Farm Fun

Come see machinery, animal, parades handicraft and horticulture displays.


Antique Machinery

A blast from the past! Check out Brome Fair’s very own collection of antique machinery.
Where: Near the horse stables


Livestock Competitions

Watching any of the animal shows over the weekend is a great opportunity to learn about the different breeds and to get a glimpse of yet another aspect of agriculture.
Where: Cattle show ring, in front of the Grandstand, arena
Refer to the detailed schedule for animal competition.


Display animals

Visit this area to see some special breeds that are not on site for competition.
Where: outside of the goat barn

Big parade

Big Parade

Don’t miss this popular Brome Fair tradition! The majority of the animals on site, farm machinery and a few other goodies take part in one of the biggest animal parades around.
Where: in front of the Grandstand
When: Sunday, September 4 at 1 p.m.



Take a look at some expertly made quilts, mittens and all other sorts of arts & crafts. The handicraft building is bursting with an endless amount of prize winning creations and several demonstrations over the weekend.
Where: Handicraft building



Giant pumpkins, homemade pies and prize winnings jams are just an example of the assortment of entries our exhibitors submit for competition. Stroll through the flower section, admire the cakes and even take a picture in the Brome Fair photo booth!
Where: Horticulture building


Farmer For A Day

Brome Fair volunteers will help your children through various tasks related to agriculture. Once your child completes their chores, they can trade in their produce at the Farmers market for a Brome Fair Dollar. The Brome Fair Dollars can be traded in at several kiosks for small treats (honey, fruit, maple candy, etc.).
Free, Open daily from 10 am to 7 pm (Monday closing time is 6 pm)


Pony Rides

Free, Open daily from 10 am to 6 pm



Take a break from the rides and games to stroll through our many barns and stables. You will find animals of all kinds. See first-hand the difference between a dairy cow and a beef cow, or a draft horse and a pony. All of these critters are at their best and ready to win prizes in the competitions they have come to Brome Fair to compete in. Even the chickens have bathed in preparation for the competitions taking place throughout the weekend. Our friendly exhibitors will be happy to answer any questions you may have.


The Petting zoo

Cedar Brook Farm invites you to come and spend some time with the animals in the petting zoo. Don’t forget to bring your camera!
For your convenience, there is a hand washing station nearby as well as antibacterial gel rinse free of charge. Remember, always wash your hands after touching the animals and wash your hands before eating food.
Free, Open daily from 9 am to 9 pm (Monday closing time is 6 pm)