For the arts and craft enthusiast, there’s no better place than The Branson Craft Mall for a day-long visit crammed with shopping, conversing with the working craftsmen of the Ozarks and letting those taste buds roam wild with homemade jams, fudge and more.
The Branson Craft Mall is 16,000 feet jam packed with arts and crafts from the Ozarks. From handbags and accessories to locally canned foods, handmade leather goods, uniquely crafted pottery and more, there is nothing you won’t find here.
This craft mall not only sells the goods made by local craftsmen and women, but many of them make their products in shop so customers can watch.
Artist engraver, Les Seamster engraves jewelry and powder coated brass plates and then fills the cuts with dazzling, bright colors to create a brilliant and eye-catching piece of framed art.
Walk around dozens of different booths to watch other master craftsmen weave gorgeous rugs on the loom, hand cut and treat leather products and cut their own stain glass masterpieces.
Many of the craftsmen find it a treat to make custom orders, so if you’d like something special made for yourself or a family member, don’t hesitate to ask.
Most visitors spend and hour or two at The Branson Craft Mall so if you get hungry while you’re there stop by Pickin’ Porch Deli for lunch, conveniently located inside the mall and pick up a deliciously fresh sandwich, soup, salad or combo meal.
If you’re not ready for a full meal, you can always browse the 800 sq. feet of the store filled with Hillbilly Fruit & Nut’s amazing selection of fruits, nuts, jams, soup mixes, salsas and locally made honey.
For those with a sweet tooth, pick up a square of delectable fudge from Branson Fudge Co. or let your nose lead you through an assortment of 8 and 12 oz. bags filled with Branson Coffee Co.’s flavorful gourmet coffee and have it ground at the deli counter for free.
Even if you leave The Branson Craft Mall empty handed (which would be an incredible feat) you’ll love the unique and local experience it offers for the whole family.
The Branson Craft Mall is located at 694 State Highway 165, one mile south of the Titanic Museum on Highway 165 and just a 10 minute drive from Silver Dollar City.
Hours of operation are Monday – Sunday 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.
If you’re interesting in becoming a vendor, visit http://bransoncraftmall.com/contact-us/ for more information.