Artegon Marketplace takes over the space which once held Festival Bay mall. It’s anchored by Bass Pro Shops, Ron Jon Surf Shop, Sheplers Western Wear and Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill, as well as one of the world’s largest comic book stores, Gods & Monsters, but also offers 165 artisanal shops filled with unique, handcrafted goods and foods.
Recently, a man tragically fell to his death on the Artegon Sky Trail Ropes Course,
which remains closed while investigations go on update – the zipline and jump are closed, but the Skytrail itself is now open – Thanks Ken Storey!.
On our recent visit to Artegon, we were surprised and excited for what we found, a place for locals and tourists to Orlando to browse and pick up gifts that are unique and artful.
I think with time, it may be a must see destination, particularly for those lovers of art and crafts.
Not a lot of food product vendors yet, but hopefully that will change.
It reminds me of visiting an art festival but indoors, or a real live version of the online store Etsy, but in Orlando.
What did the paper airplane man do to get locked in a cage?
lol i think he was still working on the paper airplanes for his musuem, to be opened in february 2015. locked in to finish his work? like the lady in rumpelstiltskin having to sew gold from hay
In all seriousness, thanks for posting these. I’ve been meaning to go take a look around and haven’t had a chance yet.