About

The Polish-American Family Festival & Country Fair is a celebration of Polish culture, heritage and traditions.

Starting with a small, informal event in 1966, the Festival has grown from humble beginnings into one of the oldest and most popular festivals of its kind in the U.S. Each year the Festival attracts a diverse crowd of local, regional and international visitors, with over 25,000 festival attendees in 2009 alone.

The Festival takes place on the grounds of the National Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa, located on 170 beautiful acres in Doylestown, PA (suburban Philadelphia).

It is a non-profit event staffed solely by volunteers dedicated to making your visit a wonderful experience. All net proceeds go directly to defraying the costs of the festival and to maintaining the operation of the Shrine.

We invite you to join us this year and to become part of the hundreds of thousands of folks who have visited the Festival throughout its history. It’s a unique opportunity to have a great time at a great bargain while supporting a great cause.

Click here to find out more about the Shrine.