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Most Stunning Christmas Markets in Scotland: Don’t Miss Out on the 2022 Festive Fun!


2022 Christmas Markets in Scotland

Get ready to be blown away by the most amazing Christmas markets in Scotland! From Edinburgh’s iconic markets to the ethical fair in Dundee, these are the must-see events of the season.

Edinburgh Christmas Market Photos

Edinburgh Christmas Market Photos by Ross Sneddon

Edinburgh Christmas Market 2022 / 2023

November 22 – January 3, 2023

Experience the magic of Edinburgh’s famous Christmas market! Located in Princes Street Gardens, this market has over 70 vendors offering a mix of gifts and delicious food. Plus, there’s a Ferris wheel and ice skating rink for even more festive fun.

Oban Winter Festival 2022

November 18 – December 27 2022

Celebrate the season with the Oban Winter Festival! This 10-day event features winter markets at the Distillery and Corran Halls, as well as live music and kids’ activities. Don’t miss out on the fun!

Dundee Ethical Christmas Fair 2022

November 26 – December 23 2022

Looking for a more sustainable Christmas market? Look no further than Dundee’s Ethical Christmas Fair! As Scotland’s first Fairtrade City, Dundee is committed to promoting ethical and sustainable products. Come check out the fantastic selection of goods and support a great cause.

Aberdeen Christmas Village 2022

November 17 – December 31 2022

The Granite City sparkles with the Aberdeen Christmas Village! More than 20 local retailers will be offering a fantastic selection of goods at the community market on Broad Street. Don’t miss out on the festive fun in Aberdeen.

Perth International Christmas Market 2022/23

November 16 – January 2 2023

Start the holiday season off with a bang at the Perth International Christmas Market! This globally-inspired market is home to a fantastic selection of food, drink, and artistic gifts. Who knows, you might even spot a celebrity or two at the grand Christmas lights switch on.

Barry Kirkham
Barry Kirkham
Barry Kirkham: Edinburgh Magazine's go-to for tales of tech, science, and yesteryears. Often found wandering Edinburgh's alleys, fork in one hand, history book in the other, he's your fun guide to Scotland's capital and its delicious mysteries!

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