Vintage Vauxhall and Antiques Markets at The Workshop, Film created by TheFilmMenu.com

Vintage & Antiques Markets

Free entry. Undercover. Large Markets. Trade/Public.
Great quality dealers, great prices and ‘Early Bird’ trade welcome!

On offer; Decorative Antiques, Collectables, Mid-Century, Vintage, Retro,
Furniture, Fashion, Jewellery, Silver, Art, Prints, Sculpture, Curiosities, Gardenalia, Homewares, Kitchenalia, Salvage, Vinyl, Brocante, Homewares, Textiles, Lighting, Interiors, Upcycling, Designers, Craft, Makers, Upholstery, Framing, Carpentry…

Green Park Station, Bath  //   Monthly Market

First & Last Sunday of every month, 8am – 4pm
The venue. Located in central Bath the historic Green Park Station, a beautiful, listed Victorian building with its stunning vaulted curved glass roof.

Food wise we have cafe’s serving all day breakfast, the BathPizza Co, Beyond the Kale Juice Bar, Wolf Wine and the Thai Noodle Hut.

Address Green Park Station, Green Park Road, Bath, BA1 1JB

The Workshop, Vauxhall, London  // Monthly Market 

2nd Sunday of the month (starting again Sunday 10th Sept)
10am – 4pm

The venue The Workshop the former London Fire Brigade head quarters in Vauxhall, central London.

Address The Workshop. 26 Lambeth High Street, London, SE1 7AG

BBC filming at the BathVA

Green Park Station, Green Park Road, Bath, BA1 1JB

The Workshop, 26 Lambeth High Street, London, SE1 7AG

The Workshop, 1 Whitgift Street, London, SE11 6AT

Market News

The styling at Bath Vintage & Antiques Market is second to none, which makes for rather pleasing browsing and buying” 

Homes & Antiques


“Great market in a unique location. Very impressed with the footfall and lots of positive feedback from the locals that a market like this was well over due in London. We are committed to the market.”

Brocant - Dealers

I have been with the market since day one and see it’s reputation grow from strength to strength, this is down to the high standard of traders and the quality of their stock. The one thing I always hear from both traders and the public is that there is always a lovely atmosphere.

John Hugo

Market Manager