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Frito-Lay Family Fun Park

The Frito-Lay Family Fun Park is a smoke-free family entertainment area that is open daily from 9AM – 8PM and includes something for everyone!


Come visit the Frito-Lay Family Fun Park to witness the world’s BIGGEST bubble toy in action! This machine is a solar-powered attraction sure to delight fairgoers all day, every day. Stop by for some bubble popping fun and to soak in the beauty of shiny bubbles floating through the hot summer air. Just follow the bubbles!

Daily: 9AM to 8PM

The Great American Duck Race

One water track, four racing lanes, unlimited smiles! Whether you’re chosen to participate or not, everyone’s a winner at the Great American Duck Race. Learn about Mallard ducks and watch them splash to the finish line while you cheer on your favorite.

Daily: 10:30AM, 12:30PM, 2:30PM, 4:30PM and 6PM daily beginning August 4

Little Hands on the Farm presented by
CollegeChoice 529 Savings Plans

Every year, nearly 26,000 little farmers will visit Little Hands on the Farm presented by CollegeChoice 529 Savings Plans! This exhibit is an interactive mock farm that includes 13 interactive barns where participants will “harvest” products and do chores on the “farm.” Our farm chores include gathering an egg from the chicken coop, planting a tomato or pepper seed, milking a “cow” and more!

Daily: 9AM – 8PM

Easy Ride ’em Ponies

Saddle up! Our littlest Fair fans will enjoy a hand-led pony ride around the south end of the Frito-Lay Family Fun Park!

Daily: 9AM – 8PM

Price: $6


Race around the Mini Indy track every day of the Fair! Mini Indy is a concrete track that is built to similar standards to the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Mini Indy has wide banking of 7 degrees on the straights and 9 degrees in the corners just like IMS.

Daily: 10AM – 10PM

Price: $7 per driver & $4 per rider

The Indiana History Train

The Indiana Historical Society’s Indiana History Train will offer a new exhibit this year! “Made in Indiana” celebrates our state’s creativity and innovations, exploring the invention process by using Hoosier examples aboard three renovated freight cars. Through historical resources from IHS’s archival collections and other sources, the exhibit highlights products with roots in Indiana, from automobiles to medical innovations, musical instruments, and agricultural equipment. Each story connects with one of the invention process steps: define a problem, do research, make a prototype, file a patent, and market the invention. The incorporation of local examples, accompanied by artifacts and video components, provides visitors with historical context and hands-on learning while providing inspiration and pride in their home state.

Daily: 9AM – 8PM

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