Arts and Handcrafts Market

Bariloche features indoor, outdoor, and traveling spaces where local craftsmen and producers get in direct contact with tourists and residents alike to offer and exhibit their innovative creations.
Textile and knitted products, wood works, pottery, jewelry, and all kinds of crafts are offered at different locations:

Municipal Fair, Derechos de la Mujer Square

Municipal Fair, Derechos de la Mujer Square

This outdoor fair is located behind the Municipal Palace in the Civic Center. A variety of products and crafts are exhibited, made of wood, metal, wool, molding, etc.

Urquiza, between Mitre and Moreno streets
Open daily from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Municipal Craft Fair

Municipal Craft Fair

It is the oldest fair in the city, held in an indoor facility located at the intersection of Moreno and Villegas streets. There are several products for sale: knives, metal crafts, china, among others.

Moreno and Villegas streets, next to the Municipal Multipurpose Room - SCUM
Mondays through Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Fair of the Homemaker Association

Fair of the Homemaker Association

The fair is held at the same premises where the Moreno and Villegas Municipal Fair is located. This particular fair is found on Villegas street. It offers a wide array of handicrafts.

Moreno and Villegas streets
Mondays through Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

EcoSureños

EcoSureños

Outdoor fair (only in the summer)A traveling hoop house and shop on Mount Catedral (during winter season). Different points of sale offer products made by local craftsmen and small entrepreneurs. Residents and tourists alike visit the fair to see and purchase original and design handicrafts made in Bariloche.

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Centro Cívico
Mondays through Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Zuem Mapuche Craft Fair

Zuem Mapuche Craft Fair

This fair is in the same premises as the “Moreno and Villegas” Municipal Fair. You can find it on Moreno street. The fair exhibits and sells knitted products made with hand-spun and hand-dyed wool, produced by craftswomen from towns and small villages located across the Southern Line who formed the Zuem Mapuche Cooperative (whose name means “Mapuche-crafted”). The cooperative has over 20 years of operation, expressing the cultural identity of the Mapuche people through their knitted crafts.

Moreno and Villegas streets
Mondays through Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Bariloche Craftsmen Association

Bariloche Craftsmen Association

Located in the historical Vivienda González, the fair exhibits and sells products made by artisans who are members of the Bariloche Craftsmen Association.

Elflein and Morales streets
Mondays through Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.