Winter Arts Market | Liverpool Anglican Cathedral Liverpool  | Sat 1st December 2018 Lineup

Winter Arts Market

Liverpool Anglican Cathedral in Liverpool

Saturday 1st December 2018

10:00am til 7:00pm (last entry 6:30pm)

Minimum Age: 18

The biggest art & design fair in the North West! Over 200 artists and makers, plus vintage, clothing designers & local food and drink producers.


Winter Arts Market on Saturday 1st December 2018

This year’s Winter Arts Market returns on Saturday 1 December, offering shoppers the chance to buy handmade artworks, crafts and design gifts in the lead up to Christmas. Over 200 independent artists, designers and makers will transform Liverpool Cathedral into a bustling market displaying thousands of colourful creations alongside an artisan food fair and vintage fair.

This year we celebrate the 10th anniversary of this special event, which will feature stalls from over 200 artists, designers, makers, crafters, food producers, clothing designers and vintage sellers. Join us to support local artists and makers and find the perfect gifts for friends and family.

A huge variety of handmade work will be available including intricate jewellery, original screenprints, paintings, tableware, beauty products, colourful decorations, accessories, textiles, photography, knitwear, plus food gifts, clothing and vintage at prices for all pockets.

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Winter Arts Market 2018
Saturday 1 December
10am – 7pm
Liverpool Cathedral
Entry £3 (under 16s free)

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Entry Prices

Minimum age: 18

Entry price (public): 3 OTD (children under 16 free) (Additional fees may apply)

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