Shopping In Bath
Milsom Street was the fashionable shopping street in Bath: “Do you know I saw the prettiest hat you can imagine in a shop window in Milsom Street just now,” enthuses a friend of Catherine Morland, Jane Austen's heroine in 'Northanger Abbey'. Today Milsom St. still has many smart shops & unique boutiques. The painted wooden shop fronts in Bath have not changed much over the years and adds a unique charm to your shopping trip to Bath. Below we have added a few recommended shops to visit in Bath.
Jolly's Department Store
House of Fraser
A national retailer of compact and SLR cameras, camcorders lenses and accessories. Jessops have a store located on Southgate Street – Order online and pick up in store. Brands include Nikon, Samsung, Olympus, Fujifilm, Canon and Panasonic.
Address: Unit SU54, Southgate Street, Bath BA1 1AQ
40 Stall Street, Bath BA1 1QH
An interesting shop with hundreds of unique and quirky gifts to choose from. Hawkin’s Bazaar have been operating since 1973 and are one of the UK’s leading gifts and gadget shops. They have a wonderful mix of everything from party bags to remote control cars, helicopters and more. Their shop on Stall Street really is worth a visit, you’re guaranteed to be bemused and amused at the same time.
Opening Times : Mon to Fri 9am - 6pm
Milsom Place is a fantastic mix of famous names and breakthrough brands, hot spots to eat in and cool places to enjoy a cocktail. We have stores full of new ideas and design classics alongside restaurants packed with traditional dishes and platters with a modern twist.
Milsom Street, Bath. BA1 1BZ
Nick Cudworth Gallery
Original paintings and prints by Nick Cudworth covering various subjects, specialising in landscapes of Bath and surrounding countryside.
5 London Street, Bath BA1 5BU
Gifts made from recycled materials
The White Room Gallery
Modern and contemporary art.
Jigsaw Bath ~ women's fashion
Gift Shop & Cafe
The National Trust Shop
Fishing & Country Clothes.
Interiors & Gifts.
Pulteney Bridge Flowers
Flowers & Gifts
“beautiful” in Chinese - Fashion Boutique
Old Guys Rule
20 Union Passage, Bath BA1 1RD - Tel. 01225 571 058
Everyone knows an old guys that rules! Old Guys Rule is a celebration of a new breed of guy who has incredible energy and passion for life, wisdom gained from years of experience and the time to spend doing the activities they enjoy. With a wide range of clothing and accessories Old Guys Rule provides the perfect gift to celebrate these hero's with a touch of tongue in cheek humour. The roots of the Old Guys Rule brand go back to California when local surf legend Don Craig first asked a friend to make an 'Old Guys Rule' bumper sticker to honour his 75 year old surfing dad Doug! Don set about building a brand that commemorated old guys from all walks of life reflecting their hobbies and passions through a unique range of t-shirts, clothing and accessories. Old Guys Rule can be purchased in one of our own branded stores, throughout the UK in a number of independent lifestyle clothing stores or online at oldguysruleuk.co.uk
7 Bartlett Street, Bath BA1 2QZ
Queen Street, Bath BA1 1HE
Farrow & Ball
Traditional Wallpapers & Paint
The Farrow & Ball Bath showroom showcases the entire collection of Farrow & Ball wallpapers and paint, so for the first time in the West of England, customers are able to browse and buy from the complete Farrow & Ball range of paint colours, paint finishes and wallpaper collections in hundreds of colourways. farrow-ball.com
Vita Interiors, Bath
118 Walcot Street, Bath BA1 5BG
The Vita Interiors Showroom stocks a selection of modern and reproduction, designer furniture including the famous egg chair, lounge chairs and the Eames DSW Chair. Pop into their showroom on 118 Walcot Street, Bath. Vita Interiors, Bath
146 Walcot Street, Bath BA1 5BL
Come to our creative workshops & parties: Take home new skills and something handmade! themakeryonline.co.uk
The Makery Emporium
16 Northumberland Place, Bath BA1 5AR
Independent shop, unique, original and interesting.
SouthGate Bath is a modern shopping destination, with classic Georgian-style open streets and public spaces. Located within the city of Bath, next to Bath Spa Railway Station and the new bus station. With over over 55 new and exciting stores, it also has a new 860 space car park.
More great shopping in Bath
Prey ~ Homewares, fashion accessories & jewellery
Paxton and Whitfield ~ Fine Cheeses for over 200 years
The Bath Sweet Shop ~ An Aladdin's cave of sweets!
Sassy & Boo ~ Fashion Boutique
Vintage To Vogue ~ Period Clothing
Richer Sounds Bath
Green Park Station
Events, market days, shops and eateries mean Green Park Station is a must see. The Saturday Market, running every week, 9am till 6pm is a great place to start. Fresh local produce including seasonal veggies, meats, cheeses and deli goods can be found in the Bath Farmers Market (8:30am – 1pm). Sitting side by side are a range of independent market traders selling a wide variety of quality products including flowers, hand crafted pottery, local art & craft works, second hand wares and more!
As well as the Market, Green Park Station plays host to retail residents Hackett’s Men’s Hairdressing, Station Antiques & Collectables, Framecraft picture framers, Green Park Stationery and Green Park Leather and Luggage.
The Green Park Brasserie can offer you a hot drink and good meals as well as evening music sessions. And if you’re looking for something on the run, why not visit the Ecopod and grab a takeaway from Green Park Express, and stop off at The Thoughtful Bread Company, our new ethical baker at the same time!
This beautiful building has been a hallmark in Bath for over 130 years, and boasts the original, vaulted iron and glass station roof and signature Bath stone façade.
To find out more about Green Park station contact our office manager on 01225 787910 greenparkstation.co.uk
Do you own a shop or boutique in the city of Bath?
We support local independent shops, boutiques & cafes, and can give your business a wider audience. If you would like to see your shop on our guide then please contact us.
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