Hot springs, Roman baths and Georgian Architecture – Bath is arguable Britain’s most unique and beautiful city. A World Heritage Site since 1987, the city is home to the Jane Austen museum, the famous Royal Crescent terraces, and the SouthGate centre – a series of shopping vistas and enclaves.
Comprised of Georgian streets and a piazza setting, SouthGate is a more picturesque shopping centre than most big-brand malls can boast. With 50 retail units spread across 37,000sqm, the centre houses names like Topshop, Currys, Apple and River Island. There’s also Little SouthGate, an indoor centre for smaller, independent labels, plus 5,800sqm of restaurant and leisure space.
This is a diverse and charming series of walkways to meander, shop and enjoy. With over 22 million visitors each year, the SouthGate centre is a great blend of high street shops and pretty Georgian architecture. The complex also features 99 residential properties, anchoring a local community.View all SouthGate Bath spaces
I'm visiting for the weekend and there's loads more shops here than I realised. It's got one of everything!
Chloe, Clinical Programmer
There's a relaxed atmosphere here at SouthGate. Even though it's busy it doesn't feel frantic.
I like this area, it's good for having a wander and finding new shops.
Lizzie, HR Assistant