Arts & Crafts Festivals on Florida's Historic Coast
On Florida’s Historic Coast arts & crafts go together like sunshine & happiness.
There’s more to enjoying the outdoors than swimming and surfing on our pristine beaches. If you enjoy taking in sights that include beautiful artwork and handcrafted one-of-a-kind artifacts, Florida’s Historic Coast offers lots of opportunities to treat your senses with festivals throughout the year. Here are just a few of our favorites.
Pop Up Market at Vilano Beach – Third Saturday of the Month
Head over the bridge to Airstream Row where you’ll discover tables and booths filled with crafts, foods and goods from local artisans and entrepreneurs. Vendors vary each week with goods ranging from macrame to jewelry and hyper local honey.
Outdoor Bougie Market in Uptown St. Augustine - Second Sunday of the Month
Take a walk uptown to the First Look, The Artisans Market's Outdoor Bougie Market featuring local art, trinkets, aromatherapy, and more all handcrafted by St. Augustine's local artisans. This popular market is held the second Sunday of the month.
St. Augustine Beach Pier Art & Craft Festival – February 19-20 & March 12-13, 2022
After a morning of beachcombing for shells and shark teeth, do some treasure hunting on the pier. Located just steps away from the beach, the St. Johns County Ocean Pier Park is home to this popular festival filled with some of the nation's best artists and crafters.
Old Town Art Show – April 9-10, 2022
This juried art and fine craft festival takes place in the heart of historic downtown at Francis Field. There are over 100 booths featuring the amazing works of talented artists and craftsmen from St. Augustine, as well as food stations and activities for the family.
St. Augustine Festival of Art – November 26-27, 2022
This festival at Francis Field happens just in time for some serious holiday shopping. About 150 top national and regional fine artists and craftsmen exhibit original paintings, pottery, jewelry, sculpture, woodworks, glass, and many other unique creations. While looking at the many booths filled with treasures, visitors can enjoy some live entertainment at the Gamble Rogers stage. There are prizes, a Kids Zone, food court, and beer and wine.