Over its history, the Hopkinton State Fair has become a large, top-ranked agricultural fair in New Hampshire and is well known for its agricultural exhibits as well as the fine entertainment which it furnishes each year. The Directors and Staff endeavor to improve the Fair every year to make it more enjoyable for our many guests.
If you are interested in agriculture, we have one of the largest livestock exhibits in New England. You will find barn after barn full of cattle, goats,pigs, sheep, horses, oxen, chickens, rabbits...and the list goes on.
HOME & GARDEN EXHIBITS
Home Arts includes an array of baked & canned goods, hand-made quilts,and much more! In the Farmer's Market you'll find home-grown fruits,veggies, and flowers.
See how maple syrup is made and be sure to sample one of New Hampshire's oldest agricultural traditions. Staffed by members of the NH Maple Syrup Producers Association.
GRANITE STATE DRAFT HORSE & PONY ASSOCIATION WAGON RIDES
Come to the Infield Southend Grandstand to board wagons pulled byteams of gentle draft horses, ponies, and mules.
CHARMINGFARE FARM'S BARNYARD PETTING FARM
Charmingfare Farm has gathered all your favorite classic barnyard animalsto entertain and educate young and old alike. Educational shows daily.
Exhibit / Vendor Information:
During an average fair, we will have approximately 100,000 people on the grounds during the four days of the Hopkinton State Fair.
The concession/exhibit rate is determined by the location on the grounds and crowd density.