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Throughout the year, you'll find unique events, captivating performances and entertaining festivals and parades in Prince William County. Famous county fairs include juried crafts shows, enactment of Civil War battles. Month of august hosts the Prince William County Fair, the largest County fair in Virginia.

The Prince William County Fair is Virginia's largest County Fair. It began in 1949. The average attendance over the past 10 years is 93,232.
Contact information:
Prince William County Fairgrounds
P.O. Box 91
Manassas, Virginia 20108
Tel: (703) 368-0173
Fax: (703) 368-5534

Details of other festivals of Prince William County:

"Merry Old Town Manassas" - The shopkeepers of Old Town Manassas invite everyone into their stores for line entertainment and refreshments as they shop for holiday gifts. Watch Santa ride into town on a Virginia Railway Express train. (December)

Historic Occoquan Fall Arts and Crafts Show - Scores of visitor take to the streets of this 18th century town to see the offerings of over 150 artists, with live entertainment, food and more. (September)

Fall Jubilee in Old Town Manassas - During the annual Fall Jubilee, the streets of Old Town Manassas fill with music, entertainment, food and arts & crafts produced by top artists. (October)

Freedom Festival - Enjoy a patriotic celebration for the whole family presented by the Freedom Museum, at the Manassas Regional Airport. Over 30 vintage war birds coordinated by the Confederate Air Force and National Capital Squadron and vintage armor from the Virginia Museum of Military Vehicles. (August)

Spring Sugarloaf Crafts Festival - 250 juried artists and artisans demonstrate their skills in jewelry making, paper making, wheel-thrown pottery, glass-blowing and more. (May)

Historic Occoquan Spring Arts and Crafts Festival - Stroll the 18th century streets of this riverfront mull town during its annual spring crafts festival, with over 150 artists, live entertainment, food and more family fun. (June)


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