Kunsthandwerkermarkt

Darmstadt Arts & Crafts Market

If you are looking for an unusual piece for your home, an original gift or a special piece of jewellery, the traditional Darmstadt arts and crafts market is just the place for you.

 

On the third weekend in August, almost 90 artisans will once again present all kinds of works made of wood, glass and ceramics, metal, precious stones, fabric and leather. This year, for the first time, the market will be held on Friedensplatz. Between the Hessisches Landesmuseum and the city centre, there is plenty of space for the stalls and workshops and the exhibitors.

Date: 20 and 21 August 2022

This year:
Saturday 20. and Sunday 21. August

 

Venue: Friedensplatz, 64283 Darmstadt, Germany

 

Opening hours of the stands:
Saturday: 10 am to 7 pm
Sunday: 10 am to 6 pm

Information and programme

A short info about the Darmstadt Arts & Crafts Market 2022 you will find here.

Take a break from the Arts & Crafts Market

If you need a break from strolling through the arts and crafts market, the café-bistro Herzblut & Zinke in the Hessisches Landesmuseum is just the place for you. The wine bar at Herzblut & Zinke is open until 11 pm in the evening.

 

It's also just a few steps to the market square, with fine cakes at Café Bormuth, home-brewed beer at Ratskeller, great variety at Café Extrablatt, delicious Italian cuisine at Scoozi, Asian food at MoschMosch or steak & burgers at Django's Restaurant & Bar. What would you like?

Arrival

We recommend travelling by public transport to Luisenplatz or Marktplatz. Information at heagmobilo.de

 

If you are travelling by bicycle, please use the bicycle stations at the White Tower and in front of the Hessisches Landesmuseum Darmstadt on Karolinenplatz.

 

Car parks near the market: Schlossgarage, Friedensplatz and Karolinenplatz car parks.

The exhibitors of last market

Alberti-Becker, Rosi|Fashion

 

Bartel, Marion|Stoneware and clay

 

Baron, Christine and Stockinger-Schmitt Ulrike|RAKU-Ceramics

 

Birnschein, Ursula|Porcellainworks

 

Boer, Jürgen|Jewellery made of silver, gemstones and pearls

 

Brandhorst, Marie-Luise|Garden pottery made of clay

 

Breitwieser, Liane|House- and garden pottery

 

Brück, Mechthild|Puppets, hobbyhorses and doll clothes

 

Bühler, Iris and Fitting, Bernhard|Windmills and wind chimes made of stainlessteal and teak

 

Dill-Franke, Hildergard|Objects made of clay and metal

 

Dohrmann, Ursula|Ceramic, porcelain, turned utility utensils in Fayenceart

 

Eckert, Ralph|Herb decorations made of metal

 

Fey-Sharifian, Steffi|Natural soap and products for cosmetic and care

 

Fischer, Reiner|Kinetic objects amde of metal

 

Fleischer, Simone|Textile, fabrics and leather

 

Förster, Gabi|Objects made of stone

 

Fränz, Andreas|Smith works made of non-ferrous metal

 

Friedrich, Ingrid|Fashion

 

Fritz-Albers, Joachim|Jewellery made of silver, gold and copper

 

Füll, Dorothea|Clay, ceramic anmd stoneware

 

Gerlich, Regina|Glas (Deko-Objekte)

 

Gitt, Nerija|Jewellery made of natural stone

 

Gruß, Maria|Jewellery made of pearl and gemstones

 

Hamm, Anke and Haschert, Bärbel|Recycling-products

 

Haefner, Monika|Jewellery made of silver

 

Hapka, Sabine|Clothes and accessories for children

 

Hein, Gabriele|Stoneware and ceramics

 

Heine, Susanne|Leather bags and accessories

 

Hörold, Thomas|High quality pens, fountain pens and pencils made of wood

 

Holitzka, Bernd|Jewellery made of wood

 

Hönig, Uschi|Pottery made of clay

 

Jung, Linda|Scarves made of silk and wool

 

Jungmann, Petra|Decoration cakes and chocolates

 

Kaczinski, Irmgard|Hats and caps made of fabric, straw and different kinds of felt

 

Kalka, Simone|Wooden decorations and handcrafted soaps

 

Kalter, Simone|Women´s clothing made of natural materials

 

Kamender, Christine|Fashion

 

Kir, Doris|Hats, headbands and bags

 

Kling, Christel|3D-folding cards made of wood and paper

 

Knopp, Michael|Garden lights and decoration

 

Koch, Markus|Steel sculptures

 

Konrad, Peer|Decoration and jewellery made of glas and crystal

 

Köster, Petra|Jewellery with handmade glas pearls

 

Krüger, Eva and Uwe|Jewellery with handmade glas pearls

 

Lehner, Michaela|Furniture and objects from historic timber beams

 

Leuteritz, Renate|Objects and jewelery made of natural stone

 

Leichauer, Engelbert|Sculptures and pictures made from metal

 

Lipowsky-Shayan, Barbara|Jewellery made of gold, silver and gemstones

 

Marini, Kirsten|Wool capes, skirts and ponchos

 

Migos, Rosi|handmade leather belts

 

Münkemüller, Daniela|Gifts for kids made of cloth

 

Müller, Angelika|Recycling-jewellery made of silver

 

Neeb, Claudia|Stoneware and pottery

 

Neuenschwander, Petra and Res|Music instruments

 

Reibold, Kerstin|Garden accessories

 

Rasmussen, Kristin|Hand-made mini-paintings

 

Renz, Hanna|Leatherware

 
|Stoneware  

Rinke, Karola|decorative items made from artificial grass

 

Rosenboom, Nicole|Knitted fasion and accessories

 

Sabeh, Petra|Jewellery made of silver, gold and gemstones

 

Scherer, Werner|Objects made of wood ans metal

 

Schlegelmilch, Frauke|Ceramic

 

Schler, Gabriela|Soap

 

Schlinkert, Barbara|Paintings and etchings

 

Schmidt, Sebastian|"Stone books"

 

Schrade, Rainer|Jewellery made of glas

 

Schuster, Susanne|Puppets and animals made of cloth and wool

 

Schweitzer, Roland|Watercolour and acrylic paintings

 

Schweller, Lin|Objects, Pictures and jewellery made of small electronic components

 

Siegeroth, Adelheid|Stationery

 

Sprich-Klein, Anna|Etchings, miniatures and jewelery made of copper

 

Uhl, Wolfgang|Jewellery made of silver and natural stone

 

Wagner, Uschi|Objects are made of glas

 

Weißhaar, Bettina|Hats, caps and accessories

 

Wilzbach, Lena|Textiles for everyday life: toiletry bags, bags, etc.

 

Weiterschan, Thomas|Sculptures made of wood

 

Some impressions of the market in the past years