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Mississippi Crafts Center, Ridgeland

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4.2/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web
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  • Beautiful, high quality crafts. We spent quite a while here and bought some things. The staff took us out to the pottery studio and meet the potter working there. Everyone was very friendly and welcom...  read more »
  • This modernistic building sells arts and crafts articles made by Mississippi craftsmen. The quality of the work is excellent and they are pleasantly displayed. This is not a cheap tourist shop. The it...  read more »
  • This craft center was a nice stop on our drive down the Natchez Trace Parkway. It was a Sunday, so a lot of the artists weren't there, but it is set up in such a way that artists can be there working ...  read more »
  • Beautiful place inside with guild members' one-of-a-kind fine craft artworks. It is the only place you can find the Chimneyville Festival all year round in the Gallery! Every time I return to take a class from one of the guild members or shop here, something is new and inviting... Love this place!
  • The Mississippi Crafts Center is a very cool stop to check out their crafts made by Mississippi's very own artisans. Their shop features one of a kind pieces you literally won't find anywhere else. If you're a musical craftsman, consider joining the Mississippi Craftsman's Guild!
  • I found it a bit pretentious and overpriced for some of it. Some stuff is really good and some is just junk.
  • Unwelcoming. Unfriendly.
  • The MS Craft Center is home to the Craftsmen's Guild of MS, where you will find hundreds of hand crafted Fine Craft items. Their Guild is made up of over 400 members from 19 states. They have had visitors from all 50 states and 32 countries. Their new building was opened in 2007 and boasts of grand, modern architecture. Admission is free! Open 7 days a week from 9 to 5 with the exception of Christmas day, New Years Day, Thanksgiving Day and Easter.
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