Gatlinburg Event Boasts Largest Number of Independent Artisans in North America
To showcase the arts and crafts heritage of the Great Smoky Mountains, local independent artisans have held the Great Smoky Easter Arts and Crafts Show for many years. There are normally more than 100 artisans and crafters on hand to provide demonstrations and set up booths to sell handcrafted gifts and products. Does this sound like something you might enjoy? Learn more about the Great Smoky Easter Arts and Crafts show and how this Gatlinburg event boasts the largest number of independent artisans in North America:
What Can I Expect at the Great Smoky Easter Arts and Crafts Show?
During this special Gatlinburg event, local artisans put their work on display for all visitors to see! You’ll be able to find unique, handcrafted gifts and products. If you see something you like, you can purchase it to take back home with you. You’ll not only be adding an amazing work of art to your home, but also supporting local artists. The Great Smoky Easter Arts and Crafts show also includes demonstrations so you can watch the artisans work! Featuring one-of-a-kind pieces and finished goods, the show will also include homemade treats for guests to sample and purchase while browsing the art booths. There will also be antique and vintage items available for purchase at the event.
When and Where is the Great Smoky Easter Arts and Crafts Show?
The Great Smoky Easter Arts and Crafts Show takes place in April every year. Show hours are 10:00am to 5:00pm daily. This Gatlinburg event will be held at the Gatlinburg Convention Center. Admission is free but be sure to bring some money along with you in case you want to purchase any of the gifts!
About the Great Smoky Arts and Crafts Community
The Great Smoky Easter Arts and Crafts Show is only a preview of all you can see while in the Great Smoky Arts and Crafts Community. The historic 8 mile loop is only 3 miles from downtown Gatlinburg, where artisans have made some of the most exquisite collectibles and pieces since 1937. The community includes photographers, basket weavers, quilters, pottery makers, silversmiths and painters. Also in the community are cafes, restaurants, candy shops, and an old-fashioned soda shop. As one of the best places in the region to learn about the history of the mountains and the people of the area, the Arts and Crafts community is perfect for families who want to take a trip back in time while having fun.
Where to Stay
Ready to plan your next trip to the Great Smoky Mountains? Stony Brook Lodging welcomes all vacationing families to stay in one of our comfortable and convenient Gatlinburg cabins. Located just minutes from downtown, our vacation rentals can become your next home away from home. With fully-furnished kitchens and open floor plans, your family can completely relax looking out on spectacular mountain views.
Interested in attending this Gatlinburg event and supporting the largest number of independent artisans in North America? Take a look at all our cabins and plan your trip to enjoy the Great Smoky Easter Arts & Craft Show.