Every year Toronto becomes a little more country when The Royal Winter Fair (also known as The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair) opens its doors. With over 300 vendors, horse shows and agricultural events 11 days in November are packed full of action. Planning your time at the Royal Winter Fair requires some thought and knowing the various schedules is essential. Stay on top of your days at the fair with these calendars.
As the world’s largest indoor agricultural and equestrian competition event The Royal Winter Fair (#THERAWF) is a must see autumn event in Toronto. With over 1 million square feet of indoor space there are tons of things to see each and every day of this 11 day event.
Horse show event schedule
If you’re interested in seeing equestrian competitions check out the horse events schedule for the best times for each event.
Agricultural events schedule
If food is your thing you will see everything from craft beer to honey and cheese and who can forget the buttery displays. Meet and talk with the people who make and raise the food we eat and taste their products.
If your thing is seeing winning Angus Show then check out the agricultural events schedule.
More to see at the Fair in Toronto than horses and cows! Yes The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair has over 5,000 animals for you to see up close. As the #1 indoor event in North America you can get up close to the action and see some amazing competitions. Check out the six horse hitches racing around a small hockey rink, talk about intense!
Before you purchase your tickets for this years fiar make sure you check out the latest schedule. Timing is everything at this event all the way from parking at the National Exhibition to seating in the Ricoh Coliseum, so plan and plan again.
Curious about what seating is available at the Ricoh Coliseum see the floor plan here.
Planning to attend The Royal Winter Fair in Toronto, Ontario this year? If you are having a schedule on hand is essential and you can download your copy here.
Keep a copy of this years schedule on your phone!
Captured in pictures from previous years see through the lens of a Royal Winter Fair photographer.