*Please note: Due to Covid-19 our Return Policy has changed. All sales are final, no returns/exchanges will be allowed. Starting March 1st, to better protect the health and safety of our customers, our return policy has changed affective immediately.
57 Municipal Wharf, Santa Cruz, CA
Just around the bend on the Santa Cruz Wharf
Proud to be a Certified Green Business!
Made in Santa Cruz is located just around the bend on the Santa Cruz Wharf. We are open daily rain or shine. Often times we open earlier and close later, feel free to give us a call.
We proudly feature over 100 local Santa Cruz County artists and vendors in our store, and because of our selection we are often called "The Santa Cruz Shop". Please come visit our store and enjoy our collection of locally made art and gifts or shop below!
We proudly feature over 100 local Santa Cruz County artists and vendors in our store, and because of our selection we are often called "The Santa Cruz Shop". Please come enjoy our collection of locally made art and gifts. Plus we offer limited editions by Jim Phillips and Jimbo Phillips, in addition to our very own exclusive collection of Made In Santa Cruz artwork.
We are a member of Local First and partners with Flex Your Power. And remember, each Tuesday is 'Locals Tuesday' which gets you two free hours parking on the Wharf with validation.
Sometimes ours customers refer to us as, "The Santa Cruz Store". Made In Santa Cruz proudly features over 100 local Santa Cruz County artists and businesses in our store. Whenever possible, we offer products that are made, designed, or printed in Santa Cruz County.
Please come enjoy locally made Santa Cruz art and gifts such as: our number one seller the heating and cooling Recovery Pillow; University of Santa Cruz UCSC Banana Slug T-shirt (as seen in Pulp Fiction); Santa Cruz clothing like the classic red dot logo, hats and accessories; Santa Cruz Skateboards; Tie Dye clothing; Santa Cruz collectible souvenirs (pins, thimbles, shot glasses, wine glasses, mugs, spoons, teddy bears); Keep Santa Cruz Weird art; local artists such as Jim Phillips, Jimbo Phillips, Marie Gabrielle watercolors, Michael Santa Cruz photography, Jeannie Collins jewelry, and David Salazar art glass like pumpkin, heart and pyramid paperweights, marbles, tumblers, vases; driftwood art, art glass pipes; local Santa Cruz books, calenders and DVDs; Bonny Doon Farm artisan lavender natural bath and body skin care products; license plate frames; stickers and decals; and much more.