The Oxford Christmas Market is scheduled to return to the heart of the city on beautiful and historic Broad Street in 2023, and the city of dreaming spires will again be filled with festive joy.
With the sound of choirs singing Christmas carols, market traders offering unusual and handmade gifts, colourful decorations brightening wooden stalls and the aroma of mulled wine and cinnamon drifting in the air – a visit to the Oxford Christmas Market is a truly magical Christmas experience.
Sunday to Wednesday from 10.00am to 6.30pm
Thursday to Saturday from 10.00am to 8.00pm
Local bands and choirs are looking forward to performing for you.
Sunday 04 December
2.30pm to 3.00pm – Family Choir Club
Thursday 08 December
6.00pm to 8.00pm – City of Oxford Silver Band
Friday 09 December
5.00pm to 6.00pm – Oxford Guild of Tour Guides (in aid of ExVac)
Saturday 10 December
10.00am to 11.45am – Kidlington Concert Brass
Noon to 1.00pm – Cherwell Singers (in aid of Archway)
2.00pm to 4.00pm – Oxford Cherwell Brass
Sunday 11 December
1.00pm to 2.00pm – Oxford Gospel Choir
Friday 16 December
6.00pm to 7.00pm – Towersey Village Voices
Saturday 17 December
11.30am to 11.55am – Stagecoach Oxford Schools
Noon to 3.00pm – City of Oxford Silver Band
Sunday 18 December
11.00am to 11.30am – Rock Choir
1.00pm to 1.30pm – Rock Choir
Oxford is easily accessible by road and rail, and the Oxford Christmas Market on Broad Street is only a short 10-minute walk away from the train and coach stations.
Leave the car at home and travel by train to Oxford. The station is only a few minutes walk from the Christmas Market. Great Western Railway operates a regular train service from London, Reading and Didcot in the South, and Evesham and Worcester in the North West. For train times and fares, please visit the website of Great Western Railway.
Oxford Rail Station also has regular links to many other UK cities. Visit the National Rail website for information and timetables.
Oxford is connected to London, the M25 and the Midlands by the M40, and the Oxford ring road provides direct access to Southampton, Portsmouth and Bristol via the A34.
Oxford has five Park & Ride car parks, with frequent bus links into the city centre. Visit the Park and Ride website for more information. Gloucester Green car park is a short walking distance from Oxford city centre. Click here for more details about Oxford’s car parks.
There are several blue badge bays in Broad Street, where blue badge holders can park free of charge. For further information on disabled parking in Oxford, click here.
By Coach or Bus
The Oxford Bus Company and Stagecoach run a comprehensive schedule of local buses around Oxford and surrounding towns. Regular coach links run daily from central London (100min), Heathrow (80min) and Gatwick (120min) airports. This includes the Oxford Tube (to and from London) and The Airline (to and from Heathrow and Gatwick).
Coach parking is currently available at the Redbridge Park & Ride. Visit the Oxford City Council website for more information.
Of course, if you’re local, you can always cycle to the market. Visit the Oxford City Council website to find out more about bicycle routes in Oxford, about the park and pedal scheme and anything else related to cycling in Oxford.