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Hayrides at Fall Fest in Brandon, Manitoba

Brandon is known for its diversity—and among those different elements is its rich, agricultural heritage. The city hosts annual agricultural events such as Manitoba Ag Days, considered Canada’s largest indoor farm show and Manitoba Ag Ex, which includes an all-breeds cattle show and Manitoba Finals Rodeo!

Provincial Exhibition of Manitoba's Display Building Number II - The Dome Building

Display Building No. II (Dome Building)

Directions: Located on the Keystone Centre Grounds

Built in 1913, Brandon’s iconic Dome Building is a symbol of the city’s rich agriculture history and a landmark for the Provincial Exhibition of Manitoba and their annual fairs and exhibitions. The building was designated a provincial heritage building in 1984 and a national historic site in 1999. Ten years later, restorations began to restore the Dome Building to its former glory. The building was officially re-opened on June 1, 2019 with the offices of the Provincial Exhibition moving in followed by a collection of other local business tenants.



Brandon Farmer’s Market

800 Rosser Avenue, Brandon  Map
Directions: In the Town Centre.
Phone: 204-763-4888

Make it, bake it, grow it - rain or shine, they've got you covered!

When: Indoor market (year-round)



Brown Sugar Produce

135 - 17th Street North, Brandon  Map

Please note that this summer they will not be doing Friday markets in front of Lady of the Lake.  They will be offering some opportunities to place orders for pickup in Brandon to those on their mailing list.


Woman purchasing produce at the Global Market, Brandon, Manitoba


Global Market

12th Street & Rosser Avenue, Brandon  Map
Phone: 204-728-2227

Global Market is a safe, open, creative, gathering space for all to enjoy that truly supports the community, local, artisans, producers, and musicians.



Southview Flea Market & Market Garden

Eastern Access Road and 17th Street East, Brandon  Map
Directions: Across from the Humane Society
Phone: 204-717-4405 | Phone: 204-724-4917

Considered southwest Manitoba's largest indoor/outdoor market! A gathering of artists, vendors and nostalgia enthusiasts that sell and purchase artwork, rare collectible items, handmade goods and unearthed vintage treasures.