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An absolute gem ofan authentic crafts store

Driving north on I 75 in northern Tennessee, we stopped at the Appalachian Crafts Store near... read more

Reviewed 11 March 2018
Shipshewana, Indiana
Beautiful hand made crafts!

This craft store has many beautiful items hand made by talented artists. Prices are good to... read more

Reviewed 15 July 2017
Vicky M
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11 Mar 2018
“An absolute gem ofan authentic crafts store”
15 Jul 2017
“Beautiful hand made crafts!”
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2716 Andersonville Hwy, Across From Museum of Appalachia, Clinton, TN 37716-6743
+1 865-494-9854
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Reviewed 11 March 2018

Driving north on I 75 in northern Tennessee, we stopped at the Appalachian Crafts Store near Norris, TN. All items are made by persons living in the area. I was impressed with the wide variety of textiles, pottery, wood products, glass and paper. What a...More

Thank elliev476
Reviewed 15 July 2017

This craft store has many beautiful items hand made by talented artists. Prices are good to somewhat expensive. Craft center allows opportunity to take classes in pottery, rug weaving, quilting, and many more crafts. Definitely a place to visit when in the area!

Thank Vicky M
Reviewed 1 March 2017

I did enjoy my visit to the Craft Center. Very talented, gifted crafters in the area. Very interesting talent. Not the usual things you find, much better. It would be a great place to pickup something for a gift.

Thank 913terrih
Reviewed 2 July 2016

The shop at the Appalachian Arts Craft Center had a wide variety of pieces from jewelry and handmade scarves to wall quilts, pottery, photography and stained glass. Most of their prices reflect the fact that these items are handmade, but they have items that fit...More

Thank Colleen F
Reviewed 26 April 2016

The Appalachian Craft Center offers over 25 local artist's unique creations. Pottery, paintings, photography, woven rugs, quilts, glass items, jewelry, baskets, stained glass, textiles, woodworking and more is offered by talented local artists. This is a juried shop and all items are designed and created...More

Thank pop180
Reviewed 5 January 2016

Excellent variety of craftsmanship - pottery, textiles, glass and more! Great place to explore and shop local artists' offerings at reasonable prices. Hard to walk out without multiple purchases!

1  Thank Jean W
Reviewed 3 October 2015

Traveling alone. I needed to stretch my legs and wake up from the drive. What a great find! Friendly staff (most or all volunteer). I found items with prices that I found were very reasonable considering the work involved. A great variety of items. Clean...More

Thank DK B
Reviewed 18 September 2015 via mobile

what a treasure!! Local juried crafts and classes, very reasonable prices. Beautiful pottery, quilts, woodcarving , photography, stained glass., jewelry.

Thank trekkerdw
Reviewed 13 September 2015

This is a good place to look for those one of a kind items for yourself or gifts. The items are very unique and of nice quality. The prices are reasonable for handmade items.

Thank Renee T
Reviewed 6 December 2014

All products for sale are made by local crafters and the variety surpasses even the most robust craft fair. The Appalachian Arts Craft Center "promotes the Appalachian artist through education and sales". They offer classes in quilting, weaving, and pottery with on-sight workshops

2  Thank Lisa D
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