Charleston, West Virginia

Capital City Art & Craft Show

category : Arts
Experience the wonder of a child at Christmas. Smell the scents of canales, gingerbread, meats and cheeses, fudge and funnelcakes, herbs and applebutter. Listen to the cheerful tinkle of windchimes, the low ticking of a grandfather clock, the ringing melody of a dulcimer. Revel in the colors, the lights, the excitement of the Capital City Art and Craft Show.

Celebrating its 39th anniversary as the state's largest indoor exhibition, the Capital City Art and Craft Show features the works of over 150 artisans from West Virginia and several other states.

These artisans often show works-in-progress and provide demonstrations of their unique skills.

Long lines are never a problem at the show's Charleston Civic Center location, so convenient to parking and three interstate highways.

Address: 200 Civic Center Drive
200 Civic Center Drive
Phone: 304-345-7469
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