There are often food and drink events in Bath, celebrating the diversity and quality of food in the city and region.
Farmers' Markets in Bath & beyond
Combining tradition with innovation, in 1997 Bath became the first place in Britain to open a farmers' market. It was the start of something big. Inspired by Bath's success, over 300 such markets have sprung up around the country. Soak up the atmosphere and take a memento home with you from one of the farmers’ markets in Bath and its surrounding towns…
Bath Farmers' Market
Held at Green Park Station in central Bath every Saturday. There is a wide variety of local produce, with all goods coming from under 40 miles away being sold directly by the people who produced them.
Midsomer Norton Farmers' Market
Held in the Hollies Gardens in the centre of the town on the first Saturday of every month. There are stalls selling meats, fish, fruits and vegetables, cheeses, organic quiches and salads and herbs.
Keynsham Farmers' Market
The bustling town of Keynsham holds its farmers market on the second Saturday of each month. All the food on sale is either grown or produced locally, so as well as buying something delicious, you'll also be supporting the local community and economy.
Other Foodie Events
There are a range of other food related events taking place in Bath and the surrounding area from cookery demonstrations to tastings and festivals.
To view a list of foodie events use the search box at the top of the page on the right hand side. Select 'Food & Drink' from the 'Type' drop down menu and enter the dates you require.
For further advice and expert suggestions on eating and drinking in Bath call Bath Tourist Information Centre on:
UK callers - 0906 711 2000 (50p / min)
Overseas callers - +44 844 847 5257