Over 170 wooden chalets
In the heart of the city’s main shopping area, over 170 traditional wooden chalets adorn the streets; each one offering unique, handmade and unusual gifts, decorations and food. Bath Christmas Market isn’t like any other Christmas market in the country; it has a distinctively British feel with much of the produce being made in the local area and South West.
Many different products are available, including Christmas decorations, clothing, accessories, jewellery, homeware, garden goods, children’s wear and so much more! Many stalls offer personalised gifts including pictures, clocks and pillow cases! There is something to suit every taste and every budget with one-off gifts you won’t find anywhere else.
Pop up Businesses
Each year, Bath Christmas Market has a selection of pop-up stalls that are present on Bath Street for a limited time only. These micro-businesses and craftspeople are given short-term lets as an introduction to trading at this high-profile event. It is a great reason for you to visit the market again and again, to see which up pop-up businesses are open that week.
The Bath Christmas Market also offers a range of excellent food, perfect for warming you up on a crisp winter’s day. The memorable atmosphere, created by the hustle and bustle of the market infused by aromas of festive, warming food, is bound to get you in the Christmas spirit.
For suggestions of where to eat in Bath beyond the Christmas market, visit our eating and drinking page.
Bath Christmas Market is proud to support local charities and causes. Every day throughout the market, a different local charity takes a chalet. This offers a fantastic opportunity to raise the charity’s profile and build awareness, not to mention the opportunity to raise valuable funds.
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