Muskoka Arts & Crafts Summer Show

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62nd Annual Muskoka Arts & Crafts Summer Show

Take in the Festival this Summer in Bracebridge 

As summer approaches, festival enthusiasts eagerly look forward to the annual Muskoka Arts & Crafts’ Summer Show. The show is now in its 62nd year and has become a staple of the Muskoka summer. This outdoor craft show is one of the oldest and largest in the province, attracting an anticipated 10,000+ visitors over the 3-day event. 

Check out the full list of 180 vendors, entertainment and map of the event. Click here to learn more. 


Festival Details:

The festival takes place at Annie Williams Park (50 Santa’s Village Rd) in Bracebridge with FREE parking on site. 

The show features over 180 artisans from pottery, textiles, wood carvings, paintings, jewelry and more.

Throughout the festival, enjoy more than art with live music on-going along with food and drinks. Take in a local craft beer from Muskoka Brewery and the live music of artists like Angie Nussey, Liam Kearney, Todd Blair and more. 


Tickets for the event can be purchased via the app, in advance for festival. The first 1,000 tickets purchased are entered in a draw to win a $100 gift certificate to a local Muskoka restaurant. Tickets are only $8 each.  

When Does the Festival Take Place:

  • Friday, July 19: 10am – 6pm
  • Saturday, July 20: 10am – 6pm
  • Sunday, July 21: 10am – 4pm


The highlight of the show is the hand-crafted art, which is created in-studio by some of Canada’s most talented artists. The 3-day event brings together the best of the best.

Despite its name, this show is not just for art enthusiasts. If you enjoy shopping and discovering unique finds, mark your calendars for this must-attend event.

Stay and Play in Bracebridge

Kick back and stay awhile! While you’re here, enjoy a tasty meal on a patio, a hike on the epic trails or maybe just relaxing in a Muskoka chair by the lake. Click below for more incredible things to see and do in the region!