A few different stalls, independent traders, worth a look and pick up refreshment too. Old Style, old School, old ways, but some lovely pieces and interesting artefacts.
The size of the Bath City Hall market is also quite appropriate. The City Hall has some interesting landscapes. When you come here to visit and play, you can also see a lot of unique and new customers in the City Hall market.
The Town Hall Square in Bath should be regarded as the most lively place in the entire old town. It is close to the main street and all kinds of fast-moving brands gather nearby. The strong Christmas atmosphere in December made it even set up here. In addition to the large-scale market area, with the majestic church and the ancient Roman-style bathing pool next to it, the quaint architecture still brings a different visual impact.
Like the ancient city of Bath, it is straightforward to visit! You have to live in Bath to feel the beauty of each place!
The Old City Hall of Bath is a very typical Victorian building. The exterior wall of the building is carved with some mythological characters in relief, which is very beautiful. Now this is a market, but it was closed when I went there and I couldn't go in and have a look, but the building itself is also a good photo material, it is worth visiting.
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Roman Baths,Royal Crescent,Bath Abbey,The Circus,Pulteney Bridge
Messiah_Dillon: Here are some hotels near Bath Guildhall Market: DoubleTree by Hilton Bath,Parade Park Bath,Macdonald Bath Spa Hotel,Francis Hotel Bath - MGallery,Saco Bath - St James's Parade