Family Fun at the Royal Winter Fair

A magical place for little eyes and hands whether your kids love the goats, the baby animals, the petting zoo, or the superdogs.

Held each year in November, the Royal Winter Agricultural Fair has much to offer families as the world's largest combined indoor agricultural and equestrian fair since 1922.

At the Winter Fair, you can experience so much ... world class horse competitions, prize-winning livestock and vegetable displays, a rodeo show, hands-on agricultural awareness programs, entertainment, food and shopping exhibits, culinary competitions and shows, chef challenges, kid-friendly activities and much more.

This year's event offers something fun and exciting for everyone. Kids can discover so many new things at the Royal. It's a magical place for little eyes and hands whether your kids love the goats, the baby animals, the petting zoo, or the superdogs.

Family-friendly highlights:

Get up close with the animals at the Pizza Pizza® Petting Farm! Kids can touch, pet, and feed over 60 friendly animals. AGtivity Central, a farm inspired play area features Face painting, mini tractor driving, an Agricultural Magician, and a farm inspired play structure. The aMAZEing Food Journey is a hands-on and interactive space where kids are encouraged to play with their food. The MAZE helps them learn the path of food from farm to table. 

Catch Sylvia Zerbini, formerly of Cavalia, who will entertain with her amazing Arabian horses that celebrate the relationship between people and horses. And don't miss the many shows held at the Presidents Choice® Animal Theatre. You'll love the playful and action packed appearance of Turbo the Goat, along with his friends. Turbo will impress with his intelligence, athleticism, amazing natural abilities and comedic character. Kids will also enjoy jumping rabbits, sheep–herding dogs, Spirit of the Horse and the ever popular President's Choice® SuperDogs®.

The 94th Royal Agricultural Winter Fair opened on November 4 and continues through November 13, 2016 at Exhibition Place, Toronto. For more information, visit

Take a look at some of our photos:

Photos ©Toronto4Kids
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