Bath, Somerset Market
Free entry  /  8 – 4pm  /  Trade and public 

Early bird trade welcome!



Sunday26th FebruaryGeneral MarketSunday7th January General Market
Sunday5th March#STYLEUPBATH event with Bath Decorative FairSunday28th January General Market
Sunday26th MarchGeneral MarketSunday4th FebruaryGeneral Market
Sunday2nd AprilGeneral MarketSunday25th FebruaryGeneral Market
Sunday30th AprilGeneral MarketSunday25th MarchGeneral Market (clocks change)
Sunday7th MayGeneral MarketSunday29th AprilGeneral Market
Sunday28th MayGeneral MarketSunday6th May General Market
Sunday4th JuneGeneral MarketSunday27th May General Market
Sunday25th JuneGeneral MarketSunday3rd JuneGeneral Market
Sunday2nd JulyGeneral MarketSunday24th June General Market
Sunday30th JulyGeneral MarketSunday1st JulyGeneral Market
Sunday6th AugustGeneral MarketSunday29th JulyGeneral Market
Sunday27th AugustGeneral MarketSunday5th August General Market
Sunday3rd SeptemberGeneral MarketSunday26th August General Market
Sunday24th SeptemberGeneral MarketSunday2nd September General Market
Sunday1st OctoberGeneral MarketSunday30th September General Market
Sunday29th OctoberGeneral Market (clocks change)Sunday7th October General Market
Sunday5th NovemberGeneral MarketSunday28th October General Market (clocks change)
Christmas MarketsSunday4th November General Market
Sunday26th NovemberChristmas MarketChristmas Markets
Sunday3rd DecemberChristmas MarketSunday25th November Christmas Market
Sunday2nd December Christmas Market

“Having just moved into a new apartment, I have found some great things at the market from pictures to furniture and things for the kitchen, stuff with character that you can’t find in the normal shops. Looking forward to the next one. A great event, well done.”

Harry O’Brien - Public

“The markets have helped us bring our framing business to a wider audience that is clearly looking for services like ours. The framing immediately attracted punters, and the orders have continued to grow.”

Robert Eagle Fine Art - Dealer

It is so exciting to see a vibrant vintage and antiques market going from strength to strength in both Bath and London, with so many interesting traders coming from across the UK – congratulations! 

Gail McLeod, Antiques, News & Fairs

My earliest memories of shopping for vintage and antiques are in Bath as a small girl, with my mother as my guide – I’d often spend my pocket money on flea-market finds. Bath was a vibrant destination for such shopping back then and BathVA has really brought that spirit back to the city. Today’s markets at Green Park Station are a buyers paradise.

Alice Roberton, Interiors Journalist and Stylist