As well as the shops and permanent markets, Bath also holds a number of shopping festivals and events throughout the year. These include regular markets each week and the very special, annual Bath Christmas Market.
Bath Christmas Market
For the ultimate Christmas shopping experience, visit the Bath Christmas Market. With over 140 chalets situated in picturesque surroundings it's the perfect opportunity to view Bath's unique tourist attractions whilst purchasing top quality products and gifts for your friends, loved ones and more importantly yourself!
Bath in Fashion
Bath in Fashion is an exciting event is a must for any fashionistas and shopoholics. As well as catwalk shows, talks from leading names in the fashion industry and exhibitions, take advantage of many special offers and in-store events across the city.
The Fine Cheese Company Festival
If you're a lover of fine cheese, then this event in October is not to be missed. Enjoy delicious tasters of many local cheese varieties and talks by some of Britain’s finest artisan cheese makers.
Bath Vintage & Antiques Market
This regular market runs on the last Sunday of every month at Green Park Station. If you've an eye for antiques or enjoy hunting for a vintage bargain, make sure you pop by. The Vintage & Antiques Market sells a wide range of products -furniture, jewellery, vintage fashion, ceramics, books, crafts and art to name just a few.
Bath Artisan Market
On the second Sunday of every month, Green Park Station will be transformed into the bustling Artisan Market. Over 60 stalls will be selling handmade, vintage, upcycled, food and art from local and artisan producers. With craft demos, music and delicious hot food and drinks, make sure you wrap up warm and come on down.
Green Park Station plays host to daily markets offering high quality foods plus garden, home and arts and crafts products. There's also the Bath Farmers' Market which takes place every Saturday.
More farmers' markets are held in Keynsham and Midsomer Norton and offer visitors the chance to purchase the best local produce. The atmosphere of these markets is friendly and you'll get to chat to local farmers who are more than happy to offer advice on how best to cook and store your goods.
Walcot Flea Market in the Artisan Quarter operates every Saturday and sells bric-a-brac and antique items.