The Best Handmade Markets in Texas

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Nothing is better than travel, especially if you are in Texas! We’ve got big wide open skies tons of natural scenery and lively culture. This state is so big that the markets from El Paso to Dallas can vary stylistically so significantly. And traveling from different cities in Texas can feel like driving to a different country. It varies from the mountain ranges in the west to  we are also looking forward to welcoming designers from other cities into our lovely community. To make it easier we made this list of monthly craft, art, and design fairs in Texas. Now you can catch an event easier when you are on vacation or have a free weekend to spare!

Comment below if you have a favorite market that is not listed here. All of these markets specialize in local, sustainable, handmade, art, & design goods.

Austin

Austin Flea:

Dates Change – Austin Flea is known for being casual and fun.

Market at Snack Bar:

Every Saturday – This market has a wide variety of makers and sellers.

Pop Shop Austin:

Seasonal – This is a new themed market of handmade and vintage.

Hill Country

Boerne Handmade Market:

Dates Change – Pretty, pretty market that is more of a seasonal than a monthly.

Houston

Discovery Green Flea:

Every Third Saturday of the Month – Very family and pet friendly

First Saturday Arts Market: 

Every first Saturday of the Month A great market for fine art painters and indie crafters too.

Hello Lucky Craftacular:

Every Second Saturday of the Month –  The pioneers of hip, etsy style craft boutiques.

Mini Pops at Westheimer & Dunlavy:

Every Second Sunday of the Month – Takes place in a hip shopping district with beer tastings.

Rice Village Flea: 

Every Second Saturday of the Month – This is a new market in an upscale shopping district.

Dallas

Deep Ellum Market: 

Every 3rd Saturday of the Month – Fun, casual, with food trucks.

White Rock Local Market:

Every 2nd and 4th Saturday of the Month – Lots of foodies and food based classes.

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Hi. My name is Brittany and I founded Pop Shop America in 2012. I've been a maker my whole life and have made just about everything under the sun-from clothes to terrariums and comics to fine art. I like doing a little bit of everything.

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