London’s Most Beautiful Christmas Lights 2019

The Festive Season has started and London has slipped on its coat of thousand lights to brighten up those dark winter nights.  As a Lifestyle Managers, we’ve selected for you the most beautiful places to enjoy the Capital’s Christmas Lights Display.

Carnaby Sreet – Project Zero

A sustainable beautiful enlighten street to feel like under the sea. These light displays are entirely made from recycled materials.


Covent Garden Christmas Lights

A huge Christmas Tree, Santa’s reindeers, giants Christmas balls and Mistletoe, Covent Garden has it all with its 115,000 lights. The fairy atmosphere is taking the whole neighbourhood.


Marylebone Christmas Lights

Marylebone Village is hosting a giant Christmas market once again as well as its renowned Christmas Lights. This peaceful neighbourhood will make you feel like in Lapland, mulled wine, fairy lights and pedestrian streets.


Regent Street Christmas Lights

Just like every year, Regent Street welcomes its bright angels who look after the happiest Londoners admiring the beautiful display.


Syon Park – Enchanted Woodland

This is more than Christmas lights, Syons Park becomes an enchanted forest with light displays and Christmas songs in the whole park. The Enchanted Woodland is a sensational experience and it’s worth the journey. Don’t forget to book before going.


Kew Gardens Christmas Lights

Kew Gardens is as beautiful in Summer as in Winter. The Christmas light display is unbelievable and wraps the whole place to feel like in another world, far away from the buzz of the city.


The Shard Christmas Light Show

This year again, form 4 pm to 1 am, The Shard will display light shows, 3 different shows of 9 minutes every evening of December. Don’t miss this spectacular shows and most of all New Year’s Eve countdown at the top of the iconic building, to welcome 2020 in a spectacular way!


Fortnum & Mason – Christmas Lights

Like every year, Fortnum & Mason is the King of the Christmas Spirit, this year the shop turns into a huge and wonderful advent calendar that will make kids and grown-ups dream about starting theirs on the 1st of December.