Discover the magic of Bath Christmas Market
From Thursday 28th November to Sunday 15th December 2024, the picturesque streets of Bath are transformed into a magical, festive experience.
Meander through the streets of Bath adorned with over 170 twinkling chalets and discover some of the best crafters that the South West and beyond has to offer. With stylish homeware, handmade jewellery, personalised presents and more, bathe in the sights and smells of Christmas whilst ticking everything off your shopping list.
We are open from Thursday 28th November - Sunday 15th December
Monday to Wednesday: 10am to 7pm
Thursday to Saturday: 10am to 8pm
Sundays: 10am to 6pm
It wouldn't be Christmas without a festive treat. At Bath Christmas Market, pick up your favourite winter warmers to enjoy as you explore everything the market has to offer. Grab your Christmas market favourites or a comforting hot drink to keep you toasty whilst you wander around the Market.
Bath Christmas Market is proud to support local charities. In 2019, over £26,000 was raised by charities through the market's free charity chalet rentals. Make sure you pay a visit to their stalls and do what you can to show your support. We care about the local community and work hard to support as many groups as possible, from schools and colleges to choirs and dance troupes.
A Sustainable Market
Sustainability is at the heart of Bath Christmas Market. Each year we strive to be more environmentally responsible and make a positive impact on the city. This ensures that we are a leader in Event Sustainability for the Bath and North East Somerset region. All of our generators are also fossil-fuel-free, using HVO to lower our carbon emissions, bringing us closer to our goal of being carbon-neutral.
Every year, we are taking steps to reduce the amount of single-use plastic at the Market, working with contractors, stallholders and caterers to eliminate unnecessary plastic waste that has detrimental effects on our planet's ecosystems. In 2019, by adopting a single-use plastic-free policy, we were able to measure and audit the use of single-use plastics, set targets for reduction, and phase them out by finding alternatives.