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Site of the 1936 Texas Centennial Exposition, the annual State Fair of Texas, concerts, and exhibits, Fair Park boasts the world's largest collection of Art Deco exhibit buildings, art and sculpture. Fair Park is a Landmark Historic District.
Huge park great for events.
I love it, it's a really nice play for family
The Great State Fair of Texas (24 days every October of everything that makes Texas unique )
Fried food paradise....
I need to try the alligator on a stickkkk
Fun place. I remember this park from when I was a kid.
Big Texas Choice Awards - I'm rooting for "Deep Fried Breakfast for Dinner"
I do not recommend this for 4th of July. 4 food trucks for 50,000 people or so? Yeah...that should work.
Pretty terrible Fourth of July show. Random radio show playing on full blast for entire fireworks display, not sure what was going on. No quality control - never saw one official the entire time.
A great place to have fun while watching the games.
I recommend front row seating and popcorn with a soda.
No golden gate park, no central park, but dank it, we got FAIR PARK! Much love.
Look both ways when crossing the dart rail
Eat a corndog at the state fair.
Chinese Lantern Festival is still open it is beautiful and you learn so much about their culture.
Great time at the color run!
It's so fun and the best part is the Auto Show in Dallas is the best
Love the Fair Park always leave with a empty wallet but a happy belly.
The sweet potato twister with marshmallow creme is delicious!
Bring some Tums if you plan on eating something---fried food galore!
Big Tex, corny dog, turkey leg, funnel cake! What more could you ask for?
First time at the Texas State Fair... I think one time was enough. Got it out of my system. Lol.
Sooooo much food, so little space in my stomach !
Chinese lantern festival its a must!
Very good food ...and should try the Chinese lantern
Where Fried anything is good!
Come enjoy the Summer Adventure that opened new this summer @ Fair Park. Admission opens the door to lots of rides, games, food and fun. See you there!
Everything's bigger in Texas including the state fair. In addition to the delicious fried foods, rides, long lines, the obligatory Red River Rivalry game falls on a weekend during the fair.
Its alwsys good to visit all kinds of places in your home town.
We voted Fair Park "Best City- Backed Rave!"
They take your cigarettes if your pack is open
Want to test drive your favorite Chevy? Need to recharge your phone? How about taking a shot at the pitching challenge? Do all of this and more at the Chevrolet Town Square!
"Chicken Fried Cactus Bites" with jalapeño ranch dipping sauce or agave nectar sauce were spicier than most of us liked. Closest comparison is like eating spicy fried green beans.
Surprisingly delicious little snack, "Fried Mexican Fire Cracker" contains shredded chicken, cheese, and jalapeños in a fresh-made masa dough— nice flavor change-up from the food coated in fry batter.
There is nothing to dislike about "Fried Picnic on a Stick": spicy chicken, pickles, and tator tots fried and dipped in ranch, BBQ, or honey mustard sauce. It's enough for a meal at the fair!
Three-cheese mac 'n' cheese is baked, battered, and fried, then placed on a beef party on a bun, served with waffle fries. From a foodie standpoint, it tastes like 3 foods from the grocery freezer.
Leave chocolate for the web-slinger! O.o
and dont forget the food yum
fair park is awsome, so is the fair if you havent been if you get a chance go
In 1936, to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Texas independence, this grouping of exhibit buildings was constructed around a 700-foot-long reflecting pool and lagoon on the Texas State Fairgrounds.
Take the DART to Fair Park, it's cheaper & makes life easier