There’s Something Special About These 26 Pictures Of Vermont Fairs From The Past

Vermont simply wouldn’t be the same without our beloved fairs and festivals. They have always brought communities together and  crowds flock from surrounding towns and beyond. The sights, sounds and smells are distinct and the hustle and bustle of the crowds bursts with energy and anticipation. Whether you go for the food, rides, animals, contests or simply to socialize, we will always love our fairs and return year after year. We have uncovered images from the 1930s and 1940s that allow us to see how much has changed at the fairs over the years… and how much has stayed the same. Let us know what you love most about fairs in Vermont.

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