What Festivals and Craft Shows Are in Missouri in the Fall?

What Festivals and Craft Shows Are in Missouri in the Fall?

The Seymour Apple Festival, Silver Dollar City's National Harvest & Cowboy Festival, the Ozark Arts and Crafts Show, and the Art at the Mill Annual Fall Arts and Crafts Festival are some of the festivals and craft shows that take place in Missouri during the fall. The festival and crafts show season begins in early September and extends to December, with events at venues all over the state.

The Seymour Apple Festival is one of several apple festivals that take place in Missouri annually. Crowds of approximately 15,000 strong turn out to participate in 5K, bike-decorating and apple contests. There are raffle drawings and vendor booths. Admission is free.

Silver Dollar City's Cowboy Festival is the leading annual crafts festival in Branson, Missouri. The festival draws crafts artists from around the country and thousands of guests. The Wild West Show and the 1800s-themed park celebrate all things cowboy in a family-friendly environment.

The annual Ozark Arts and Crafts Show celebrates its 42nd year in 2015. Thousands of vendors hawk handmade wares over a three-day period in such venues as a barn, five big-top tents and a 4-H building. There are food vendors as well.

The Art At The Mill Festival brings arts-and-crafts vendors and enthusiasts together at a historical grain mill and its picturesque environs. The Dawt Mill is situated in the heart of the Ozarks, with opportunities for shopping, dining, canoeing and fishing. Adjacent cottages and inns provide overnight accommodations