WISCONSIN STATE FAIR PARK
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Performers at Wisconsin State Fair Park
Wisconsin State Fair Park
Wisconsin State Fair Park TicketsSituated in the Milwaukee suburb of West Allis, Wisconsin State Fair Park has been the home of the Wisconsin State Fair since 1892. Every year, visitors enter the park for 11 days to watch performers such as Melissa Etheridge and Fitz and the Tantrums on more than 30 stages, eat a variety of food, learn about agriculture, experience rides, play games and shop until they drop. Other Wisconsin State Fair Park events throughout the year include the Milwaukee Mile, reportedly the world's oldest continuously operating motor raceway. Olympic training facility Pettit National Ice Center is also located at the park. Get your Wisconsin State Fair Park tickets at StubHub before they sell out.
What is there for kids to do at the Wisconsin State Fair Park?Events at the Wisconsin State Far include comedians, jugglers and even hypnotists that are fun for the whole family. The park has played host to the Kidz Bop tour, which features kid-friendly versions of popular songs. Kids will also love the animal exhibits such as Sea Lion Splash, Exploratory Park with playground and the All Fair Day Camp where they can engage in a variety of activities. The Giant Slide and Skyglider are both popular with the little ones. Since 1993, the fair has put on hourly vegetable races in the Veggie 500. There's no shortage of kid-friendly Wisconsin State Fair Park events and activities.
What food options are there?When the fair is in session, visitors can purchase all sorts of goodies from the Wisconsin State Fair Park. Typical deep-fried fair food is available, including brats and cheese curds as only Wisconsin does them. Many food options are available on a stick. Sweet snacks and desserts are also readily available. Try an Austrian strudel before you leave. Are you gluten-free? There are options for you, too.
Is the park accessible?Yes. All permanent bathrooms are accessible. All state fair parking lots include handicap-accessible parking spots as well for $12 per vehicle. The Guest Services Pavilion provides wheelchair and electric scooters to patrons and also has materials in Braille. Service animals are permitted in the park. Visitors will find the main stage general audience spots are accessible as well.
What lodging options are available?There are several nearby hotels. Visitors can also stay on-site at the Wisconsin State Fair RV Park, which is the only RV park in the area. The RV park offers access to electricity, propane, showers, laundry and water hookups. The rates vary between $35 and $$40 depending on connections; however, there may be event-specific rates. Monthly leases and storage are also available.
How do I get to the Wisconsin State Fair Park?The park is located on Kearney Street, which is accessible via I-41/894 at the 84th street exit. The Hank Aaron Bike Trail also leads to the park, and there are shuttle options.
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