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Milton Fairgrounds, 136 Robert Street – Milton, ON
Directions are found on our Contact page or at the bottom of our website.
In 2023, the fair takes place on September 22nd, 23rd & 24th.
Friday 3 pm – 11pm
Saturday 9 am – 11 pm
Sunday 10 am – 5 pm
At the GATES:
Friday, Saturday and Sunday Adults: $15, Children 5-12 years: $5, Children under 5 years: Free, Parking: $5
Saturday or Sunday Family Pass 2 Adults and 2 Children for $35
Friday, Saturday and Sunday Adults: $12, Children 5-12 years: $5, Children under 5 years: Free
Saturday or Sunday Family Pass 2 Adults and 2 Children for $30.
** NOTICE: NO REFUND ON TICKETS, HAND STAMP REQUIRED FOR RE-ENTRY, PRICES INCLUDE HST**
No pets allowed on the property other than properly identified service animals.
Yes, in the Midway
Saturday at 7:30 pm & at Sunday 2 pm
Saturday 10 am
Entries close prior to Fair week. Be sure to check your prize list to confirm!
Yes, the Milton Fairgrounds is wheelchair accessible! However, we are a fairgrounds with many outside events and walkways are not paved.
If you are interested in assisting with the fair, your participation would be welcomed. It is a great opportunity to experience the excitement of the fair and make new friends. This is also an excellent way for high school students to gain volunteer hours, while contributing to their community!
Visit our Volunteer page or email us: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 905-878-5689.
Just about every attraction or activity is included in your gate admission. This includes Demolition Derbies, Truck and Tractor Pulls, Live Bands, Performers, Animal displays and shows, Livestock and Homecraft Exhibits and much more. Some activities are not included and must be paid to the provider of the Midway rides, Petting Zoo and Pony rides. You may also purchase a variety of items from our Vendors including food and beverages.
The Halton Agricultural Society was formed in March of 1853 with Thomas Douglas as the first President.
Its goals include:
- promoting agricultural awareness through the Milton Fall Fair
- promoting and display the quality of agricultural products
- providing grounds and buildings available for rent in the town of Milton
This non-profit organization meets the second Tuesday of every month to discuss issues in Halton’s Agriculture and how to best support our community through events and promotions.
Yes! Check out our rentals page.
Limited parking is onsite for a $5 fee. Please follow the volunteers directions.
Yes! The fair is Rain or Shine! The show must go on. Midway operations may be affected by weather conditions