Christmas Scandimarket

The Free Christmas Scandimarket 2016

18th -20th November | Albion Street SE16 | Rotherhithe

The famous Free Christmas Scandimarket in Albion Street is back for another long weekend of Scandinavian food, gifts, crafts and Moomin. Come experience the festive atmosphere at the Scandinavian Christmas Market, taking place on Albion Street between the Finnish and Norwegian Churches in Rotherhithe. And don’t forget to stop in to see the indoor Christmas Fairs both at the Finnish Church and the Norwegian Church.


Friday 18th November Saturday 19th November Sunday 2oth November
12:00 – 20:00 10:00 – 20:00 10:00 – 17:00
CScandimarket Logoome experience the festive atmosphere taking place on Albion Street between the Finnish and Norwegian Churches in Rotherhithe with food stalls, Christmas gifts ideas and entertainment.

A visit to the indoor Christmas Fairs both at the Finnish Church and the Norwegian Church is a must as it is having a photo taking with Moomin and the Huskies.

The nearest tube stations are Bermondsey, Canada Water and Rotherhithe.

The street market is free to visit.

How to get there

How to get to the Scandinavian Market


Avoid using your own car. If you do so, please use the nearby car park at Surrey Docks Shopping centre (free for up to 4 hours)

The nearest tube stations are Bermondsey and Canada Water.

The Rotherhithe Overground station is only a few metres away.

The area is served by many bus lanes. Nearest bus routes are 47, 188, 381, C10, P12

Visit our transport page for further information

Albion Street, Rotherhithe London SE16 7HZ
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Scroll down to see a full list of stallholders and what to expect

Scandimarket stallholder / A Andreassen

A. Andreassen

Norwegian footwear designer, Astrid Andreassen, launched her own brand to bring the high standards of craft and quality expected of handmade shoes and the ideals of Scandinavian design to the humble slippers

Scandimarket Stallholder / Arctic Power BerriesArctic Power Berries

100% pure berry powders from Finland, the Land of The Midnight Sun. Wild arctic berries are naturally rich in vitamins, antioxidants, nutrients and fibre. They grow and mature under the midnight sun, absorbing the goodness from their clean and unpolluted surroundings.


Scandimarket stallholder / Arthur Beale

Arthur Beale

Arthur Beale, has been situated on Shaftesbury Avenue for over 120 years. Prior to that it was established on the banks of the Fleet river. It was originally named John Buckingham and was a manufacturer of ropes for the ships on the then bustling river. Arthur Beale is  now a long-standing specialist shop in London in which to find everything the boat enthusiast needs is in the middle of the city and now in the Christmas  Scandimarket.

Ben & Lola

Ben & Lola are selling Scandinavian inspired clothing & toys for girls & boys from the age of 0 months and up to the age of 8 years. Most of the brands are from Scandinavia but they have also got some beautiful English and French brands. All the brands they are selling are known for their attention to detail and high quality.Their  range includes everything from classic wooden toys through to beautiful and practical children clothes from some of Scandinavians best brands.


Blåbär’s mission is to ‘Live a Life More Nordic’. If you wonder what does Nordic life involve? To Blåbär the essence is Balance. Creativity. Community. Health & Happiness.  So they decided to create such a place in the UK. Sandra Linnea West and Oliver Goodier bring their experiences together to offer this New Nordic Lifestyle to a wider audience, both online and in Putney, South West London and now during the Christmas Scandimarket

Cafe Deli Felice at Albion

Cafe Deli Felice is a cultural community hub in Albion Street. They have been taking part in the Scandimarket for several years offering a range of Christmas cards, art gifts and Italian delicatessen

Vibeke Dahl photography at the Christmas Scandimarket


Timeless and high quality works of art that capture the essence of the subject and remain fresh for years to come. Dahl Photography has built a very strong reputation, particularly in Black and White Photography over the last 25 years.

Daniela Sigurd Jewellery at the Christmas Scandimarket
Daniela Sigurd Jewellery

Taking inspiration from travels,animals,the symbols and meaning of charm, Daniela Sigurd Jewellery has a sense of fun,be quirky and feminine at the same time and feel personal to you. The pieces will make ideal gifts for a special occasion ,for a special person or a well deserved treat for yourself .With the help of a team of assistants all pieces are lovingly handmade from their East London studio.

Fine and Scandi

Fine and scandi is a mobile Scandinavian Street Kitchen based in Forest Row, East Sussex. Founded and run by Sussex local Tania Macnabb – a half Swede with a huge passion for Scandinavian food and culture – the business has been running since August 2014, and has been growing ever since.


Do not miss the chance to visit the Finndeli stall for a delicious world of genuine and authentic finnish food. Their passion is to bring the best finnish cuisine, fine food and delicacies right to you – where ever you are in the world in their online shop and during the Christmas Scandimarket.

Finnish Church at the Christmas Scandimarket
Finnish Church in London

The Finnish Church in London is a religious, cultural and social meeting place for all the Finns who live in Great Britain and Ireland (either permanently or temporarily), as well as for their friends and family. The church will be hosting their traditional Finnish Christmas Market (you should expect to queue up so be sure to arrive early)

Funky Little People at the Christmas Scandimarket
Funky Little People

Funky Little People is where you will find some funky Scandinavian products! Kids clothes, official and rare Moomin gadgets and Scandinavian gifts and fantastic Scandinavian brands specializing in long lasting funky unisex kidswear and we also stock official Moomin related products from selected brands.
Gnomes & Angels

HYGGE - Smorrebrod at the Christmas Scandimarket


When it comes to sandwiches, the Danish ‘smørrebrød’ isn’t just any sandwich. It’s an artfully crafted meal that works anytime.

Mench Living at the Christmas Scandimarket

Mench Living

Mench Living brings you beautiful homeware, inspired by contemporary Scandinavian Design. With a focus on up and coming designers, we are committed to bringing you quality products that will bring your home to life. Their  range has been carefully selected so you can add that little Scandinavian loveliness to your home.


Mette T Jensen

Jewellery designed to use 3-d forms in sculptural pieces that can be worn, but also has an existence on their own. The aim is to design jewellery that make viewers wonder, smile, dream or see new possibilities. In this collection wood and silver are the main materials used and the inspiration comes from the wood and its characteristics as well as sculptures, furniture, ships and architecture.

Gnomes and Angels

Moccis at the Christmas ScandimarketMoccis

It’s a slipper, it’s a sock, NO… It’s a Moccis® (pronounced Mock-Keys),  the first and only luxury hand sewn Swedish moccasins to bring fashion, function, and fun to indoor footwear worldwide.Moccis- the first and only luxury hand sewn Swedish Moccasin to bring fashion, function, and fun to home footwear.

My Little Wish at the Christmas Scandimarket

My Little Wish

Turkish towels and peshtemals (just as good as terry towels), big blankets, crafted tea towels in a rainbow of colours are the perfect gift for anyone. Ikat silk cushions are handmade specifically for them, and come in a variety of colours and designs, making them the ideal complement to your home. Attractive designs, made using high-quality materials, and carefully crafted by experienced artisans.

Nativ Scandinavia at the Christmas ScandimarketNativ Scandinavia

Hand drawn and Natural, Scandinavian clothing for your growing child. Celebrate ‘hygge’ in the everyday, with a firm belief that it goes hand in hand with healthy and happy living. Nativ Scandinavia is always Eco, always Organic and Sustainable, for your family’s balanced living.

Nordic Design Forum at the Cristmas Scandimarket

Nordic Design Forum

Nordic Design Forum showcasing Scandinavian interiors and accessories with a range of new or emerging Nordic designers and producers that are either unknown outside their domestic market or region or have yet to become available in the UK. Its focus is on high quality home interior items and designer accessories, representing all four elements of the Nordic tradition (wood, glass, textiles and ceramics).

Nordic Nicnac at the Christmas Scandimarket

Nordic Nic Nac

Nordic Nic Nac, Scandinavian inspired clothes and accessories handmade and designed with passion for knitting and sowing. Toys and homeware that add the Scandinavian look to your home

Nordic Imports

Nordic Imports

Nordic Imports mission is to bring the sweet (and salty) tastes of the Nordics into UK. Their stall in the Christmas Scandimarket will offer a range of packaged  and pick’n’mix sweets.

Norwegian Church in London

Sjømannskirken – Norwegian Church Abroad, is a non-profit organization with a commission from the Parliament to serve Norwegians abroad. 29 churches serve as social and cultural meeting places for around 900.000 annually. In addition, 7 chaplains cover around 80 countries visiting Norwegian communities and students. Norwegian oil installations in the North Sea are also frequently visited by 7 chaplains.

Pelle and Sven at the Christmas Scandimarket

Pelle and Sven

Scandikitchen at the Christmas ScandimarketScandinavian Kitchen

ScandiKitchen is UK’s leading Scandinavian food outlets, providing freshly made food and groceries from Scandinavia. They’re all about bringing the best of Nordic cuisine to you – whether you’ve got time to join us in the café, on delivery or by popping in the Christmas Scandimarket

Scandi Home at the Christmas ScandimarketSkandihome

Skandihome products range from delicate etched glassware and unusual decorative bronze Dalahorses to sumptuous Nordic white bedlinen; simply the best and finest at the best possible prices.



The Norwegian word SMED comes from the Norse word smiðr, meaning craftsman or artist. Enchanted woods, stunning fjords and dramatic mountains inspire textures and materials for jewellery, accessories, clothing and home. 

Stockholm Restaurant and deli at the Christmas Scandimarket

Stockholm Restaurant & Deli

South West London’s first Swedish restaurant and delicatessen. Authentic home made food in a cosy laid back atmosphere that you can enjoy in the Scandimarket

Sven Comics at the Christmas Scandimarket

Sven Comics

“International Cartoon Ambassadors of the Nordic Culture” aim to capture the essence of dry Arctic humour and ridicule with widely recognised but relatively untouched Scandinavian stereotypes as well as global oddities. The latest book to complete the Nordic wildlife jokes trilogy, Sven’s Moose, was released in May 2016. Purchase Sven Comics at the market

Sweetish at the Christmas Scandimarket


The Swedish pick and mix, chocolates and sweets stall during the Scandimarket is never short of buyers willing to indulge in the tasty flavours of their products.

Tapped Birch Water at the Christmas Scandimarket

TAPPED birch water

For centuries, the Finnish birch forests have been tapped for their sap in spring. More commonly known as birch water, it’s said to keep skin youthful, bones strong and a twinkle in your eye. Organic birch water is a natural source of anti-oxidising manganese with a delicate flavour that simply put, tastes good for you.

Tina Sparkle

Tina Sparkle

T* celebrates a high quality, functional accessory, the cashmere shawl, and injects a contemporary facelift to this classic piece. Each shawl is made from 100% ultra fine, lightweight, divinely soft, diamond weave cashmere. Every piece is designed by myself and my trusty colour chart, and then hand-dipped carefully, one by one, by the Kaistha family in Kashmir, India. No two scarves are ever alike.

Up Market Charity Shop at the Christmas ScandimarketUp Market

Up Market is a Community Charity Shop situated in Albion Street providing quality pre-loved items at fantastic prices and have a considerable range of Ladies, Mens and Childrens clothing and accessories in the shop. Clothing aside they also have lots of bric a brac, artwork, china, books and much more.


WORG Info. Everything you need to know about RotherhitheWhat’s on in Rotherhithe

SE16-WORG, a coordinating group helps to  promote other factual tourist and visitor literature and material for the Rotherhithe area.  A must visit during the market


Christmas Scandimarket

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