The Bridgnorth Open House Arts Trail takes place in the town on Saturday, June 10 and Sunday, June 11.
On display will be paintings jewellery, ceramics photography, sculptures, glass, metalwork, woodwork, textiles and more.
The event, now returning for the fourth time, will this year display work from 70 artists from across Shropshire and beyond - the highest number since the initiative began.
In addition, 38 venues in the town - including 22 residential homes - have made space to display the artwork and will be opening their doors to the public.
Among the venues will be some of the town’s historic houses, dating back to the 17th century.
Last year around 600 came to see the various art works and the event raised more than £1,000 for charity.
All proceeds from the ticketed event are set to go to Crows Mill Craft Centre, which is a small not-for-profit day service provider, where new skills can be learnt, in a therapeutic environment.
Organisers say the event this year promises to be "bigger and better than last year".
Victoria Commander who helps set up the event said: "It is quite a unique event to Shropshire as unlike artist trails this is people displaying the work of artists in their homes.
"We have more than 70 artists this year, so it is going to be the best yet. While all the money goes to charity, first and foremost it is about supporting local artists."
Tickets are on now sale available for Stoneway Gallery in Underhill Street, Bridgnorth Library in Listley Street and Tanners Wines in the High Street.
Trail maps will be provided with tickets.
For more information visit the website: bridgnorthopenhouse.co.uk