The International Mango Festival!

Mango Festival at Fairchild! Featuring the Mangos of Dominican Republic! Join us on Saturday and Sunday, July 13 and 14, 2019 for Miami’s most celebrated summertime event. This year festures the mangos of Haiti along with other tropical fruit, many of which are not commonly available. The weekend is packed with tropical gardening fun, including mango and fruit trees for sale; classes and advice on how to grow them; cooking demonstrations on how to use fresh Florida fruit in your own dishes (especially the MANGO); our ever-popular mango tasting; sellers of all kinds of garden-related goodies, jewelry, candles, soaps, crafts, and more; vendors with food of all kinds; beer tasting; live music; activities for kids and so much more! Event Program Happening all weekend:  Mango Tasting and Evaluations sponsored by EcoRipe Fairchild selects the finest quality mangos and other troical fruits, ripened to perfection and freshly cut for your tasting, cut fresh every day, all available for tasting. Help us decide which tropical fruit will reign supreme this year. (Supplies limited, while supplies last), $2 per in the Corbin Education Building Room A Mangos Fruit Display Experience the largest mango and tropical fruit collection in the world! Our staggering display offers a beautiful journey through genetic differences within mangos as well as other tropical fruits featured in this year’s festival. Learn how fruit colors, shapes and aromas differ from region to region. You are sure to see some very unusual shapes, colors and textures in these unusual tropical fruits from around the in the Garden House Mango Tree Sales Shop our unparalled selection of Curator’s Choice Mango Trees while supplies last. Experts will be on hand with your selection. Click here for a list of our 2018 Mango Trees for sale. Located in the Palmetum Fairchild Education Station Dr. David Fairchild explored the world in search of tasty tropical fruits. Along his journeys, he found the mango. At the KidWay, learn about mango and other fruits brought over by Fairchild through hands-on interactive activities. **** painting, arts and much more. Food, Music, and Vendors Located on the Garden House Lawn and along the Tram Path   Lectures and Cooking Demonstrations Learn from the mango experts on how to care for your fruit trees in our South Florida Climate or from local chefs on how to incorporate mango into your meals while trying out the tasty treat afterwards!  Tropical Beer Garden Sample a refreshing tropical brew, sponsored by: