Now in its 138th year, the first eight fairs were held in North Tunbridge, Vermont, while the following 130 have been held in Tunbridge.
Tunbridge World’s Fair This fair, founded in 1867 and held by the Union Agricultural Society on this site since 1875, was named “The World’s Fair” by Lt. Governor Burnham Martin.
The annual celebration reflects accomplishments of farmers and families by reinforcing their shared traditions and educating others about rural life.
Several buildings date from the nineteenth century.
The fair has an important display of antiques and old agricultural equipment collected from Central Vermont.
Vermont Division for Historic Preservation – 1997
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