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General Information


All permanent restroom facilities at the Fair Park are accessible to patrons with disabilities. Accessible parking is available in all State Fair Park lots. For information on accessible Main Stage concert seating, please call 414.266.7100. Please visit the Guest Services Pavilion during the Fair for audio schedules and information on wheelchair and electric scooter rentals, which can be reserved prior to or upon arrival at the Fair (based on availability).

Century and Sesquicentennial Farm Program

Applications are now available for the 2017 Century and Sesquicentennial Farm and Home Award, a prestigious award given to families who have dedicated their life to Wisconsin farming for 100 or 150 years.

Donation Requests

The Wisconsin State Fair is proud to be part of our community and appreciate all the visitors who continue to support us every year! Thank you for your interest in including us to be part of your event. The donation window for the 2020 Wisconsin State Fair has passed. Please check back in the fall for details on the donation period for the 2021 Wisconsin State Fair.

Getting Here & Parking

Parking is $12 per vehicle and $6 per motorcycle. All parking is first come, first served. For everyone's safety, local authorities only allow right hand turns into the Fair Park along all bordering streets (S. 84th Street, W. Greenfield Avenue, W. Kearney Street, S. 76th Street).


Group orders of 50 admission tickets or more get exclusive access to the best deals for the 2020 Wisconsin State Fair, August 6 - 16.


Find information on preferred hotels and lodging options for communities adjacent to and near the Fair Park, thanks to our lodging partners.

Lyft, Uber & Taxi

Wisconsin State Fair offers rideshare users a drop-off and pickup area on the north end of the Fair Park, outside of Spin City near the U.S. Cellular Main Gate.


For the safety and awareness of the general public, Wisconsin State Fair Park has put in place a number of event policies. State Fair Park staff reserves the right to refuse admission or eject any person violating any law, rule or policy. Persons entering the facility assume all risks incidental to the event.

Shuttles & Transit

Looking to avoid traffic around the Fair Park? Choose from one of these great options below to save the hassle. Public transit and shuttle services operate for both Milwaukee and Waukesha counties. Private shuttles are more than welcome but are recommended to coordinate with State advance.

Tickets & Hours

The State Fair Ticket Office is located at 7722 W. Greenfield Ave. Hours vary depending on the time of year.

Vendor Information

We appreciate your interest in participating in the Vendor Services Department at the Wisconsin State Fair. Applications are now available! Please click "read more" for important information or give us a call at 414-266-7040.