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Bath. Live it. Love it. Shop it.

Bath has always been a fashionable city, and has endured as one of the UK’s most sophisticated and stylish spa cities since the 18th century.

Come and style yourself for the spring/summer season with a visit to Bath’s shopping hotspots.

Milsom Place

Milsom Place

Independent & Individual

Independent & Individual

Food & Drink Shops

Food & Drink Shops

Shops in Bath

Shops in Bath

Bath’s Wylde Treasure Hunt

Bath’s Wylde Treasure Hunt

Enjoy a fun-filled 2 hour Treasure Hunt and win a luxury stay in Bath, a Wylde Flower Diamond ®, gifts galore and more

Shopping Areas

Shopping Areas

Help plan your Bath shopping trip by discovering the city’s six key retail areas.

Buy Tickets & Packages

Buy Tickets & Packages

A Shopper's Haven

A Shopper's Haven

Blog: Best Indie Shops

Blog: Best Indie Shops

Shopping Map

Shopping Map

Bath’s shops are scattered between the elegant Georgian parades, intriguing side streets and picturesque alleyways - all within an easy walking distance of one another.

From SouthGate’s high street haven, to Walcot’s quirky artisan quarter, it’s a leisurely 20 minute stroll from one end of the city to the other. Browse Bath’s shopping areas and discover all of the fantastic retailers and where to find them. 

As well as your favourite designer brands and high street stores, Bath is proud to be home to a vast array of independent and individual shops that you won't find anywhere else. Fall in love with Nicholas Wylde’s collection of  jewellery, get lost in a labyrinth of homewares in Rossiters on Broad Street and why not delve into vintage and antique art, clothing, furniture, books and more under the glass ceiling of Green Park Station?

The oldest shopping destination in the UK is Jollys on Milsom Street which opened in 1823. It’s now home to House of Fraser and has a lovely tearoom on the ground floor.
 
Towards the end of the year the city becomes a magical place for festive shopping, with the Bath Christmas Market offering over 170 chalets, packed with handmade gifts and local produce.
 

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