Thursday – Sunday, Sept 17-20 — TUNBRIDGE — Founded in 1867, the Tunbridge World’s Fair is one of Vermont’s longest-running fairs, which continues to honor its agricultural and historical roots with live-action exhibits demonstrating everything from wool spinning to blacksmithing. Visitors can also get up close and personal with the best of Vermont’s livestock, enjoy the classic fair food (not to mention wood-fired pizza, roasted corn on the cob, the maple building, Ben & Jerry’s, and much more local fare), rides and games on the midway, and take in the free music and entertainment. Events and attractions not to miss include daily pig races, Antique Hill Museum, harness racing, sheep dog trials, the Larkin Dancers, wine beer and cheese tastings, antique tractor pull and more.
The Tunbridge World’s Fair is now a perpetual “Time-Honored Top 10 Event” by the Vermont Chamber of Commerce. Don’t miss it!
For a complete schedule of events and admission prices, visit tunbridgeworldsfair.com.