Wednesday, August 28 is Read & Ride Day at the Fair. Celebrate with your local library!
Guests with a valid public library card receive discounted admission prices (one discount per card).
- $13 for adults, ages 13 to 64
- $10 for seniors, age 65 and up
- $10 for kids, ages 5 to 12
On Read & Ride Day, remember that the Minnesota State Fair is committed to providing equal access and a pleasant experience for all guests. The following accessibility services are just some of what is offered to ensure that the Great Minnesota Get-Together is for Everyone.
For a full list of details and information, please visit the State Fair Accessibility Guide.
Download the State Fair Accessibility Guide as a PDF.
Parking spaces designated for vehicles with a valid disabled persons parking identification are located in many State Fair lots on a first-come basis. Cost is $15 (cash only).
Learn more about parking at the Fair.
Park & Ride
Several Park & Ride lots feature accessible buses and parking spaces for people with accessible parking permits. In addition, the Oscar Johnson Arena Park & Ride lot is exclusively for persons with accessible parking permits and their companions.
Learn more about Park & Ride lots.
Wheelchair and electric mobility scooter rentals
Wheelchairs, electric mobility scooters, strollers, and wagons will be available for rent at the Fair from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. daily.
Note: all equipment is available on a first-come basis with no guarantee of availability.
Visit the State Fair Accessibility Guide for more information.
If you would like to reserve a wheelchair or electric mobility scooter for your time at the Fair, visit HomeTown Mobility or call 877-928-5388.
Interpreters are scheduled between 8:30 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.
View the ASL interpreter schedule in the State Fair Accessibility Guide.
If you would like to request an interpreter when you visit fair exhibitors, you will have to submit a special request.
Special requests for interpreter services will be scheduled depending on availability and should be directed to 651-288-4448 or the Admin Too Building on Cosgrove Street.
Note: The Minnesota Council on Disability will have ASL interpreters at its booth throughout the Fair.
For more information about accessibility at the Minnesota State Fair call 651-288-4448 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.