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BBC News 360° – The Best Places To Watch The Christmas Day Ceremony


The Christmas Day Ceremony is one of the year’s most anticipated events. It’s a time to celebrate with loved ones, and what better way to do that than by watching it live on television? bbc news 360° has compiled a list of the best places to watch the ceremony this year. From London to Jerusalem, these are the places where you can catch all the action. So whether you’re in London or Jerusalem, watch the Christmas Day Ceremony live!

The Ceremony

With just a few hours before the Christmas Day Ceremony, anticipation is high for those in the UK and worldwide who want to glimpse some of the most iconic moments from one of Christianity’s most important days.


Christmas Day is celebrated on 25 December and marks the birth of Jesus Christ. The ceremony usually occurs at 11:00 GMT at London’s Westminster Abbey, but it will be broadcast live on BBC One and BBC Two this year.


Some other places where people can watch the ceremony are St Paul’s Cathedral in London; Edinburgh Castle; Canterbury Cathedral; York Minster; Manchester cathedral; and Saint Peter’s Basilica in Rome.

Where To Watch From

To watch the Christmas Day Ceremony from anywhere worldwide, follow our live blog or watch it on BBC News. In the UK, viewers can catch all the proceedings on BBC One and BBC Two at 20:00 GMT, while those in other parts of Europe can tune into France 24 and Deutsche Welle at 19:30 CET. North America will get a live feed from CNN, while Australia can watch on ABC.

What To Expect

BBC News reports on the best places to watch the Christmas Day ceremony. The event will be broadcast live from London’s Trafalgar Square and worldwide.

Tips For Watching The Ceremony Safely

If you’re planning on watching the Christmas Day ceremony from a safe distance, here are a few tips:


-Avoid large crowds. The larger the crowd, the more likely someone will be trampled or pushed.


-Stay away from any construction sites or poles with lights attached. These can be dangerous as they may fall or break, causing injuries.


-If possible, try to find an open space away from buildings and trees. This will help reduce the risk of being hit by lightning. BBC News


Looking for a place to watch the Christmas Day ceremony? We’ve got you covered! The following areas will be broadcasting the festivities LIVE, so don’t miss out:

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