Local Events Board: LA County Fair Returns to the Fairgrounds
by Staff Writer/ lacountyfair.com
September 3, 2014 • 193 views
Let the adventure begin, the Los Angeles County Fair has returned to the Pomona Fairgrounds. Come see all the new attraction and enjoy the summer concert series. The fair begins August 29 and runs through September 28. See below just a few of the attraction that will be happen at the fair.
Travel the world through LACF’s selection and wide array of food. Stroll through Luminasia and enjoy a tasty bowl of Asian cuisine or experience fresh grilled flat bread at The Farm. Whether it’s ethnic cuisine, a deeply fried favorite, or tasty treats off of our many food trucks, LACF has it.
Experience the rich tradition of the Giant Fairground Shows! World of Wonders presents more than 75 amazing oddities and is presented in a family manner with humor, special effects, costumes and more. Check us out on The Farm Road.
A Zonkey? Kangaroos. Scorpions. LACF is the only place you can walk up and see animals of every type, from the barnyard to the exotic. Visit Mojo in her new lagoon home and make a new animal friend.
Check out the NHRA Motorsports Museum! Admission during LACF
is 50% off regular museum admission.
Wednesday – Friday: Open at noon
Saturday and Sunday: Open at 10 a.m.
Immerse yourself in 5D Adventure’s interactive experience that begins when the audience enters the movie theater to begin their “Dark Walk.” Stroll through a maze of 14 large screens throughout this exhibition and have your five sense stimulated by sights, sounds, and 3D films of state of the art clarity.
Celebrate the superheroes of comic book and real-life fame. Visit the Hall’s Metropolis and come face-to-face with Batman and Superman as well as those who have sacrificed much for us all.
Luminasia, presented by Morongo Casino, Resort & Spa, lights up LACF’s hillside with a spectacular, larger-than-life Asian themed and whimsical lanterns. Each is hand-crafted and custom built using an ancient art form and 100 artisans from China. No exhibition of its kind has ever been seen in California, and it’s only here at LACF.