This annual event features the work of more than 100 artisans, including wooden furniture and toys, pottery, photography, jewelry, glass, knitted sweaters and throws, children’s clothing, metalware, and folk carvings. Visitors can enjoy live music and children's entertainment as well as children’s activities, a food court, and tours of the Codman Estate.
Once called "the handsomest place in America," this country estate was fashioned in the English manner and home to five generations of the Codman family. The grounds feature a hidden turn-of-the-century Italian garden with perennial beds, statuary, and a reflecting pool filled with water lilies, as well as a 1930s English cottage garden.
Free admission to Historic New England members and children under 12, $5 nonmembers.