This year, the locations below host some of London's top Christmas trees, which can be admired from November up until early January – check back soon as some Christmas trees locations have not been confirmed yet for 2020.
Covent Garden Christmas tree
See one of the largest Christmas trees in London shine beautifully above the cobbled streets of the 19th-century Covent Garden piazza. As well as the 18-metre (60ft) Christmas tree, the area features a forest of smaller trees festively dressed by British brands, mistletoe chandeliers and 100,000 twinkling lights.
St Pancras Christmas tree
Fill your Instagram with snaps of the quirky Christmas tree at St Pancras International station. Created in partnership with EL&N Cafe, the 2020 Tree of Hope features 1200 meters (3937ft) of pink festive ribbon adorned with positive messages of hope from key workers and NHS staff, topped with twinkling lights.
Don't forget to treat yourself to a delightful sweet treat from the new EL&N Cafe which just opened in the arcade.
Leadenhall Market Christmas tree
Annabel's Christmas tree
Make sure to add Annabel's London Christmas tree to your festive bucket list. You might not be able to enter the private members club, but its gorgeous tree-shaped creation with adorable candy cane entrance will dazzle anyone passing by this Christmas in London.
Trafalgar Square Christmas tree
Marvel at the huge Christmas tree which usually towers over Trafalgar Square. An annual gift to the capital from Norway since 1947, London's Trafalgar Square Christmas tree is dressed in a traditional Nordic style with vertical strings of lights. Watch the tree light up on a virtual tree lightning ceremony on 3 December.
Granary Square Christmas tree
Check out the Electric Nemeton Tree, one of London's most arty Christmas trees at Granary Square in King's Cross. A local architecture practice Sam Jacob Studio is behind this creation, which plays on the tradition of ancient Celtic groves with futuristic metal pine trees placed on a platform, which glow green after dark.
King's Cross Christmas trees
Windsor Castle Christmas tree
Head to Windsor Castle, the location of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's wedding, to see its traditional Nordmann Fir tree as the royal residence is transformed for Christmas. Nestled in the magnificent St George's Hall, this Christmas tree is classically adorned with hundreds of shimmering glass and mirrored ornaments. Book Windsor Castle tickets now
Wembley Park Christmas tree
Discover Wembley Park's playful interpretation of a traditional Christmas tree as you walk through the 25-metre (82ft) London Christmas tree made up of more than 100,000 LED lights and become immersed in kinetic light displays. After checking it out, bag a bargain before the January sales begin at the London Designer Outlet.
Claridge's Christmas tree
Visit the luxurious Mayfair hotel to see the iconic Claridge’s London Christmas tree installation, which is designed by a different designer each year. Last year's tree was designed by Christian Louboutin, dressed with pretty baubles, shoe-shaped gingerbread biscuits and topped with a crown. TBC
Liberty London Christmas tree
Somerset House Christmas tree
Paddington Christmas tree
Each year you can let Paddington Central's installation light up your trip to London at Christmas time! Last year's interactive London Christmas tree imaginatively combined movement, colour and light, with 32 golden spotlights surrounding the festive sculpture. TBC
Track down the city's dazzling Christmas trees by downloading the Visit London App.