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The PA Farm Show never disappoints. Yes. It is very busy, but it is well worth it. There are so many things to do and to see. Prepare to spend several days there. Free admission! Great food, great education! A must for all PA residents!
The PA Farm Show is one of the best around. If you are there for only one day, you will not be able to see everything. While there are many highlights, definitely check out the one thousand pound butter sculpture. The rodeos are something else....More
Our second year in a row attending the show. LOVE IT! the calving corner is really cool to see. Sign up for the txt messages, and they will let you know when a cows water broke or when she's delivering. Staff and volunteers in the...More
The Pennsylvania Farm show happens the second week of January. This was our 3rd time attending. Where else can you find sculptures made of 1000 pounds of butter, month old pigs, animals of all kinds that you can pet, friendly people who will talk to...More
Veteran husband wanted to return since hadn't attended farm show since childhood. Stayed overnight at nearby hotel so we could hit the place at opening on first day. Traffic gridlock and parking nightmare began within half a mile of complex. Husband has mobility issues, and...More
Our first visit despite being PA natives. We really enjoyed our Farm Show visit. The facility is quite massive with many arenas and halls. The signage could be a bit better and consistent with the maps provided.
The staff on site were friendly and helpful.
Loaded with horses, rabbits, pigs, sheep, as well as exhibitors and vendors of food and goods, the Pennsylvania Farm Show is quite an experience. Arrive early to avoid parking challenges and crowded conditions. The complex is vast, so be sure to pick up a guide...More
I went for an employment fair but was really dazzled by the size and layout of the building. This is a venue with continuously changing exhibits. Last week it was the Christmas Show. You could shop for decorations, gifts and holiday food, or just window...More
If you have chance to visit this place, don't miss it. Mark in your calendar the beging of January for this show. I like when a lot of stuffes are in one place, so we could see different unusual type of animals and petting and...More