Fairplex Exposition Complex

4.512 Votes
  • Address: Mc Kinley Av, 1101 W McKinley Ave, Pomona, CA 91768, United States, Big Bear
  • Phone: +1-9096233111
  • Tags: Entertainment, Family And Kids, Farm

The Fairplex Exposition Complex is a combination of entertainment and educational exhibits and field trips. The kids can enjoy their share of time at the carnivals and game sections. You will love the barnyard or zoo exhibiting a number of rabbits, roosters, cattle, horses, chicken and many other animals along with a bee-keeping center. The farm also organizes field trips, corporate workshops and culinary classes for the visitors. You will be instructed about Urban Gardening, healthy eating and social well-being in these classes. The Motorsports museum, RailGiants Train Museum, Millard Sheets Art Center and the Fairplex Garden Railroad will keep you hooked. The various stores will offer you enchanting souvenirs and decor items. Apart from that, there are a number of food joints in the complex.

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  • Bus 197 to stop –Mckinley Ave and Gate 1 W
  • Bus 197 to stop –Mckinley Ave and Gate 1 E
  • Bus 197 to stop –White Ave and Gate 6 W
  • Bus 197 to stop –White Ave and Gate 6 E

  • Fairplex Exposition Complex Address: Mc Kinley Av, 1101 W McKinley Ave, Pomona, CA 91768, United States, Big Bear
  • Fairplex Exposition Complex Contact Number: +1-9096233111
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Fairplex Exposition Complex Reviews & Ratings

  • The sad thing is to see this iconic place lose some of it's wonder. The buildings that previously contained many new and innovative products has,been reduced to the same products. High rental prices kept many from adding their creative ideas to the floors for display. High food prices also dismayed my enjoyment. The fact that military members are given only one day for discounts when other fairs take pride to those that serve and have served our nation. Next year I will stick with the Orange County Fair and skip what is in my own backyard....

  • Some of my favorite childhood memories were of the animals at the fair which were there for people to interact and enjoy. This year there is far fewer animals and they don't let you come into contact with hardly any animals. They also didn't have as many different kinds of animals this year. But on the flip side, the selection of food is incredible and there are many venues to shop from.

  • The fair is always fun. And the people working were very helpful. Dear LA County Fair always have vegan food as an option 💕👌 this year they did and it was excellent.

  • It's a large property but they have a tram running to bring you in from the outer reaches of the vast parking lot. Buildings are cooled so you needn't melt in the summer heat. There is close access from the 10 freeway and the road pours traffic directly into the parking lot entrance so it's tough to get lost, I imagine. The expo I attended was held in building 4 where there is plenty of room for hundreds of people to mill about. Restrooms are at extreme ends of the building. This place must be hopping when the county fair is in session.

  • It was quite an enjoyable day at the fair. I would rate the children's exhibit the best. Artwork was best attraction.

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