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Bath Shopping

Shopping in Bath offers a memorable experience with a fabulous selection of small independent shops and stylish boutiques alongside the familiar big name stores. The city centre is compact and easily walkable with grand Georgian streets and small picturesque passageways to explore.

Hotels near the center of Bath
Emily Garden4 starfrom £69.50
Roban House Guest House4 starfrom £99.00
Oldfields House4 starfrom £69.00
University of Bath City Centre Campus from £123.00
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Walcot Street

In Walcot St there is a reclamation yard, reclamation shops, art galleries, prints and framing, computers, designer furniture, second hand clothes, foot ware, sports ware, bicycles, pottery, paint finishes and antiques. You will be offered the following from independent boutiques; hats, designer fridges, futons, fine cheese, mountain gear to old books, bikes and sewing machines. There is the flea market on Saturdays, where you can spend a good hour or so wandering from stall to stall bartering to get the right price. Walcot Street even its own passports on Walcot Nation Day when the whole street is given over to parades, music, food and a whole feast of other brilliant stuff.

 

Guild Hall

The Guild Hall is an indoor market wander around and you will find some interesting stalls. The market is housed in a beautiful building. The market has been established since 1284. For fresh produce the Guild Hall is recommended as it has a market selling speciality teas, wild boar pate, fresh fruit and Veg. Along with craft stalls, leather goods, books and pet stalls. The stalls range from the cheap to the expensive depending on what is purchased i.e. speciality foods may be more expensive but some of the crafts are on the cheaper side.

 

The Podium

Built of natural limestone in a style reflecting the city's Georgian architecture, The Podium in Bath offers a wide range of shopping and restaurant facilities and is a focal point for local and visiting public.