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Durham Fair CT’s Largest Agricultural Event

September 23 - September 26

Durham Fair CT’s Largest Agricultural Event Turns 100! This year we celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the town “Grange” meeting that started the Durham Fair tradition we know and love today! Still 100% volunteer run and a true agricultural fair, it stands for the cooperative spirit displayed by all who are involved in this annual fall event. And takes great pride in distributing profits from the fair back to the community through scholarships and support of numerous projects and events.

Admission – Advance Tickets Available
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One-Day Tickets (Thursday)
All tickets $9
Children 11 and Under FREE
Active Military, with Military ID FREE
Attendees in Wheelchairs FREE
One-Day Tickets (Friday, Saturday, Sunday)
Adults $15
Children 11 and Under FREE
Active Military, with Military ID FREE
Attendees in Wheelchairs FREE
Seniors (62 and over) $11
Online Advance Ticket Sale (through September 25)
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$12
Online Advance Ticket Sale (after September 25)
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$15
Multi-Day Tickets
Four-Day (Four Admissions) $35
Online Four-Day (Four Admissions) $35
Exhibitor (Four-Day – available until 8:00 PM on Wednesday 9/25 at the fairgrounds) $20
Midway Ride Tickets & Bracelets available for purchase at the Midway during the fair Price
25 tickets (available entire fair) $20
40 tickets (available entire fair) $30
Roller Coaster (6 ticket ride)
Must be 55″ to ride the roller coaster with or without an adult
$6
Ride Bracelet (not including the roller coaster)
Only valid Thursday from 4 PM – 10 PM or Friday from 9 AM – 6 PM
$30
Ride Bracelet (including the roller coaster)
Only valid Thursday from 4 PM – 10 PM or Friday from 9 AM – 6 PM
$35

(There is no additional charge for the professional entertainment shows.)


Only cash or checks will be accepted.

Many large agricultural fairs, as they have grown, have replaced volunteer management with a paid staff and have struggled to maintain the character of their fair. But the Durham Fair has successfully managed to remain 100% volunteer run and a true agricultural fair. It certainly stands as a monument to the cooperative spirit displayed by all who are involved in this annual fall event. The Durham Fair takes great pride in distributing profits from the fair back to the community through scholarships and support of numerous projects and events.

Did You Know? The Durham Fair has …
  • Awarded over $500,000 in academic scholarships since 1966?
  • Made charitable donations totaling over $50,000 through the work of the Durham Fair Foundation since it began in 1996?
  • Worked to secure a resident physician for the Town of Durham?
  • Made repairs to the Durham Town Hall?
  • Played a major role in organizing the Durham District Nurse Association?
  • Fenced and maintained the Old Cemetery?
  • Allowed the Durham High School basketball team to use the Needlework building as a practice court before a gymnasium was constructed at the school?
  • Constructed the hard-surfaced road in the cemetery in the back of the Durham Town Hall?
  • Made repairs to the Durham Library and major contributions to the library building projects?
  • Purchased the Durham Fire Company’s first Jaws of Life?
  • Allowed the State of Connecticut and Town of Durham to use its buildings for highway department garages?

Details

Start:
September 23
End:
September 26
Event Categories:
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Website:
https://www.durhamfair.com

Organizer

The Durham Agricultural Fair Association
Phone:
860.349.9495

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Place
In-Person

Venue

Durham Fairgrounds
Durham, CT 06422 United States + Google Map
Phone:
860.349.9495
Website:
https://www.durhamfair.com