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Branson Mill Craft Village

Posted by on January 23, 2013

Branson Mill Craft Village

When you visit Branson Mill Craft Village you will find specialty retail shopping and the largest working craft mall in the Ozarks all in climate controlled comfort with no admission charge.

The Village includes a 40,000 square foot working Craft Village where demonstrating craftsmen make flame-painted copper, mosaic art, exotic wood turned pens and utensils, leather carvings, wood carvings, hand thrown pottery, sculptures, pen and ink drawings, custom embroidery, loom-woven scarves and table wear,  hand made musical instruments, and more. You will also find showrooms of home furnishings, accessories, and crafts with many one-of-a-kind items.

When you’re ready to take a break from browsing, visit the food court for lunch, dinner, or a tasty snack. Big Jim’s Sandwich Shop and Deli features made-fresh sandwiches, hot dogs, and ice cream. Or pick up gourmet beverages, candies, trail mixes, and specialty mixes at Ozark Mountain Coffee.

ArtFolk Pickin Porch at Branson Mill Craft Village

ArtFolk Pickin Porch

Enjoy music from the “Pickin’ Porch” where local musicians and entertainers perform at no charge inside the Craft Village. You may even hear music played on a handmade dulcimer, guitar or fiddle from ArtFolk luthiers. The Pickin’ Porch is next door to the food court so you may enjoy the music while you dine.

A wide selection of camping gear and outdoor equipment is available from Coleman’s Factory Outlet, or shop quality leather goods at the Leather Trading Company on either side of the Craft Village. Next door is Tequila’s 2 Bar and Grill, a full service Mexican restaurant.

Visit the Branson Mill Craft Village website for information on crafters and artisans currently at the Village. Open seven days a week on Gretna Road in Branson.

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