Published: February 11, 2022Updated: December 6, 2023
For those with smaller budgets or less land, there’s one can’t-miss stop at the National Farm Machinery Show: The Gift and Craft Market. Located in the South Wing Mezzanine, the market is for shoppers of all ages, interests and budgets. Dozens of booths offer toys, fashion, food, art, books and more. The Sweet Shoppe out of Hodgenville Kentucky is always a must-visit for anyone with a sweet tooth. From peanut butter to Kentucky Bourbon flavored fudge, their award-winning sweets offer both traditional and unique options. They’ve been vending at the show for fifteen years. During that time they’ve been able to expand their following, gaining fans across the country. The Gift and Craft Market has helped their business grow, leading them to launch an online Etsy store to help visitors get their fudge-fix year round. From toy tractors to snacks, the Gift and Craft Market offers something for everyone.
Moores Farm Toys
Wisconsin Cheese and Sausage Co.
Smart Art Inc.
Usborne Books and More
The Gift and Craft Market is open Feb. 16-19 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission to the market – and the National Farm Machinery Show – is free to the public.