• All the Fun of the Fair. News, photographs, information and book reviews are only a small part of this extensive Web site.
  • Appletons Family Fun Fair. Leicestershire-based showman's website.
  • BKG Leisure. Carousels and traditional rides for hire from this fifth generation family business.
  • Cornish Funfairs. A history of the showmen with details of the towns and grounds they visit and the equipment they use.
  • D.K. Bradley and Sons. Specialists in fairground art and restoration. The website includes photographs of the restoration of vintage gallopers.
  • Emerson & Hazard's Amusement Caterers. A history of this fairground family, with many photographs.
  • Fairground Art. Website of fairground historian Michael Smith, the curator of the fairground collection at Dingles Steam Museum. Excellent vintage fairground photographs.
  • Fairground Association of Great Britain. Formed in 1978, this is an organisation aimed at fairground enthusiasts. Members receive the quarterly journal, 'Fairground Mercury'..
  • Fairground Heritage Trust. A charity which is committed to saving, conserving and sharing historic fairground equipment. It owns a substantial collection of national importance, part of which is currently on show at Dingles Steam Village in Devon.
  • The Fairground Society. Founded in 1961, the Fairground Society caters for anyone interested in fairgrounds past or present. Members receive the quarterly magazine, 'Platform'.
  • Funfair World. Another site aimed at the funfair fan, with an ever-expanding content.
  • Fun of the Fair. Pat Collins history, photos, message board, and much more. Everything you could want to know about Pat Collins Fun Fairs/Anthony Harris & Sons.
  • Funfair Rides & Equipment Hire. Michael and Andrea Gallagher funfair ride hire website.
  • Goff Danter Online. Homepage of Goff Danter, a descendant of the Danter fairground family, who is a professional artist who specialises in fairground art.
  • JNRS Amusement Rides Ltd. Sale and hirte of funfair equipment from Milton Keynes-based Keith Emmett.
  • John Morley's Traditional Fairground Amusements. Operators of vintage chairoplanes, train ride, arcade, hoopla and swing boats.
  • Maxwell's Waltzers and More. Site devoted to waltzers, speedways and other traditional fairground rides. Contains numerous photographs.
  • Miami Madness. Dedicated to popular funfair ride, the Miami Trip, with news and updates on Miamis in the UK and elsewhere in the world. Includes an exhaustive list of Miamis with photographs.
  • Mikey J's Funfair. Tewkesbury Mop, Danters Funfairs and more on this personal funfair website.
  • Music Boxes. The website of Goffredo Colombani, an Italian craftsman who specialises in hand-built miniature carousels with inbuilt music boxes.
  • National Fairground Archive. A unique collection of photographic, printed, manuscript and audio-visual material covering all aspects of the culture of travelling showpeople, their social history and everyday life, and the artefacts and machinery of fairgrounds. The web site includes extensive information on the subject and represents a nationally-important resource. The collection is housed at Sheffield University.
  • Old Glory. The website of the preservation magazine often includes items of interest to fairground enthusiasts.
  • Paul Wright Fairground Art. The website of top fairground artist Paul Wright is packed full of information and images. His superb fairground artwork is available to buy on CD-ROM from Joyland Books.
  • Premier Rides. Website of the UK's largest owner supplier of fairground rides.
  • Tate Decor. The fairground art of Pete Tei, from David Wragg's juvenile ride in 1976, right through to his modern masterpieces. 
  • World's Fair. The Showmen's newspaper is still the main source of news and information for travelling fairs.

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