Washington State Fair

Fairground in Puyallup, Washington, US
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  • Fanya Ridings
  • 6 months ago
Our first time here am has we had so much fun! So much to see there's always something going on there. At mostly came to eat.

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Website: thefair.com

Address: 110 9th Ave SW, Puyallup, Washington  98371, US
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Washington State Fair is a Fairground located at 110 9th Ave SW, Puyallup, Washington  98371, US.

The business is listed under fairground, event venue category. It has received 11975 reviews with an average rating of 4.3 stars.

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  • Fanya Ridings
  • 6 months ago
Our first time here am has we had so much fun! So much to see there's always something going on there. At mostly came to eat.
  • Robert Elkins
  • 7 months ago
Always a great time! I love going here. Definitely should bring your family or friends or both. You'll really enjoy yourself.
  • Cali Chesterman
  • 1 year ago
I moved to Washington this past year, so this was a great opportunity to learn more about my local community, while having a cute date night with my partner. Quite a few rides, including the classic gravitron, cat&mouse, and swinging ship, as well as a rollercoaster, but expect a long wait. Foodwise - a bunch of new foods I recommend - smoked turkey legs (taste like XMAS ham! LOL), elephant ears (like a big, flat, buttered funnel cake. Go half sugar, half jam!), and Russian piroshkis (I had the beef one, tasted like a Philly cheesesteak *drool*). SCONES are a big thing here, but I still haven't figured out why or tried one myself.There's also a bunch of classic foods you'd find at every state fair - pizza, gyros, burgers, corn dogs, popcorn, dippindots, fries, etc - so there's food for everyone to pick from. There's a lot of local love, too. The whole convention center was full of art, decorated cakes, and all kinds of ribbon-worthy contests - it was neat to see all the quilts, fash...
  • Ebony Robinson
  • 1 year ago
Fun when you have family and friends to enjoy the atmosphere. The food is a bit overrated, bland and greasy. I don't understand why it's hyped up so much but the rides, booths, games and exhibits make up for it. Definitely pricey but lots of fun.
  • Entropy
  • 1 year ago
We went on a Saturday – the second to last day of the fair, so it was incredibly busy. There were lines to everything. There were lines to the bathroom. There were lines to the ticket booth. There were lines to the food vendors, and the lines to the rides were about half an hour at least (even the kid rides). I got some great photos of the Ferris/gondola wheel while we waited in an hour-long line for it. The lines were really confusing. There weren’t cordoned-off areas for people to line up, so lines just kind of went off into the distance and twisted around in some random fashion – blocking foot traffic. I should think that especially during the time of Covid, you should probably have your line set up so that people know where they're supposed to go. There was one time that we stood in a line for 15 minutes only to find out that it was for some Slushie vendor, and not the Haunted Mansion. We had to start at the ride that we wanted to go on, and then try and trace the line back and fin...

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"Our first time here am has we had so much fun! So much to see there's always something going on there. At mostly came to eat."

"Always a great time! I love going here. Definitely should bring your family or friends or both. You'll really enjoy yourself."

"I moved to Washington this past year, so this was a great opportunity to learn more about my local community, while having a cute date night with my partner. Quite a few rides, including the classic gravitron, cat&mouse, and swinging ship, as well as a rollercoaster, but expect a long wait. Foodwise - a bunch of new foods I recommend - smoked turkey legs (taste like XMAS ham! LOL), elephant ears (like a big, flat, buttered funnel cake. Go half sugar, half jam!), and Russian piroshkis (I had the beef one, tasted like a Philly cheesesteak *drool*). SCONES are a big thing here, but I still haven't figured out why or tried one myself.There's also a bunch of classic foods you'd find at every state fair - pizza, gyros, burgers, corn dogs, popcorn, dippindots, fries, etc - so there's food for everyone to pick from. There's a lot of local love, too. The whole convention center was full of art, decorated cakes, and all kinds of ribbon-worthy contests - it was neat to see all the quilts, fashion, wood carved art, and animals with their 1st, 2nd, 3rd place ribbons. We also got SUPER lucky to see two litters of piglets that were just born and fighting over mom (HAHAHA). There's a petting zoo full of goats and sheep, as well as horses, chickens, and rabbits that you can LOOK AT, but not touch. Lots of young girls proudly showing off their work with their horses, and sharing their stories. Overall, this was a great experience and I'm excited to go next year!"

"Fun when you have family and friends to enjoy the atmosphere. The food is a bit overrated, bland and greasy. I don't understand why it's hyped up so much but the rides, booths, games and exhibits make up for it. Definitely pricey but lots of fun."

"We went on a Saturday – the second to last day of the fair, so it was incredibly busy. There were lines to everything. There were lines to the bathroom. There were lines to the ticket booth. There were lines to the food vendors, and the lines to the rides were about half an hour at least (even the kid rides). I got some great photos of the Ferris/gondola wheel while we waited in an hour-long line for it. The lines were really confusing. There weren’t cordoned-off areas for people to line up, so lines just kind of went off into the distance and twisted around in some random fashion – blocking foot traffic. I should think that especially during the time of Covid, you should probably have your line set up so that people know where they're supposed to go. There was one time that we stood in a line for minutes only to find out that it was for some Slushie vendor, and not the Haunted Mansion. We had to start at the ride that we wanted to go on, and then try and trace the line back and find the end, but even that was difficult & the lines were so long. For some reason they weren’t allowing the bracelets for ride passes on that day. We were forced to buy tickets for everything, and so I ended up spending about $ for tickets for one child and myself to ride rides for that day. There were several beer gardens, although I didn’t visit any of them. There wasn’t puke everywhere, as a matter of fact I can’t remember seeing any puke at all – major plus! When we went to a county fair in August there was a lot of puke just… around. I liked the item vendors that they had, but I would have wanted to see more trinket shops in general. The little kid games were cool. There were a couple where you could win a prize no matter what, and we got a pretty big prize from one of those! A few of them also allowed you to trade in your smaller prizes for a bigger prize, which was cool. Overall it was a good experience, and we will probably be back next year, but it was so crowded that it was difficult to even see the whole fairgrounds. It took a long time to cut through the random lines and people, especially with a stroller and little kiddos. The food was also good, and it wasn't ridiculously expensive. If there had been less lines for the food, I would have bought more."

Washington State Fair has 4.3 stars from 11975 reviews.

The address of Washington State Fair is 110 9th Ave SW, Puyallup, Washington, US.

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