Green Park Station

Bath
  • Aerial view of Green Park Station, Bath
  • Entrance to Green Park Station, Bath
  • Farmers Market at Green Park Station, Bath
  • Green Park Station, Bath
  • Shoppers at Green Park Station, Bath

Green Park Station is home to some of the most popular monthly markets in the South West and an array of independent shops, cafes and restaurants. Set in a beautiful Victorian building with a stunning vaulted roof and a rich history, this central spot is just a ten-minute walk from Bath Spa train and bus stations. Green Park markets support small local businesses by hand-picking a creative collection of traders, making it easy to enjoy a one-of-a-kind shopping experience. With established attractions such as the Bath Farmers’ Market, the first of its kind in the UK, there’s no better way to stock up on the best fresh local produce grown within 40 miles of Bath.

Other regular markets showcase a variety of goods all with a local story, from handcrafted gifts and artisan wares, to vintage fashion and hot street food. Green Park also hosts a spectacular annual programme of specialist events in collaboration with Bath Folk Festival, Bath Fringe Festival, Party in the City, Bath in Fashion and more, free to the public and all under one roof.

For more information please visit our dedicated Green Park Station website: www.greenparkstation.co.uk.

Green Park Station, Green Park Road, Bath, BA11JB

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  • Kaloko Trust is a Brighton-based charity working to relieve poverty and improve livelihoods in rural communities in Zambia, southern Africa.

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  • An award-winning environmental campaign group, taking action on a range of local, national and international issues. 

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