The Best Asheville Shopping
E.W. Grove pioneered the Grove Arcade in the early 1920’s. His idea was to make it a colorful, vibrant mall where there were a variety of shops and office spaces.
Nearly a century later, the Grove Arcade is as beautiful as ever, with its archaic architecture and multitude of state-of-the-art shops that sell things like fine art, handcrafted hats, fine jewelry, unique handmade instruments and clothing, furniture made of natural materials, crystals, and more.
The types of treats you can find at the Makers Market ranges from recycled wallets, homemade decor like terrariums and professional framed photographs, teas, hand-hammered necklaces and woven earrings, hot sauce, comical greeting cards and books, beautiful art, hand-made lotions, potions, salves and more.
Some of our Makers Market vendors have been vending for over ten years and some have been vending for a few months; but they all have one thing in common – the colorful, quirky passion of Asheville.
Be sure to stop by the Makers Market at the Grove Arcade anyday between 10am-9pm and see the local goodies Asheville has to offer!