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The 95th annual REALTORS Home & Garden Show is the nation’s longest running Home & Garden Show. It returns to the Wisconsin State Fair Park Expo Center from Friday, March 22nd through Sunday, March 31st, with the exception of Monday-Tuesday, March 25th-26th.
Sweep aside your outdated and overgrown home and garden spaces and get inspired at this year’s REALTORS® Home & Garden Show presented by Unilock®. There’s no better place to learn about all the hottest home improvement tips and trends.
If you’re looking for inspiration, stop by the show to visit with any of 350+ exhibitors. Learn about the latest available products and chat with industry professionals regarding landscaping, windows, decks, kitchen and bath design, plumbing or HVAC needs, foundation repair, tree services, and much more.
And don’t forget to take advantage of one of the show’s many culinary demos or daily seminars provided at the Solutions Stage at Breckenridge Landscape Park.
Finally, a visit to the REALTORS Home & Garden Show would not be complete without a tour of the stunning Garden Promenade, presented by the Wisconsin Landscape Contractors Association. Always a clear reminder that spring is just around the corner, the showcase features 12 elaborately designed landscape displays. Designed by the area’s top landscapers, each garden combines plantings, water features and hardscapes with creature comforts like outdoor kitchens, sound systems and fire pits to create a haven for relaxing or entertaining.
With so much to see and do at this year’s show, there certainly is no space like home.
Admission is $8.00; Children 12 & under are FREE, as are all Active Military personnel with valid ID.
Check the Realtors Home & Garden Show website for full details on vendors, events, and more.
You’ll find the Wisconsin State Fair Exposition Center at the corner of Highway 59/Greenfield Avenue and Highway 181/84th Street, just south of I-94 and U.S. 18, two miles east of I-41/U.S. 45, three miles east of Highway 100, two miles west of Highway 175/Miller Park Way, and three miles west of Highway 57.