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Christmas Trees London: The most beautiful and best Christmas trees in the capital

We are finally in December and now everyone can really feel the spirit of celebration.

The City of London has many magical exhibits and exhibits, but most of all it loves showing off some of the best Christmas trees.

Here at MyLondon, we’ve rounded up some of the prettiest and best Christmas trees London has to offer.

Get ready, because your Instagram profile is about to get a makeover.

Covent Garden

Covent Garden serves up the traditional magic of the Christmas market this year, but you won’t want to miss this beautiful tree.

Perfect for taking those family photos or taking that festive selfie, this tree is an absolute classic.

You will also be in luck, as Covent Garden will be falling snow every day in Piazza North.

You will therefore have the impression of being almost at the North Pole, rubbing shoulders with Santa Claus!

Hyde Park Winter Wonderland

If you want to find the best Christmas tree in London’s best festive market, look no further.

Head to the Godfather of the Festive Winter Markets, and you’ll find a Magic Tree (or two!)

This tree celebrates the sparkling return of Winter Wonderland after the pandemic.

Connaught Village

Something a little different, but if you head to Marble Arch or Edgware Road you will find a very special surprise.

This illuminated party tree, known as the Tree of Love, Joy and Hope, is not your typical Christmas tree.

Dazzling neon signs create a spectacular light show, with quotes from the Christmas classic Love Actually.

The tree is in Connaught Village, a stone’s throw from Winter Wonderland.

The King’s Cross



This Is Loop designed Christmas tree installation ‘Prism’ in Kings Cross

Not quite your typical Christmas tree, this version takes center stage in Coal Drops Yard this year.

Enter this giant kaleidoscope measuring 28 feet high and you will be transported to a world of light, magic and color!

Designed by creative light and structure specialists, the tree symbolizes unity and is perfect for achieving that reflective mirror photo.

Crystal park gardens



It’s not just your average Christmas tree

This wonderland of light and color will surely warm your heart.

A family-friendly event with interactive exhibits, immersive light installations and a magical illuminated trail – this event has it all!

Further information on the event can be found on their website.

Wembley Park

Get ready to admire this incredible Christmas tree!

This spectacular 25 foot LED festive tree is part of the free Wembley Park light trail.

With over 100,000 lights, your inner influencer will be screaming to take a photo and post it online.

The London Edition

It’s a crazy Christmas tree and we love it!

This year, London Edition has teamed up with British artist Ed Curtis to create a Wonka-themed handmade Christmas treat.

We love the playfulness and magic of it! Everything about the tree includes hand painted doodles, stars and funny faces – what a tree!

Churchill’s arms



The Churchill Arms has made a name for itself as London’s most festive pub with its annual Christmas lights exhibition

Ads get into the Christmas spirit with a big twist on the classic Christmas tree.

Over 100 Christmas trees and assorted decorations all around the Churchill Arms, this Kensington venue has over 25,000 lights to admire.

The festive exhibition will run from today until January 6, 2022.

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