Nottingham's green grounds light up and shine from afar,
as fair rides, carrousels and even a helter skelter find a home in the second week of October,
noise fills the air with laughter, music and the general bustling crowds
eagerly making their way to their childhood favourites from fairs of the past and present
Time to add the largest travelling fair in the country to your bucketlist!
Follow the Lights...to the Goose Fair!
the scale of the fair is magnificent,
make sure to take your time to wander around the fair to decide the best rides for you as there are plenty of options!
it is as if smaller typical fairs have joined up together to create one huge ground of excitement and fun
The Classical Rides
Rides we went on:
Xtreme Top Buzz
What else is there to do?
Lots of Food - anything you can think of!
doughnuts, candy floss, toffee apples,cookies, sweets , churros
Tradition at the Goose Fair: Mushy peas with mint sauce!
There are no geese, it is called the goose fair because it used to be a christmas goose market.
A Fair not to be missed..
Do you still think fairs are something of sweet childhood memories?
Remembering the candy floss, thrill of rattling rides whooshing past your ear and the excitement of winning prizes from hooking a duck?