Complimentary tickets are now available for the Christmas destination
as it returns for a second year, even bigger than before
Selfridges Christmas Market on the Mews will open its doors on Friday 5th November, brimming with festive cheer and fun for the whole family to enjoy.
The Selfridges spirit will be brought to the unique W1 destination behind the Oxford Street store, with a curation of gifting, dining and entertainment, making the Mews a place for friends to socialise and celebrate together this Christmas.
The Christmas Market on the Mews is back for a second year – and it’s bigger and brighter than before, with Edwards Mews taken over by some of London’s best food and drink vendors, magical market stalls and unexpected experiences, and the opportunity to meet Santa and friends. A curation of food and drink trucks, three bars, gifting stalls and fairground rides, including a Helter Skelter, will line Edwards Mews alongside a spectacular giant Christmas Tree twinkling with fairy lights. At the entrance to the Selfridges store on Edwards Mews, customers will be able to browse gifts, advent calendars and stocking fillers as well as visit a new Christmas Concierge; a service for inspiring solutions for every festive need – from Christmas hampers and present advice to ordering sustainably grown Christmas trees and wreaths or discovering the gift of unique-to-Selfridges experiences.
The impressive line-up of food traders has once again been curated in partnership with food market pioneer and founder of Street Feast, Dominic Cools-Lartigue. It includes everything from savoury and sweet waffles from Utter Waffle, gourmet burgers and chips by The Tramshed Project, pie and mash from My Pie and Filipino street food from Bong Bongs to doughnuts by Treats Club and cookies and nitrogen ice cream by Chin Chin. Three on site bars will offer mulled wine, craft beer, cocktails and hot chocolate.
The Christmas Market on the Mews will open daily from 5th November to 24th December:
Monday to Friday 4 – 9pm
Saturday and Sunday 12 – 9pm
Entry will be via Duke Street. Tickets (free of charge) are available at: