Gatlinburg Craftsmen’s Fair in Gatlinburg, TN
Walking down the tree-lined street at the Gatlinburg Craftmen’s Fair of Gatlinburg, TN a quaint town nestled in the mountains is a perfect place to see an artist painting a portrait you would love to hang in your home. Take time to watch a craftsman making a pottery bowl that you would enjoy having in your home to serve your guest from. Pick out a stained glass art masterpiece to transform your own space with the rainbow prism that you see the inspired artist has created piece by piece. Listen to the sounds of country and bluegrass music filling the air as you smell the sweetness of fresh fudge, candy apples and caramel corn being made nearby. This is the experience that you can have if you visit the Gatlinburg Craftsmen’s Fair.
Unique, handmade, personalized, and one-of-a-kind arts and crafts are set up throughout 200 booths in the Gatlinburg craft fair. With artisans and craftsmen from near and far coming from all over the United States to display, demonstrate, and sell their talented pieces. The biannual event in Gatlinburg held July 20 thru 29 and October 11 thru 28 not only features arts and crafts but also offers daily entertainment for things to do in Gatlinburg with Country and Bluegrass music shows alongside the Gatlinburg craft show.
The Great Smoky Mountains has always been known for the arts and crafts that you can find and this is the largest and widest offering in one small area bringing together the most arts and crafts to experience at once. It is more than just a Gatlinburg craft show it is an experience that you will remember. The greatest treasures that you can purchase to fill your home or share with loved ones is those with a special meaning or story behind them, and being able to watch the artisan or craftsman create it with their infinite skill and talented touch brings the pieces to life with memories. Searching for things to do in Gatlinburg is easy for those that enjoy arts, crafts, and the Gatlinburg area – this is an event to plan your trip around with a summer and fall option annually July 20 thru 29 and October 11 thru 28.