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.