A Guide to Bath's Best Markets at Green Park Station

Markets at Green Park Station, Bath

The City of Bath has some of the best markets in the South West. We’re part of what is probably the best market in Bath, located here in Green Park Station.


A magnet for shoppers and locals alike… a great place so stop off for a snack and sample some live musical entertainment ’.  

-Welcome to Bath, 2016

Most famously known to the people of Bath for the Saturday Bath Farmers’ Market the station is now home to many artisan bread bakers, cheesemongers, fruit and veg sellers and organic juice makers. However, there are also, craft and vintage markets through the month which sees antiques traders, artists, craftsmen and jewellers gather under the station roof.

Green Park Station, in Bath houses markets throughout the week and weekends. A listed Victorian open air building, the former Bath railway station is covered by an impressive vaulted glass roof. So come rain or shine, the market brings flocks of local residents and tourist alike to peruse hand crafted gifts and food produce for what is a one-of-a-kind shopping experience.

Which markets are on at Green Park Station and when?


Bath Farmer's Market

Saturday, 09.00 - 13.30

Described as the best fresh, local food produce in Bath we find it hard to disagree! Many of the farmers and food producers here can be found on our menu.

‘A must for serious foodies and treasure hunters alike’.
- Visit Bath


Green Park Station Saturday Market

Saturday, 09.00 - 16.00

Music, art, antiques, food, jewellery and more.


Bath Vintage & Antiques Market

Some Sundays, 08.00 - 16.00

First and last Sunday of every month

Twice a month up to 60 traders gather for the Vintage and Antiques Market at Green Park Station in Bath.


Bath Artisan Market / Bath Brunch Market

Some Sundays,10.00 - 16.00

Second and third Sunday of every month.


What facilities are there at the Green Park Station markets?

  • The markets are all free to enter
  • Cash points are available at the market side of Sainsbury's
  • Free parking is available in Sainsbury's car park (90 mins)
  • Coffee, tea and breakfasts are available at Green Park Brasserie

The history of Green Park Station in Bath

Our sister business, Green Park Brasserie have put together a historical view of Green Park Station through the years. From the station's origins through to the decommissioning and regeneration of  Green Park Station as we know it today.

See the images here →