There are a lot of things that can lift your spirit during this festive time of year. Walking through London during the Christmas time can truly leave you breathless. This capital offers a stunning array of stimulants for every sense you have. Firstly, there are a lot of eye catching moments that are sure to please you in every way. The festive Christmas trees pop out of just about every corner. The shining lights are displayed everywhere with the focus on the biggest squares in London. The food that is portrayed by each one of the stalls and vendors is just about enough to drive your taste buds crazy! You can just feel the festive spirit lingering through town as you’re walking by. But, what is the most essential ingredient to make this Christmas experience fully enjoyable? Well, it’s definitely something that will make your ears enjoy the festive times as well! Music is the key to wrapping up the whole Christmas experience, and there isn’t a better soundtrack for this festive time of year than a compilation of songs sung by carolers all over London! Here’s a list of the places that you should visit if you’re one that enjoys Christmas Carols.

  1. VSO’s Christmas Carol Concert

The Methodist Central Hall is going to be the host of this year’s Christmas Carol concert organized by the Voluntary Service Overseas organization. If you’re one that enjoys listening to music overall, you definitely won’t be disappointed by this event. There will be multiple performances that include London’s Choir, Angelique Kidjo which is an award-winning songwriter-singer, and even Jyotsna Srikanth which is an Indian violinist! So, the Methodist Central Hall is going to be packed with musical entertainment which means that this is an event that you should definitely pay a visit to!

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Visiting Address: Central Hall Westminster, Storey’s Gate, London, SW1H 9NH

  1. Christmas Carol Service for The Sick Children’s Trust

When it comes to charity, the Saint Marylebone Parish Church outdoes itself every year. An organization that will be held in order to raise funds for the ones that need it the most is definitely worth a visit. This year’s Christmas Carol fundraiser will be attended by many A-list celebrities such as Ben Aldridge, Penelope Wilton and Anita Dobson. Raising funds for sick children is always a good way to get into the Christmas spirit, so if you want to be a part of this delightful gathering, definitely come by this church.

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Visiting Address: St Marylebone Parish Church, Marylebone Road, London, NW1 5LT

  1. Candlelit Carol Concert: Kids for Kids

One of the ways that you can contribute to a good cause this year is by attending the Candlelit Carol Concert that is being hosted in Eaton Square. It is a charity event that has a main goal centered around raising money for the children of Darfur. Hosted by many big names like Richard Wilson and David Suchet, it is sure to be a fun and musical evening filled with a joyful Christmas spirit that has a noble goal as its main concern.

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Visiting Address: St Peter’s Church, Eaton Square, 119 Eaton Square, London, SW1W 9AL

  1. Guard’s Chapel Christmas Carol Concert

A concert that should definitely be part of your Christmas event calendar, this year’s Guard’s Chapel Christmas Carol Concert is going to be filled with amazing performers giving their best to fill the room with an amazing atmosphere. Supported by London’s Contemporary Orchestra, Martynas Levickis, Janina Fialkowska, and Benjamin Appl are going to be filling the Guards Chapel with outstanding music. This event will be supported by many of London’s finest celebrities. So, if you’re looking for a glamorous event in a Christmas spirit, this is definitely the place to be!

Guards Chapel Christmas Carol Concert

Visiting Address: The Guards Chapel, Wellington Barracks Birdcage Walk, London, SW1E 6HQ

  1. Trafalgar Square Christmas Tree & Carols

Every year since 1947, the Trafalgar Square gets a glorious Christmas tree that is a gift coming from the generous people of Norway as a thank you for Britain’s support in the Second World War. As a popular tourist attraction, the tree brings out a big crowd every year. So, it comes as no surprise that a musical performance is needed in this whole spectacle. If you’re looking for a stunning view along with some magnificent Christmas caroling, the Trafalgar Square is definitely a location you will want to see.

Trafalgar Square Christmas Tree & Carols

Visiting Address: Trafalgar Square, Central, Westminster, London, WC2N 5DS

  1. St Martin In The Fields

All those who enjoy listening to Christmas carols in a breathtaking candlelit environment are definitely going to have an amazing experience in the St Martin In The Fields venue this year. Filled with entertainment that spans from the 28th of November until the 29th of December, there is going to be a show held in St Martin-in-the-Fields almost every day! As it is near the Trafalgar Square Christmas Tree, you can also take a quick detour and visit both of these locations in one day!

St Martin In The Fields

Visiting Address: St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, Covent Garden, London, WC2N 4JJ

  1. Westminster Abbey

Since 1066, when William the Conqueror was crowned there on Christmas day, Westminster Abbey has been the epicenter of London’s religious and royal life. So, it doesn’t come as a surprise that there will be a ton of content to see at this place. There will be various concerts and shows held at this location in the time span that covers the 29th of November until the 25th of December. All in all, if you’re looking for a place to spend a nice Christmas evening, Westminster Abbey is filled with events to enjoy.



Visiting Address: Westminster Abbey, Dean’s Yard, Westminster, London, SW1P 3PA

  1. Southwark Cathedral

A do it yourself version of Christmas, the Southwark Cathedral offers performances by the people that are in the Cathedral’s choir. There will be a series of events hosted in the Cathedral in a period throughout December. Singing along with the Cathedral’s choir is always a welcome type of contribution! So, if you’re into a religious experience, becoming a part of the reading and singing in the Southwark Cathedral is definitely a fun way to spend your time.


Visiting Address: Southwark Cathedral, Bridge, Bankside, London, SE1 9DA

  1. St Paul’s Cathedral

Saint Paul’s Cathedral is considered the spiritual heart of Great Britain. It comes as no surprise that it is hosting an event dedicated to singing in the spirit of Christmas. This year’s Christmas Carol event in St Paul’s Cathedral will be filled with concerts that include the popular Midnight Mass as well as Family Carols, Benjamin Britten’s Ceremony of Carols, Choral Evensong, among many other performers. Truly a sight worth visiting if you need to fill up on your Christmas spirit.

St Paul's Choristers Prepare For The Christmas Services...LONDON

Visiting Address: St Paul’s Cathedral, St Paul’s Churchyard, City, London, EC4M 8AD

  1. Royal Albert Hall’s Christmas Carols and Concerts

A Christmas celebration that should definitely be mentioned in our Christmas Carol list, the Christmas carols and the concerts at the Royal Albert Hall are going to be magnificent this year! A lot of people are going to visit this event as it is going to be the host of the most glamorous Christmas reading and carol singing performances this year! If you need a place to take your children where you can experience the spirit of Christmas together, the Royal Albert Hall is definitely the best choice there is!

Royal Albert Hall's Christmas Carols and Concerts

Visiting Address: Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Gore, South Kensington, London, SW7 2AP

  1. Christmas at Charles Dickens Museum

A Christmas Carol is going to be the center theme in which the Charles Dickens museum will be hosting its events. You will have the chance to enjoy a different exciting event on an almost every day basis! So, if you’re a fan of carol singing, pudding making, theatrical performances, and inspiring readings, the Charles Dickens Museum is going to be a delightful adventure for you. This is a great addition to the list of Christmas Carols in London!

Christmas at Charles Dickens Museum

Visiting Address: 48 Doughty St, London WC1N 2LX