Market and event space in Bath
Green Park Station in Bath is a popular events space hosting a selection of famous markets and an assortment of offices.
Originally Queen Square Station, Green Park Station was built in the 1860s and was used as a working station until the 1960s. Eventually services were wound down, and the last ever train from Bristol pulled in on the 7th March 1966. Left alone for 20 years, the station was finally given a facelift in the ‘80s and turned into a vibrant market space for the people of Bath.
Many events and business ventures take place here, along with regular markets and a few office spaces filled with innovative and progressive local organisations.
The colourful market space is home to a whole host of hand-picked traders and stalls, along with cafes and restaurants, making Green Park Station one of Bath’s most interesting and varied shopping experiences. The market supports local and independent businesses, and is arguably the most popular market in the South West.
Inside are a few permanent shops, such as Green Park Bike Station and Beyond the Kale. You can see a full list of shops on their website.
The markets come in all different shapes and sizes, with 4 different regular ones taking place each week, with an alternating one on Sundays.
Weekday markets are typically small and feature on the walkway only. A small collection of stalls selling organic groceries, fresh meat & dairy, clothing, flowers, street food, furniture and art. Best on Thursdays and Fridays.
Saturday Markets include the Bath Farmers Market and the GPS Saturday Market, which run alongside each other every Saturday from 9am.
Bath Vintage and Antiques Market is open every first and last Sunday of the month, while the middle Sundays are hosted by Bath Artisan Market. Check the website calendar for more details.