Start: Friday, September 25, 2020 10:00AM
End: Sunday, September 27, 2020 5:00PM
Come join your friends at one of the top judged festivals in America, 45th Annual Mountain Heritage Arts and Crafts Festival on September 25-27th, 2020, from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. each day, at Jefferson County WV Fairgrounds, in the heart of the county. We have something for everyone to see and do at our festival.
Approximately 200 quality juried artists and craftsperson’s from 17 states will be demonstrating their wonderful created work at the festival. There will be activities for the children such as: a Kidz Korner where children can make a craft, listen to the children's band, face painting and scavenger hunt.
For those that enjoy bluegrass music we have several great bands. They will be performing on Saturday and Sunday. Covered Grandstand seating as well as grass seating available. For more information on the bands and to get the schedule, visit our website at www.MHACFestival.org. Taste wines from the areas foremost West Virginia wineries and WV craft beers. Patrons must be 21 years of age or older to taste/purchase beer & wine, so be prepared to show valid identification.
Watch for the Mountain Heritage Arts and Crafts Festival signs and follow them to Jefferson County WV Fairgrounds in the heart of Jefferson County near Harpers Ferry and Charles Town/Ranson. General Admission (ages 13+) is $7 at the gate or $5 in advance (online purchase only). Parking, arts/crafts demonstrations, wine tasting, live bluegrass music, and children's crafts, with face painting are included in the price of admission; so, bring the entire family!
We politely remind you that pets and all outside alcoholic beverages must be left at home. For further information, please call (304) 725-2055. For advanced/reduced tickets visit our website www.MHACFestival.org
Quality arts and crafts, finest West Virginia wines; live bluegrass music; activities for children; and outstanding food, all in the spacious indoor and outdoor beauty of Wild and Wonderful West Virginia approximately one-hour northwest of Washington, DC. There is no better way to spend a September weekend!