About the Fair

The War Eagle Fair is an annual craft fair held on the west bank of the War Eagle River in Northwest Arkansas.  Since its beginning in 1954, the War Eagle Fair has been devoted to keeping traditional handmade, high-quality arts and crafts alive.  The Fair has grown from a small event held in the living rooms of local homes and attended by about 2300 people into a nationally ranked and recognized craft fair attended by over 100,000 people from around the world each fall.

The War Eagle Fair features approximately 250 booths full of juried arts and crafts.  Exhibitors come from across the United States to sell their items for four days each October.  All items are exhibited by their creators.  One can find everything from pottery, quilts and books to woodcarvings, jewelry, and stained glass.  There is sure to be something for everyone in our four tents and permanent exhibit building. 

Admission is free.  Parking is $3 per vehicle.  A free package check stand is also provided for your convenience.  Please leave pets other than service animals at home.


  1. How can I find the exhibitor that sells quilt cabinets?

  2. Quilt Display Cabinets - My cousins have them and say they got them at War Eagle, Arkansas?? I want 3.


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