Yucatán Xmatkuil Fair: A Wide Range of Attractions
Southeast Mexico’s most important fair celebrates its people’s traditions and identity. You will find all the fun of traditional rides, shows, handicraft and cattle exhibitions, plus internationally-known artists performing.
The fair was first held in 1974, mainly a cattle, industrial, and handicraft expo for the state of Yucatan. Over time, it has grown to encompass large parking lots, restaurants, cattle stands, a grandstand, rides, a circus, and many, many commercial stands.
It is put on during November, although it was suspended in 2020 because of the pandemic; 2021 will be its 47th year.
Recinto ferial xmatkuil, Yucatán, MéxicoSee map