The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair is a show like no other. Nothing compares with the multiple layers of sight, sound, smell and taste that make up The Royal Experience. It's a part of Canadian tradition. It's the place where entertainment meets education. Where the thrill of competition meets the pride of accomplishment. Where the country shows the city a thing or two. It is the largest indoor combined agricultural, horticultural, canine and equestrian event in the world. It's the show that puts November on the calendar, Toronto on the map, and Canada on the world stage. It's the one and only Royal Agricultural Winter Fair. It was back for its biggest year ever.
The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair
November 3rd to 12th, 2006 The Direct Energy Centre Exhibition Place, Toronto
The Giant Vegetable Competition is one of the most popular exhibits in the Horticulture Show. This tiny piglet rests atop a giant pumpkin weighing in at 1114.5 pounds or 505 kg.
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The Royal Show Guide is your gateway to Ontario's Greenbelt, a new feature at the fair. Pick up a copy at the entrance and learn about this accessible, relaxed and timeless countryside. Inside the fair, giant Greenbelt maps and signs will guide you to Greenbelt displays and activities. You can also see the Greenbelt on the big screen at the Royal Horse Show.
Taste the freshness of the Greenbelt at the Eat and Be Healthy Stage and talk with Greenbelt farmers.
Stop at one of the Greenbelt Information Centres and get a list of your favourite things to do in the Greenbelt emailed directly to you! The Greenbelt has everything from farm markets, horseback riding, vineyard tours and summer and winter outdoor activities such as hiking, biking and snowboarding.
Wine and dine your friends and family with local food recipes dished out by famous chefs at the Cooking School Stage in the Royal Vineyard.
Learn how some of the Greenbelt farmers are protecting the environment at the Envirofarm display.