The Game Fair is coming to London with a very special distilled Christmas edition. Join us in London’s oldest square from 18th to the 20th November.

Bloomsbury Square becomes a sparkling festive setting for the best of our selected Countryside vendors.

And we guarantee it is going to snow!

A place to stay at Christmas

Game Fair Christmas has teamed-up with BCD Meetings & Events to offer exclusive hotel rates for visitors and exhibitors. Click the link below to find hotels in and around Bloomsbury Square.

Bloomsbury Square was laid out in the early 1660s for Thomas Wriothesley, fourth Earl of Southampton. Between 1800 and 1814, James Burton built the houses on the north side of Bloomsbury Square. The Square was redesigned at the same time by Humphry Repton (1752-1818) and consisted of walks, including a formal lime tree walk and shrubberies. Hewitt’s plan of c1820s shows a perimeter shrubbery and walk, plus a large lawn at centre of the gardens. The southern end of the Square was redesigned in the mid-20th Century, following a geometric pattern. In 1973, when an underground car park was built beneath the square, the gardens were redesigned by David Lee to the present arrangement.