The Pennsylvania Farm Show – the largest indoor agricultural exposition under one roof in the nation – kicks off Saturday in Harrisburg. The show runs through Saturday, Jan. 11.
The show offers something for everyone. It features 6,000 animals, 10,000 competitive exhibits and 300 commercial exhibitors.
The Farm Show highlights an industry employing nearly half a million people and contributing $185 billion annually to the state’s economy.
Visitors will find food, entertainment and plenty of opportunities to learn more about how our food goes “from farm to fork.” Admission is free, but parking is $15 per vehicle. Shuttle service is provided.
The event showcases the quality and breadth of Pennsylvania’s agriculture industry and the people who make it thrive.
The show offers visitors a tiny slice of the industry that employs nearly half a million people and contributes $185 billion to Pennsylvania’s economy every year.
The Pennsylvania Farm Show offers something for everyone. It has something for young and old, farmers and non-farmers, foodies and just people who like to have fun.
Aside from food and entertainment, the annual event gives the public an opportunity to get an up-close view of how their food goes from farm to fork. Visitors learn about the diversity of Pennsylvania agriculture and the ingenuity of its people. Farmers show off what they do best, meet old friends and check out cutting-edge farm equipment, supplies, and farming practices.
The Farm Show Complex and Expo Center includes three arenas and houses 24 indoor acres in 11 buildings.