Marvel at five entire cities made of gingerbread this winter with The Gingerbread City at The Museum of Architecture in Belgravia.

Now in its sixth year, the exhibition features five expertly crafted cities created by more than 100 architects, designers and engineers.

Made with dough, sweets and icing, these mini-city masterpieces will depict five edible cities across different climate zones: polar, continental, temperate, dry and tropical.

This year’s exhibition explores our desire for more liveable cities where most everyday needs can be accomplished within a 15-minute walk, cycle or trip on public transport.

Edible and festive, a visit to The Gingerbread City is a must-do this Christmas.

Perfect for families, gingerbread house-making workshops are also available to book. Tickets for the workshops go on sale on 3 October at 10am.

The Gingerbread City at The Museum of Architecture is open from 3 December, 2022 to 3 January, 2023 at 6-7 Motcomb Street, Belgravia, London.

Images of last year’s Gingerbread City exhibition can be seen here:

A bird's eye view of a house made of gingerbread surrounded by a path made of sweets

The Gingerbread City, 2021. Image credit: Katie Joslin.

A bird's eye view of trees made of sweets

The Gingerbread City, 2021. Image credit: Katie Joslin.

Lodges made of sweets and gingerbread and trees made of sweets

The Gingerbread City, 2021. Image credit: Katie Joslin

Teepee tents and a fire made of gingerbread and sweets

The Gingerbread City, 2021. Image credit: Katie Joslin.