market in the Valley Gardens, Harrogate on Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 December (times to be confirmed). The artisan market will feature approximately 60 local and regional traders and producers who will sell a variety of festive arts and crafts, clothing, homeware, jewellery, as well as food and drink.