Once you get past them, more than 100 artisans from across the country will hawk everything from jewelry and candles to teddy bears and Santa Claus dolls. It'll also be the last chance to see the museum's butterfly exhibit in its conservatory before it shuts down for the winter. But don't be surprised if the monarchs and 30 other butterfly species are a tad cranky. "Butterflies do not like it cold. They like it hot and sunny," says Spiegler. "We've jacked up the humidity to keep them happy enough to fly right up to you."
Oct. 5-8, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.