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Here’s 5 Total Guide to Bath Reasons why you should visit Green Park Station

Green Park station, a former train station sits in the centre of the city and is alive with shoppers and traders. What’s all the fuss about? Read on….

1. The markets

Weekdays see the stations resident wooden cabins alive and kicking with brilliant Bath independent businesses. Grab organic groceries, unique wines, fresh and local meat and dairy produce, clothing, flowers and street food.

On Saturday’s the Bath Farmer’s Market sees even more seasonal and fresh produce for sale often by the growers themselves making for the perfect opportunity to find out where your food has come from! Alongside this the GPS Saturday Market means that there are even more sellers for your perusal. On the last Sunday of the month the station is the home to the Bath Vintage and Antiques Market whilst on the first Sunday of the month it’s the turn of the Bath Flea Market to take up residency showcasing stalls with curios, antiques, toys and memorabilia.

Plus on the second and third of each month Green Park Sunday, showcasing the best local businesses that Somerset has to offer!

2. The shops

Alongside the colourful shops and stalls, the station is home to a handful of wonderful and thriving independent businesses; Vegan restaurant Beyond The Kale, bike sellers and repairers Green Park Bike Station, framers FrameCraft, men’s barbers Hacketts, and book publishing service The Self-Publishing Partnership. 

Plus, taste some of the incredible cuisine that's carefully created at Green Park BrasserieBath Pizza Co and Goulash.

3. Events

The station is a wide-open space that make’s for the perfect music venue or event stage. Check the website for news on free community events, live music nights, foodie fayre’s and more.

4. The shopping experience

The management provide a home to a variety of innovative and progressive local organisations where traders are handpicked so that you get a unique and easy to use shopping experience.

5. The architecture

The station was built in 1860 and was in fact a working station until the 1960’s. This Victorian beauty is a must see for any rail enthusiast or anyone with a keen photographic eye too given the vast scale of the station’s glass roofing structure.

Green Park Station, one of Bath’s gems. What are you waiting for?

Green Park Station Bath

Green Park Station

Green Park Station in Bath is home to flourishing markets, independent shops, restaurants and cafés.

Green Park Road , Bath, Somerset, BA1 1JB

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