About Bath Art Fair

What’s an Art Fair?

If you’ve never visited an art fair before you’re in for a treat to the senses.
Peruse the professionally-lit stands at your leisure, chat to our artists, learn about their creative process, or just fall in love with some of the best most beautiful ORIGINAL art from all over the country.
If you decide to buy, pay the artist directly (most take cards these days but bring your cheque book just in case!) and have your new purchase wrapped at our complimentary wrapping station.
100% of the money you pay for the work goes directly to the artist. The Bath Art Fair does not take any commission.

Opening Times

Bath Pavilion, North Parade Road, Bath BA2 4EU
Friday 1st March
11am to 7pm
Saturday 2nd March
10am to 6pm


£5 on the door (children and students FREE!).
Look out for the discounted ‘two for one’ adverts in the local press or pick up a flyer from local eateries or the Bath Tourist Office.
Our onsite café and bar will be open for refreshments throughout the show.


There is a multi-storey car park next to the Bath Pavilion where you can park for 4 hours, or all day parking at any of Bath’s numerous car parks.


The Bath Pavilion has a number of steps to the entrance but there is a ramped area to the side for wheelchairs and pushchairs. One of our members of staff will be happy to assist.


Children are welcome at our event. Watch them marvel at what they could do with paint on the kitchen table, or inspire them to draw the family cat!
For the older ones (5 years plus) there’s a free fun quiz to keep them occupied and get them looking (with a small prize….).

Our Charity

This year we will be supporting thePathways to wellbeing.

Bath Holborne Musuem’s Pathway to Wellbeing project through our stand of ‘pre-loved’ art and donations from our artists.

All the funds from this stand will go straight to this amazing and worthwhile project. (see ABOUT for more information). There will also be a display from some of the artists who have benefitted from this initiative

Pathways to wellbeing