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1. ArtFolk Music & Wood
ArtFolk is the folk music headquarters in Branson, Missouri. We manufacture 10 different acoustic string instruments. Our retail/factory shops are located in three different locations in Branson. In each location customers may watch luthiers while they create and assemble quality instruments. Our shops all have Pickin' Porches which frequently host guest artists from the Branson shows.

2. Branson Craft Mall Home
Various crafts exhibited in our spacious mall.

3. Branson Mill Craft Village
The Branson Mill Craft Village is a working craft village with 40,000 square feet devoted to craftsmen demonstrating their skills in glass blowing, leather carving, china painting, oil painting, stained glass, wood carving, silversmith, scrimshaw, pottery, copper colorist, etched glass, custom framing, custom sign making and much much more. In addition to these fine artists demonstrating their skills, there are 150 showrooms of upscale home furnishings, accessories and crafts, with many one-of-a-kind items and best of all it is open to the public at no charge

4. Craft Festival
More than 150 crafters will exhibit their work during the 33rd Annual Autumn Daze Arts & Crafts Festival in Historic Downtown Branson on September 20-23, 2007. Crafters and artists from all over the Midwest will participate.

5. Silver Dollar City
60 unique craft shop. Dedicated to preserving the arts and crafts of another era, talented Silver Dollar City artists employ the tools and techniques of past generations to handcraft the heirlooms and collectibles for future generations.

6. The Engler Block
The Engler block is a one level "demonstrating" mall where arts and crafts come to life right in front of your eyes. Wood carver Steve Engler, famous for his hand-carved Santas, started the tradition by carving his pieces as his customers watched. It is now home to many of the Ozarks finest artisans who continue to keep alive the hand-crafted techniques of long ago.