What time does the Christmas market in Edinburgh close?
10am to 10pm
Edinburgh Christmas market dates and opening times 2021 The George Street event will also open in early afternoon on Saturday November 20 2021 and run until Sunday January 2 2022 from the hours of 10am to 10pm.
What date does Edinburgh Christmas market start?
20th November 2021
From 20th November 2021 to 4th January 2022 World-renowned Edinburgh’s Christmas celebrations spread the festive cheer across the Scottish capital between 20th November 2021 and 4th January 2022.
Will there be a 2021 Christmas market in Edinburgh?
The Edinburgh Christmas markets kicks off on November 20 2021 and wraps up on January 4 2022.
Is there a Christmas market in Edinburgh this year?
The Edinburgh Christmas market will open from November 20 and will remain in place until shortly after the new year, drawing to a close on January 2, 2022.
Does Edinburgh have a Christmas market?
Nestled in the heart of Edinburgh, the traditional Christmas Market offers something for everyone. With stalls selling everything from local and bespoke products and gifts to tasty treats, visiting the market is a must this year.
Do you need tickets for Edinburgh Christmas Markets 2021?
Tickets for Edinburgh Christmas 2021 have now gone on sale and Edinburgh locals can get a discount for rides and the ice rink. The iconic Christmas markets and Santa Land will also return. Tickets have now been released for Edinburgh’s most anticipated festive event.
How big is Edinburgh Christmas market?
Hopetoun House Christmas Shopping Fair Situated on the outskirts of Edinburgh, this magnificent stately home sits on 6,500 acres of stunning natural beauty, with a farm producing beef, lamb and poultry that’s sold directly through its on-site shop. With a set-up like this, Hopetoun always makes for a stunning day out.
Do you need to be vaccinated for Edinburgh Christmas markets?
Do I have to have a COVID vaccine passport to enter Edinburgh’s Christmas? No, all three of Edinburgh’s Christmas sites sit under the capacity required by the current Scottish Government guidelines in which a COVID passport would be necessary to gain entry. 4.