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Harrods Christmas Shop and Decorations

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Synonymous with luxury for well over a century, the window displays at Harrods are some of the finest in the city.

Although worth visiting throughout the year, the store really shines (literally!) at Christmas. 

To find out what's on for the 2022 holiday season, look no further!

Harrods Christmas Shop

London is known throughout the world for the incredible variety of luxury shopping on offer, and one of the most famous destinations in the capital is Harrods! 

Given its' reputation as one of the finest department stores in the world, it's no surprise that the Harrods Christmas shop brands itself as a Luxury Christmas Shop.

Whatever you heart desires, you are likely to find it at the 2022 Harrods Christmas Shop!

This year, the store has divided itself into themed holiday departments to find everything you need:

The Fabulous World of Dior

Containing immersive pop-ups and a gingerbread themed display, Dior has taken over Harrods for a one of a kind experience.

The Christmas Bear

Harrods teddy bears are legendary and, for the first time in 2022, the cardigan wearing character is made from recycled plush!

Christmas Trees

Not bought your tree yet? Don't worry, Harrods has you covered with some of the most authentic looking artificial trees around.

Photo by willyromy2011 via TripAdvisor

Christmas Crackers and Advent Calendars

Not just any Christmas Crackers will do, so the ones at Harrods are a luxury splurge, filled with hand crafted treats and even fancy baubles.

The Advent Calendars are no different, with the finest branded beauty products in the place of tiny chocolates.


Cake stands, crockery, porcelain plates and literal silverware, this is an elevated experience.

Think names like Waterford and Wedgwood just for a start!

Christmas World and Decorations

The entire lower ground floor has been turned into a Winter Wonderland this year, featuring beautifully decorated trees and all the accessories you need to make yours just as fabulous.

Christmas Food

Not only is the legendary Harrod's Food Hall serving up everything you need to make an unimaginable Christmas dinner, you can also buy fancy treats to gift - or keep for yourself!

Think delicious panettone, traditional mince pies, hand crafted chocolates and luxury branded hampers.

Harrod's 2022 Christmas Decorations

Aside from the ground floor Christmas World, you'll also find stunningly decorated trees, garlands and wreathes sprinkled throughout all the different floors and departments.

In addition, with the interior and exterior are twinkling with hundreds of thousands of sparkling Christmas lights!

The decorations this year are sponsored by Dior and are advertised to, "take you on a magical journey through the Maison's history."

The world-famous windows feature a fabulous array of Dior gowns and accessories, some made of unique materials, and some of which appear to be being made by gingerbread men!

Photo by willyromy2011 via TripAdvisor

Inside you'll not only find the luxurious golden Dior Cafe but also a miniature gingerbread village featuring three buildings associated with Dior: The address in Paris: 30 Avenue Montaigne, Dior's childhood home, and the House of Perfume in Montauroux: Chateau de la College Noire.

The decorations this year will be on full display from the 10th of November to the 3rd of January.

How to Get There

Harrods is easy to get to, and just a short walk from Westminster and Kensington.

Nearest London Underground Stations: Knightsbridge (there is an exit dedicated to Harrods itself), Hyde Park Corner and South Kensington

Bus Routes: 14, 74, 414, C1

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About The Author


An American simply by accident of birth, Margaret moved to London over 16 years ago and hasn’t looked back since! With a keen interest in History – and a BA degree to match – Margaret prides herself on her knowledge of the amazing city she calls home and she's been guiding here now for nearly a decade. Social history is her real expertise, with sound understanding of the day-to-day lives of Londoners over the past centuries.
Updated: January 25th, 2023
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