September Vintage & Antiques Market at Green Park Station
The hugely popular Vintage and Antiques Market returns to Bath’s wonderful Green Park Station venue on September 30. So if you plan to stay at luxury a Bath bed and breakfast during this period, why not head over to this fantastic market for some bargain hunting?
The Green Park Station venue is perfect for this kind of market, as it offers an undercover weatherproof area where visitors can browse over 60 specialist stalls offering an array of vintage items, antiques and collectables. The market features many popular items which usually include ceramics, silverware, clocks, coins, sculpture, works of art, vintage fashion, militaria, books, plus high quality furniture and upholstery items. Continue reading
How about an evening’s entertainment which is both fun and educational with a difference? Once again, the Wiltshire Astronomical Society will be collaborating with the Griffon Educational Observatory, supported by the Bath and North East Somerset Council, in a public evening stargazing event.
If you are fortunate enough to be staying at one of the luxury hotels in Bath on June 21, why not head over to Kingston Parade adjacent to Bath Abbey for the Summer Solstice Observation evening? There you will be given the opportunity to have local astronomers show you how to use a solar telescope and view the sun safely whilst enjoying the summer solstice.
This is a completely free event, so for more details and information contact the Herschel Museum of Astronomy in Bath on 01225 446865. As with all astronomical observations, it is dependent upon suitable weather conditions.
To make sure you are well placed to take part in this special event, book into one of the luxury Bath hotels like Bailbrook Lodge, which is situated within easy reach of the city centre and local attractions.
June 24 sees the hugely popular Vintage & Antiques Market making its return to the venue at Green Park Station. So if you are staying at one of the luxury hotels in Bath during your stay in the spa city, why not head over to the fantastic Victorian indoor venue for some bargain hunting.
Bath’s Green Park Station is the ideal venue for a vintage & antiques market, where you can enjoy an indoor atmosphere that features a whole host of traders offering an extensive selection of antiques and collectables. Popular items featured at this event include high quality furniture, upholstery, up-cycled furniture, books, ceramics, silverware, militaria, clocks, coins, vintage fashion, sculpture, paintings and other works of art from a range of local artists.
Admission is free for visitors from 9.30 until 16.00. On site you will find refreshments available from various local food vendors while you are on your bargain hunt.
For further information and details on the Bath VA Market at Green Park Station call: 01225 787910 or 07723 611249.
To make sure you don’t miss out on any bargains at this special antiques and collectables event, why not book into one of the luxury Bath hotels like the Bailbrook Lodge? Where you will be in easy reach and well placed for this event and all the local attractions in the city centre.
Anyone who enjoys frequenting antique shops and fairs and is visiting the historical spa city of Bath around the end of May for a well earned city break is sure to relish the forthcoming Bath Vintage & Antiques Market on Sunday May 27.
The Bath Vintage & Antiques Market (or Bath VA) takes place at the city centre’s Green Park Station. The venue is a lovely former Victorian railway station which offers a weatherproof area for the many antique and collectables traders that will be displaying their wares for sale and for visitors to browse.
This market offers a great day out for vintage, antique and art lovers, as well as going some way to helping the revival of Bath’s reputation as a centre for antiques and collectables. On display will be a wide array of antiques, art, furniture, decorative accessories, upholstery, curiosities, ceramics, crafts, militaria, books and collectables, which are all set up on display under the 130-year-old vaulted iron and glass roof.
Admission to the Bath Vintage & Antiques Market is completely free for visitors and the opening hours are 9.30am – 4.30pm. For further details and information call: 07723 611249.
If you are currently looking for Bath Hotels for your accommodation in the spa city, why not stay at a luxury Bath bed and breakfast like Bailbrook Lodge? This is ideally situated for the Bath VA Market and offers easy access to all of Bath’s attractions.