Harrogate Harrogate Christmas Market

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Business: Harrogate Christmas Market

Location: Harrogate

Description :

The 2020 Harrogate Christmas Market has had to be cancelled BUT the Christmas Lights will be switched on in Harrogate on 12th November 2020. 

Harrogate and the Town Centre is very much OPEN FOR BUSINESS so you will be very welcome to visit.

A list of Christmas Market Traders is on this website.

Read more on the Blog.

Since 2012 the Harrogate Christmas Market has been held on The Stray in the historic Montpellier Quarter of Harrogate town centre. This four-day festive market is normally filled with high quality Yorkshire products. This year was expected to have nearly 200 stalls selling everything from Yorkshire cheeses and chutneys to handmade gifts and Christmas decorations. 

Sadly this isn’t possible in 2020 but we are bringing you a Virtual Harrogate Christmas Market with a list of the Traders who would have been present at this year’s Market. We will also highlight the fantastic array of local Harrogate Businesses who will very much be open for business as usual.

Harrogate’s vibrant town centre has fabulous shopping, cafe culture, fine cuisine, grand and cosy hotels as well as a glamorous heritage as a European spa town. Search out fabulous independent shopping and welcoming communities in Commercial StreetCold Bath Road and Kings Road, just to mention a few. 

Find out more about where to stay and what to do in the Harrogate District at Visit Harrogate and The Harrogate Guide

For 2020, we urge you to support our
Traders and Town Centre Businesses
either by buying direct or via their websites.

View our list of 2020 traders

Harrogate’s award-winning Christmas Market has become renowned for the quality and variety of products on offer.

With about 200 traders selling mostly Yorkshire products, there is something for everyone:

– Delicious Yorkshire food, drinks & confectionery

– Hand-made toys, clothes, hats & accessories

– Unique crafts, gifts and Christmas decorations

– Traditional mulled wine, roast chestnuts and more!