Christmas Shopping in Keswick

Enjoy a day or a weekend break in Keswick Christmas shopping away from the traditional high streets, find that unique present in our many independent retailers and galleries - books, paintings, ceramics, jewellery, toys, bikes, foods & local produce in speciality retailers. If you can't be here in person and want to support Keswick we have many shops with online stores. 

Click here to visit our shopping page and see the wonderful range of shops we have in Keswick. Visit Packhorse Court just off the Market Square filled with a unique variety of independent retailers.

Whilst you're Christmas shopping in Keswick why treat yourself to lunch or coffee and cake in our of our many cafes and restaurants.

Here are a few ideas to inspire you for even those hardest to buy for -

Christmas Shopping in Keswick

Christmas trees are on sale from December 1, 10am-4pm. Why not make a day out of it and enjoy a walk in the forest before taking your tree home to decorate. Free parking and a free baby Christmas tree with every tree purchase. More info.

Buy a voucher for an outdoor activity and give some the experience of a lifetime. More info.

Treat your family to the Christmas production The Secret Garden at Theatre by the Lake Keswick or buy them tickets for one of the 2018 productions.

If you're stuck for an idea for the person who has everything why not plan a week-end away at a Keswick festival. From Keswick Film Festival to Keswick Mountain Festival, the Keswick Jazz and Blues festival to Words by the Water there's something to suit all tastes. More info

A lovely jumper from Alexandra's

A cheese hamper from the Cheese Deli.

A stool from John Young Furnishings.

A gift set from Star Beauty.

Some chocolates from Ye Olde Friars

A bikle from Keswick Bikes.

A classic book from Bookends.

Some wine from Booths supermarket.

A bottle of gin or two from the Lakes Distillery.

Don't forget something for the special pet in your life from Podgy Paws.

Choose a unique gift from Thornthwaite Galleries.

A painting in Viridian Gallery.