Annual Tennessee Craft Fair is the premier fall craft event in Middle Tennessee. Shop one-of-a-kind, finely crafted artwork directly from the juried, award-winning artists. A unique feature of Tennessee Craft Fairs requires artists to be on-site. While shopping, you'll meet the artists, learn what inspires them and how they take raw materials like clay, wood, metal, and glass and transform them into fine crafts.
There were some nice things but the prices were very high. I saw very few people carrying purchases other than food.
5 12 May 2023
Garland judgeVisitor Welder/ metal artist at Cripple creek metal fab.Murfreesboro, USA
Some vendors got upset if you took pictures.
4 18 Oct 2019
Greta BarfieldVisitor Crafter at BiBi'sBestHendersonville, USA
We were so excited about the quality and number of vendors; particularly impressed with the emerging vendor tent. However, our visit was practically ruined by the number of people who brought their dogs. There were some very large dogs and there were a LOT of dogs. What made us leave was when a very large dog squatted on the sidewalk right in front of us and did his business right there on the sidewalk. Disgusting and a real turn off. We missed vendors after this experience. Why would this be an event where people would bring a dog in the first place. There are people in my family who have severe dog allergies, too. Every event is not for dogs.
3 15 Oct 2019
Michael A Vigeant Art-ful ThingsVisitor Artist/Engineer at Originals By:Nashville, USA
Too many jewelry vendors. Pottery assigned spaces pits against each other with placements. Unfair use of electrical. Not enough artists uses of spaces too far apart less internal community by each artist. Artist selections no real large masters of works lacking wow factor overall just set-up and present low road basis strange mix of media not organized well not very festive feeling plain feeling just white tents and worst of all as usual ill weather each time planned. Poor truff conditions & topography location. Need more variety of food/beverage vendors. Artists had space but stuck in a 10x10 bubble. Could of had more creativity by organizers not just take fees to participate.