Christmas markets in Oslo – We know all about ’em!

November 7, 2017 • 2 min read

We are closing in on December, so why not indulge the coming holidays by visiting a Christmas market while in Oslo? Here are Christmas markets in Oslo that you can attend already!

Spikersuppa Christmas Market
The most centrally located Christmas market is the one in the area of Spikersuppa, which is the name of the pool/skating rink just by Eidsvoll Square. Here you’ll find anything you can possibly ask for in a Christmas market, from crafts to delicacies. There’s also a Ferris wheel and entertainment for kids. The market is open daily from November 18 – December 30, 10.00 – 20.00.

Swedish Christmas market at Margaretakyrkan
Well, you have travelled all the way to Scandinavia, so why not experience a Swedish Christmas too, while you’re at it? At the Swedish church called Margaretakyrkan, at Hammersborg Torg 8B, you can do just that. Here you’ll find a traditional Swedish Christmas market with Christmas food, items for sale and raffles. Once every hour you can also listen to delightful Christmas music in the church. The profits from the market is donated to charity. The market is open from November 24-25th, starting at 11.00 both days.

Christmas market like back in the days at Bærums Verk
We have been writing about Bærums Verk earlier (link to blog post here), because it truly is the cosiest place this time of year. When the Christmas markets starts, yeah, that’s peak season! From November 26th to December 18th, Thursday – Sunday, you can shop Christmassy stuff in the small shops located in the houses originating from the 1700s. Trust us, it’s worth the ride.