Guide to Finding Kingsmead Street Food Square
This Christmas, Kingsmead Square is the place to be in Bath for live music, DJs, winter bevs and outrageously good street food. You can find us nestled in amongst some of the city’s top attractions and right in the thick of the festivities. Here’s our guides on how get here.
ARRIVING BY BUS
The central bus station is a short walk from Kingsmead Square (650-metres to be precise) but there are several stops that will bring you to right up to the bumper of Kingsmead Street Food Square. The nearest stops to us are Avon St, Westgate St, James Street West and St. James’ Parade – cheers, Drive!
For more info on routes, times and prices, head over to the Travel West and plan your journey.
Arriving by parking and ride
If you’re driving from out of town, the Park & Ride service is a great way to swerve the inner-city traffic. The nearest stop to Kingsmead Street Food Square is Westgate St (Service 21) which connects to Newbridge on the west side of the Bath — Bristolians, that’s the one for you.
There are two other routes supplying hassle-free and inexpensive access to the centre of Bath and you can find more information online right here.
ARRIVING BY TRAIN
The Bath Spa station is a great Victorian gateway into the city and a 5-minute walk from Kingsmead Square. Trains run frequently and into the night so there’s plenty of time work your way around Bath.
Checkout Trainline for times and fares.
ARRIVING BY Car
If you’re thinking of arriving by car, you won’t be the only one. There are several carparks (check the map above) in Bath but space is short during the Christmas rush. To avoid traffic derailing your day, we would recommend aiming for the alternatives to driving wherever possible.
Festive jams not traffic jams! Hear, here!
ARRIVING BY BIKE
Two-wheeled travelers, bike-life in Bath is breezy. You’ll find Kingsmead Square a few minutes from Sustrans’ prized Bristol to Bath cycle path and there are plenty of bikes racks around to secure up your trusty steed. Plus you get double smug points when you arrive anywhere on a bicycle.
For paths, rides, and routes, check out the council’s website, here: https://www.bathnes.gov.uk/services/sport-leisure-and-parks/cycling/cycle-routes