VT Fairs, Festivals & Exhibitions

Vermont fairs expositions field days festivalsVermont fairs, agricultural fairs, expos, and festivals make for a great Vermont vacation. Plan your Vermont vacation around one of the many Vermont events, county fairs, festivals, or expositions.

You’ll discover a wide range of fun at a Vermont County Fair – From country casual with 4-H exhibits and oxen pulls to high-tech educational displays, you can find something of interest for just about anyone. To feature your Vermont business, contact us.

Vermont Fairs & Festivals

Welcome to the most comprehensive guide to annual Vermont Fairs, Field Days, and Exhibitions. Thank you for visiting Vermont and helping to keep our annual County Fairs, and Agricultural Fairs and Heritage alive. Vermont Living urges all Vermonters to consider volunteering at your local or regional Fair Committee or Organization.

For more information visit the Vermont Fairs listed below. For current Vermont Events, and this year’s VT Fair Dates visit our Vermont Events calendar.

Exploring the Vermont Fairs & Festivals: A Comprehensive Guide

Vermont’s fairs are more than just annual events; they are cultural celebrations that bring communities together to showcase the state’s heritage, agriculture, and entertainment. From the thrilling rides to the mouthwatering fair food and captivating exhibitions, Vermont fairs offer an unparalleled experience. Get ready to mark your calendars and immerse yourself in the charm of these beloved events. For the most up-to-date information, be sure to bookmark https://vtliving.com/fairs/.

Champlain Valley Fair
105 Pearl Street, Essex Junction, VT 05452
(802) 878-5545
Website: www.cvexpo.org
Date: Late August – Early September
The Champlain Valley Fair is a highlight of Vermont’s fair season, offering an exciting blend of rides, live music, and enticing food options. With a wide range of exhibitions and contests, it’s an event that caters to all ages and interests.

Vermont State Fair
175 South Main Street, Rutland, VT 05701
Contact: (802) 775-5200
Website: www.vermontstatefair.org
Date: Early September
Celebrating over 170 years of tradition, the Vermont State Fair in Rutland showcases the state’s rich agricultural heritage. With thrilling rides, horse shows, entertainment, and local vendors, it’s a true Vermont experience.

Green Mountain Film Festival
P.O. Box 689, Montpelier, VT 05601
Contact: (802) 262-3423
Website: www.greenmountainfilmfestival.org
Film buffs flock to the Green Mountain Film Festival in Montpelier each March to enjoy a diverse selection of films from around the world. Engaging in discussions and workshops with filmmakers makes this event a cultural delight.

Windsor County Fair
Labounty Road, Springfield, VT 05156
Contact: (802) 885-1386
Website: www.windsorcountyvtfair.com
Date: Late August
Embrace Vermont’s rural heritage at the Windsor County Fair, featuring tractor pulls, livestock exhibitions, and classic fair food. This late August fair is a wonderful way to bid farewell to summer.

Vermont Dairy Festival
7 Farr Avenue, Enosburg Falls, VT 05450
Contact: (802) 933-4003
Website: www.vermontdairyfestival.com
Date: June
The Vermont Dairy Festival in Enosburg Falls celebrates the state’s dairy industry with cow milking contests, cheese tastings, and festive parades. It’s a June event not to be missed.

Connecticut Valley Fair
Bradford Fairgrounds, Bradford, VT 05033
Contact: (802) 222-4051
Website: www.ctvalleyfair.org
Date: Late August
The Connecticut Valley Fair offers traditional fair attractions, live entertainment, and a carnival atmosphere. It’s an end-of-summer tradition that has something for everyone.

Lamoille County Field Days
P.O. Box 103, Johnson, VT 05656
Contact: (802) 730-3781
Website: www.lamoillefielddays.com
Date: Late July
The Lamoille County Field Days feature agricultural showcases, live music, tractor pulls, and various competitions. Held in late July, it’s a great way to kick off the summer fair season.

Orleans County Fair
Barton Fairgrounds, Barton, VT 05822
Contact: (802) 525-3555
Website: www.orleanscountyfair.net
Date: Mid-August
The Orleans County Fair boasts a rich history and offers a variety of attractions including a demolition derby, horse shows, and a midway filled with excitement.

Franklin County Field Days
Highgate Arena, Highgate, VT 05459
Contact: (802) 868-9921
Website: www.franklincountyfielddays.org
Date: Early August
Franklin County Field Days is a quintessential Vermont fair with animal exhibits, entertainment, agricultural demonstrations, and a showcase of local crafts.

Pownal Valley Fair
383 North Pownal Road, Pownal, VT 05261
Contact: (802) 442-3667
Website: www.pownalvalleyfair.com
Date: Late August
The Pownal Valley Fair offers a range of attractions including horse shows, live music, and a variety of traditional fair competitions. It’s a late August event that captures the spirit of community.

Addison County Fair and Field Day
1790 Field Days Road, New Haven, VT 05472
Contact: (802) 545-2557
Website: www.addisoncountyfielddays.com
Date: Early August
The Addison County Fair and Field Days feature agricultural displays, entertainment, and a carnival atmosphere. This early August fair is a beloved summer tradition.

Deerfield Valley Farmers’ Day Fair
Jacksonville, VT 05342
Contact: (802) 464-9383
Website: www.dvfair.com
Date: Late August
Held in Jacksonville, the Deerfield Valley Farmers’ Day Fair celebrates agriculture and community with animal shows, tractor pulls, and a host of family-friendly activities.

Caledonia County Fair
Fairground Road, Lyndonville, VT 05851
Contact: (802) 626-3207
Website: www.caledoniacountyfair.com
Date: Late August
The Caledonia County Fair offers a range of entertainment, including live music, animal exhibits, and traditional fair competitions. It’s a late August event that draws visitors from all around.

Bondville Fair
Route 30, Bondville, VT 05340
Contact: (802) 297-2120
Website: www.bondvillefair.org
Date: Late August
The Bondville Fair is a classic Vermont fair featuring rides, entertainment, and a variety of agricultural exhibitions. Held in late August, it’s a great way to wrap up the summer season.

Guilford Fair
Guilford Fairgrounds, Guilford, VT 05301
Contact: (802) 257-1961
Website: www.guilfordfairvermont.com
Date: Early September
The Guilford Fair offers a charming blend of traditional fair attractions, including animal shows, live music, and local crafts. Held in early September, it’s a perfect way to welcome the fall.

Tunbridge World’s Fair
1 Fairgrounds Lane, Tunbridge, VT 05077
Contact: (802) 889-5555
Website: www.tunbridgeworldsfair.com
Date: Mid-September
The Tunbridge World’s Fair is one of Vermont’s oldest fairs and features agricultural displays, entertainment, and a variety of traditional fair competitions. Held in mid-September, it’s a timeless Vermont tradition.

The Big E – Eastern States Exposition
1305 Memorial Avenue, West Springfield, MA 01089
Contact: (413) 737-2443
Website: www.thebige.com
Date: Late September – Early October
Although not exclusively a Vermont fair, The Big E draws visitors from all over New England, including Vermont. Featuring agriculture displays, entertainment, and a diverse range of attractions, it’s a late September to early October event that offers a grand celebration of the region.

As you plan your Vermont fair adventures, make sure to check the respective websites and the bookmarked link https://vtliving.com/fairs/ for the most current information on dates, admission, and attractions. With a myriad of fairs spanning throughout the year, you’ll have ample opportunities to immerse yourself in Vermont’s vibrant culture, heritage, and community spirit.

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