Christmas is inarguably the most wonderful time of the year. A time to spend eating unholy amounts of good food in the company of loved ones. Every city at this time hosts marvellous events for adults and children alike. This year Bristol and Bath have pulled out all the stops to make this a year you won’t forget.
Bristol Christmas Market
It wouldn’t feel like Christmas without the annual market! The Bristol Christmas market is already open for business right through until Christmas Eve. Featuring over 40 wooden-chalet style stalls, the market is a great place to find unique and interesting gifts to ease the stress of Christmas shopping.
Also there are stalls boasting authentic German food and drink so you can keep refreshed while shopping.
Winter Fair and Ice Rink
Looking for something a bit more active? Then head down to Millennium Square for the winter fair and ice rink. Alongside the large ice rink with cool events such as “Disco boots”, there is a mini Christmas market with stalls selling delicious food, drink and hats and gloves to cozy up against the cold, as well as a bar to warm up with blankets and hot chocolate, and a ferris wheel offering a staggering view of Bristol’s harbour.
A Little Party Never Killed Anybody
Looking for a more unique and sophisticated way to celebrate? Then prepare to get festive at the American Museum. So let your hair down in a 1920’s American-themed party from 23rd November to 17th December.
The Wardrobe Theatre is now showing the latest brainchild of Rocky: A Horror Show creators–Reservoir Cats. So for this Christmas treat yourself to a ticket to see this Quentin Tarantino inspired masterpiece.
No Christmas would ever be complete without a trip to Santa’s Grotto! So take the kids along to Old Down Estate, take a stroll through an enchanted fairy-forest. Every child will receive a wonderful gift, guaranteeing to bring them joy.
Are you stuck looking for Christmas gifts this year? The give the gift of Gleem this year! Book a one-off cleaning to take the stress out of somebody’s Christmas this year.