What makes Silver Dollar City so unique? While the scenery, rides, food and atmosphere are all distinct, what really sets us apart are our demonstrating craftsmen. The effortless skill that these artisans display is breathtaking and worth the price of admission alone. Where else can you watch a woodworker carve life-like wooden figures or see a glassblower create delicate works of art or a candy maker craft incredible edibles right before your eyes?
Silver Dollar City specializes in entertainment but we also love to offer educational opportunities and capture our visitors' imaginations, and our live craft demonstrations do just that. It's wonderful watching children realize that glass pitchers, cutting boards, leather goods and ceramic pots don't just come from the store - they're handcrafted from raw materials by skilled artisans.
Silver Dollar City visitors can purchase the products made in these public demonstrations in shops throughout the park. Take home a bit of the creativity and pioneering spirit that makes America (and Silver Dollar City) so wonderful.
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A self-proclaimed “ol’ plowboy” from Great Bend, Kansas, Kelly Tiede traded fields of wheat for irons in the fire when he became a blacksmith.
Silver Dollar City's master candy makers demonstrate how to make delicious candies and chocolates.
Silver Dollar City's master glass blowers transform fire, sand and water into beautiful works of art.
Silver Dollar City's craftsmen create beautiful belts, hats and more out of leather at the Mountain Leather shop.
Silver Dollar City's potters creates functional clay pots, bowls, and pie plates using their signature glazes.
Silver Dollar City's craftsmen enjoy coming up with new flavor combinations like strawberry cheesecake and salted caramel.
Learn about the craftsmen who create both practical objects and treasured heirlooms at the Wilderness Road Foundry.
Candle makers at Silver Dollar City dip into history as they demonstrate how settlers made wax candles.