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The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair

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The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair

Time: November 1, 2019 to November 10, 2019
Location: Exhibition Place
Street: 39 Manitoba Drive,
City/Town: Toronto ON M6K 3C3
Website or Map: http://www.royalfair.org/
Phone: +1 416 263 3400
Event Type: ag, fair
Organized By: The Royal Fair
Latest Activity: Aug 24

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The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair takes place every November in the City of Toronto. Come celebrate the best in agriculture, local food, and equestrian competitions from across the country.

The Royal is the largest combined indoor agricultural fair and international equestrian competition in the world. It is where Canadian and international breeders, growers and exhibitors are declared champions and where hundreds of thousands of attendees come to learn, compete, shop and have a great time with friends and family.

Feature Attractions:

  • President's Choice® Animal Theatre
  • Burnbrae Farms™ Culinary Academy
  • Pizza Pizza® Petting Farm
  • Northern Ontario -The best of Ontario's North
  • AG-tivity Central - Make time for playtime
  • Farm to Table Discovery Zone

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