Bath Christmas Market

05 December 2011

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Bath Christmas Market 2007. Copyright © Bath TourismBath Christmas Market 2007. Copyright © Bath Tourism

Set in a stunning, easy to reach location in the heart of Bath, and nestled between the World renowned Romans Baths and the impressive Bath Abbey, the traditional wooden and festively dressed market chalets offer shoppers a truly festive experience selling everything you could possibly need for the upcoming celebrations with plentiful gift ideas.  Stock up on festive foods and soak up the atmosphere with a taste of mulled wine and roasted nuts while enjoying choirs, musicians and entertainers – real Christmas shopping at its very best.

Gift hunting
Gift hunting is easy at Bath Christmas Market (24th November – 11th December), with such a wealth of ideas of choose from.  With over 130 chalets, the market offers a choice beyond comparison, and with stalls selling toys, children’s and adult clothing, jewellery, crafts, food and home wares, you are certain to find the perfect gift for even the most difficult people to buy for.  For a complete list of stalls see 


Great taste
Complement your shopping with a taste of festive fayre. Dotted around the market you’ll find a number of stalls offering treats that are hard to resist such as mulled cider, local gourmet burgers and warming broths and soups.  If you’re searching for food and drink gifts, you’ll find all sorts at Bath Christmas Market, whether it’s oils and sauces, chocolate, spicy punch, chutney, wine, sweets or cider you’re after.

Festive Atmosphere
As well as chalets full of Christmas goodies to browse, Bath Christmas Market has a full programme of entertainment throughout the event with choirs and musicians performing festive repertoires.  There is always plenty of entertainment for families too with festive characters like the popular Ice Queen on stilts and a Victorian carousel for little ones.

Further information

For further information including opening times and how to reach Bath Christmas Market see the official website .


Post by Lucy Ryder, Bath Tourism.

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