Fairhope Annual Arts & Crafts Festival

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Event# 251-621-8222

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Springtime is probably the most favorite season of the year and it couldn't be nicer than in Fairhope, where thousands of beautiful azaleas are in full bloom. Over 200 exhibitors from throughout the nation will bring their best works to show and sell at this prestigious juried show. Live entertainment will be going on throughout the three-day event and unique cuisine will be served up in the food court. Last year the event attracted 200,000 visitors to the area.

The festival chosen as one of the top 20 events in the southeast for March by the Alabama Bureau of Tourism and it is voted as #14 out of 100 Best Predominantly Classic & Contemporary Craft Shows in the nation by Sunshine Artist Magazine in 2008.

BRATS (Baldwin County Area Transportation System) will offer a shuttle service from Plantation Point Shopping Center and Eastern Shore Village Shopping Center and Ecor Rouge Place. All of the parking is free and the locations are less than a five-minute ride away. The shuttle ride costs only $1.

There will be so much to see and do on the Eastern Shore that folks will want to stay over. There are lots of the finest quality hotels, motels and bed & breakfast Inns located throughout the entire Eastern Shore area. For complete information on great places to stay in and around the Eastern Shore call the Eastern Shore Chamber of Commerce, or visit online.

Fairhope Annual Arts & Crafts Festival

Address : Downtown Fairhope Fairhope AL
Phone : 251-621-8222   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Free

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