Friday, July 16, 2010

Your Passport to Adventure

Looking to get the kids out of the house to enjoy some fun in the sun for the whole family? "Your Passport to Adventure" is more affordable and uniquely exciting this year at the California State Fair. Wednesday, July 14th marked the opening of the 2010 State Fair which runs through Wednesday, August 1st.

The new schedule, which is a full month earlier than usual, along with discount tickets and lower food prices are expected to generate more fair goers than in the past years. The California State Fair does not want anyone to miss out on the adventure. The fair also announced a 25% slash in food prices as well as the extension of the "Poppy Pack" - four admissions, four rides and a parking pass.

This year's adventure theme has motivated food vendors to bring out the weird and usual delicatessens including chocolate-covered scorpions, grilled frog kabobs, and deep-fried alligator. But don’t worry, you will still be able to enjoy your favorite fair foods. This year the State Fair will feature all the traditional exhibits and attractions that fair-goers love as well as new attractions designed around this year’s theme. A "Jungle and Reptile" exhibit, the-world-renowned "Days of the Dinosaur" exhibit, and the New "Get Animated" pop culture exhibit are just a few of the new attractions designed to create a new generation of fair fans.

Whether you’re after the thrill of the midway or on a quest to sample unique eats, Big Fun and adventure is sure to be discovered this year at the California State Fair.

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