Green Park Station is a thriving platform for local life and culture right in the heart of Bath.
The oldest Farmer’s market in Britain runs every Saturday, complete with a range of the freshest and most local produce you can find, including seasonal veggies, choice cut meats and a variety of mouth watering cheeses. An array of friendly independent traders may also be found displaying and selling their wonderful hand crafted or locally sourced goods, which makes it a must for serious foodies and treasure hunters alike.
However, Saturday is not the only day that shopaholics can get their fix. Green Park Station’s permanent tenants include Hackett’s Men’s Hairdressing, Station Antiques & Collectables, Framecraft picture framers, Green Park Leather & Luggage and the Green Park Bike shop.
For day and night entertainment, the Green Park Brasserie has regular live music to complement its delicious meals and carefully selected wines, whilst Green Park Express takes pride in their beautiful coffees and sumptuous Paninis. You can even pick up some fresher than fresh locally grown pork from PJ’s Farm and unbelievably scrumptious ethical bread from The Thoughtful Bread Company.
And finally (as if that’s not enough already), there are also regular events held in the market square, ranging from specialised markets to live Jazz performances. Some of our more regular affairs include:
• The Bath Vintage & Antiques market – Held on the last Sunday of every month, this event prides itself in High Quality Furniture, Jewellery, Decorative Accessories, Vintage Fashion, Silverware, Ceramics, Upholstery, Clocks, Cameras, Books and local arts and crafts.
• The Love Food festival – Consists of hog roast, mulled cider, music, storytelling and a large variety of delicious street food to satisfy the most discerning of food lovers.
• So Natural Baby Festival – An exciting array of stalls showcasing ethical, organic and handmade toys and clothing, as well as workshops and massages, make this reinvention of the traditional baby fair an event not to be missed.
This beautiful building has been a hallmark in Bath for over 130 years, and boasts the original, vaulted iron and glass station roof and signature Bath stone façade.
With events, market days, shops and eateries, be sure to make Green Park Station Your Destination!
- Accessible to Wheelchair Users
- Facilities for the Disabled
Parking & Transport
- Car parking
- Event venue
- Open all year
Public Transport Directions
From London. There is a regular service throughout the day from Victoria Station, with a journey time of around 4 hours. Visit www.nationalexpress.com or call 08717 818181.
From Bristol: Services 339 / 639 / 649 / X39. X39 runs every 12 - 15 minutes Monday - Friday and every 30 minutes on Saturdays. Service 339 runs every 30 minutes on Sundays. The journey time to Bath’s temporary bus station in Avon Street is around 50 minutes. Green Park Station is less than five minutes walk from the bus station. Turn right into Green Park Road. Follow the road as it bears right. You will see traffic lights ahead as Midland Bridge Road joins from the left. Green Park Station is the building on the left hand side immediately beyond Midland Bridge Road. Wheelchair and pedestrian access is via the front, from Green Park Road. Green Park Station is on a number of local bus routes. There are bus stops in Midland Bridge Road and James Street West, to either side of the entrance. For accurate timetable information visit www.firstgroup.com or call Traveline on 08712 002233.
From Bristol. Trains run approximately every 10 minutes from Bristol Temple Meads; journey time approximately 10 – 15 minutes.
From London. Direct trains from London Paddington run every half hour during the day; journey time approximately 90 minutes. Visit www.nationalrail.co.uk or call National Rail Enquiries on 08457 484950 for timetable and ticket price information. Green Park Station is approximately 10 minutes walk from Bath Spa railway station. Turn left as you leave the main entrance. Cross at the end of Dorchester Street (keeping to the right of the river) and walk straight ahead into Green Park Road. Follow Green Park Road as it bears right. You will see traffic lights ahead where Midland Bridge Road joins from the left. Green Park Station is the building on the left immediately beyond Midland Bridge Road. Wheelchair and pedestrian access is at the front, from Green Park Road.
By Air: Bristol International airport is 18 miles from Bath city centre. There are regular buses to Bristol, from where there are regular direct bus and train connections.