Beth & Doug Brown      Potters Brown        903-852-6473          8287 FM  279      Edom, Tx.  75754

Please visit our town for the annual Edom Festival of the Arts, the third full weekend of October . A festival started in 1971, by our own Doug Brown, 70 juried artists are invited for this singular, beautiful event.    


         ​Potters Brown                                                     903-852-6473                             8287 FM  279   Edom, Tx.  75754

Edom is a wonderful destination for a day or the weekend.  Whether you are going to 1st Monday in Canton, a girls weekend, or coming to the Arts Festival, we have lots to occupy your time with galleries and shops, or beautiful nurseries  and fruit farms, some great restaurants, and unique places to stay.  We take pride in the creativity of our artists in Edom, and hope you will visit the galleries of our artists. Please if you need to see us in person, be sure to call before visiting.

Edom, Texas 
Edom can be a fun "day" trip.  It is located an hour and a half east of Dallas.  If you are going to Canton, Edom is a must, just directly east on FM 279.

Getting to Edom is easy.  It is about 20 miles west of Tyler, 18 miles east of Canton, on FM 279.


TYLER- Go west on Hwy 64. 2 miles past the airport, turn left on FM 279. Drive about 10 miles to Edom.

DALLAS- Go east on I-20 past Canton to the Van/Edom exit (Exit 540), Turn right on FM 314. It will stop in Edom. Take a right and there we are!

AUSTIN and SAN ANTONIO- Take I-35 north to Waco.
WACO: Take Hwy 31 east to Athens. Continue on 31 to Brownsboro. Turn left (north) at the stoplight for FM 314. Go to Edom and take a left to the town of Edom.

LONGVIEW and SHREVEPORT- Take I-20 west to Hwy 271 exit to Tyler. Turn left on Hwy 271. At the next stop light, Loop 323, turn right. Travel the loop to Hwy 64 West, Turn right, go 2 miles past the airport to FM 279 and turn left. Go about 10 miles to Edom.

Blue Moon Gardens: everything for the garden enthusiast.
Arbor Castle Birdhouses:  Handmade birdhouses for indoors and out. 
Buffalo Clover Gallery.  eclectic blend ​of art, clothing and homegoods.
Zeke and Marty: original cool jewelry designs.
The Old Firehouse: photo gallery , music venue, and indie filmhouse.
The Shed Cafe: hometown cooking.

Blueberry Hill Farms: seasonal blueberry picking June-July

Vintage Edom with old cool stuff and coffee house.

Glenda Mae's Daylily Farm: great garden center

Our Chamber website with lodging and business info