Climb to the mountain tops and explore the different hardy plants that love to grow in the extreme weather conditions of this high-altitude steppe, or plant-growing region. Those plants that grow at 3,000 ft. might not flourish and thrive at 5,000 ft. and above. Wind, rain, sleet and snow can’t stop these storm trooper plants from putting on a show in any extreme weather condition that Mother Nature dishes out.
Visiting our great state? Lucky you! Buy two (2) adult admission tickets for ONLY $14 when you present your out-of-state ID at any Fair ticket window. Valid only on Friday, August 3.
Get hooked with these great deals! Choose from two package options: one general admission ticket to select Lakeshore Chinooks Sunday games, a State Fair ticket and a Chinooks hat for $11 OR one reserved grandstand ticket to select Lakeshore Chinooks Sunday games, a State Fair ticket and a Chinooks hat for $14. Game dates are 6/3, 6/10, 6/17, 7/8, 7/22 and 8/5. Visit LakeshoreChinooks.com to purchase ticket packages.
Gather ‘round something great on Klement’s Day. Klement’s Sausage, Milwaukee’s Hometown Sausage company, will be on hand in Central Park for a variety of activities, contests and FUN. Plus, there will be an opportunity to sample many delicious Klement’s products. Your taste buds will thank you!
Don't forget your Bargain Book, featuring 90+ coupons from Fair partners. Get discounts on food, beverages, souvenirs and more. Pick one up for $5 during State Fair at three (3) Information Centers (East of Wisconsin Products Pavilion on Grandstand Ave, Guest Services Pavilion & SpinCity Redemption Booth).
In the new ‘Neigh’borhood Corral, fairgoers can experience horses up close and personal! This exhibit features grooming demonstrations, educational displays and more, all of which feature engaging and exciting information about the horse industry. Located in the Livestock/Horse barn and open 9 am – 9 pm daily.
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The Wisconsin State Fair certainly has a reputation for unique and unusual foods and this year was no exception at the Fair’s Sixth Annual Food Competition, The Sporkies, presented by Journal Sentinel. Eight finalists have been selected from 34 entries, and a panel of celebrity judges will chose the recipients of three Golden Spork Awards.
Youth can earn FREE youth admission upon completion of the Libraries Rock! Reading Program at any Waukesha or Jefferson County Library. Please contact your local library for details, or visit bridgeslibrarysystem.org. Tickets expire August 12, 2018.