Explore all the possibilities at California’s most anticipated Home Show – The Fresno Home and Garden Show, March 4 & 5, 10am-5pm and March 6, 10am-4pm at the Fresno Fairgrounds! Now in its 36th year, this premier event showcases products and services in the home and garden industries. Talk to licensed contractors, shop gourmet foods, and artisans/crafters, and dine at the 2 Outdoor Food Courts with fair food and gourmet food trucks!
Not to be confused with the Fresno Home Improvement Show, which takes place in the fall (stay tuned for more information as it gets closer to the Fall!), and is also younger, as it will enter 17th year. The spring event will still provide a familiar experience, as it also includes the Maker’s Market, Cocktail Corner, and tiny houses, but you’ll miss out on some experiences like fair food. Ticket prices range from $10 per adult, $5 for seniors (60+), and are $3 cheaper when purchased online,
$10.00 To be paid directly to the Fresno Fairgrounds. Parking located off of Chance Avenue and Butler Avenue.
$12.00 To be paid directly to the Fresno Fairgrounds. Preferred Parking off of South Chance Avenue.
State mandates ended February 11th. We will follow the updated mandates at the time of our Spring Show (March). For our Fresno Home & Garden Show, March 4,5,6, the Fresno Health Department strongly recommends for attendees to wear masks, wash hands and maintain social distancing.
Gourmet Food & Fair Food Available! Hand washing stations will be located in the food court and throughout the show. Seating & Dining Tables available for your enjoyment! Directions to The Fresno Fairgrounds HERE. Be sure to pick up a free Fresno Home & Garden Show Program, available at each entry gate. The handout is an informative guide to the event, noting merchant locations, a fairgrounds map, seminar schedules and other information designed to make your show experience a pleasant one.
*Notice to Customers: There is often active filming occurring at the event. By entering, you agree that your image may appear in print, TV, or internet.