What do you get when you take a carousel, a robot, an Air 60 police helicopter, a petting zoo, a rock wall and combine it with lots and lots of booths with information and products for families?
Why, the 3rd annual Louisville Kids Fair, that’s what!
This weekend, March 2nd and 3rd, the Kentucky International Convention Center will once again play host to the annual Louisville Kids Fair. This event brings families together for two days of fun that is geared toward both children and parents. Included in the admission price, children can enjoy inflatables, a petting zoo, face painting, pony rides, performances and much, much more. Carousel rides, carnival games and a rock wall will also be available for additional purchase.
Caillou and Strawberry Shortcake will be in attendance and photographs with the characters will be available to purchase.
$10 for adults (ages 12 and up)
$8 for children (ages 2-11)
Children under 2 are free .
Discounted tickets are available through March 1, $9 for adults and $7 for children (ages 2-11), at www.louisvillekidsfair.com/.
Note that the additional activities not included in the admission price use Kids Fair Play Tickets. These tickets are $1 each and are cash only.
Carousel- 2 Kids Fair Play Tickets
Carnival Games- 2 Kids Fair Play Tickets for small prizes; 5 Kids Fair Play Tickets for large prizes.
Rock Wall- 5 Kids Fair Play Tickets for 2 chances
EuroBungee- 5 Kids Fair Play Tickets
Animal Feed for Petting Zoo- 1 Kids Fair Play Ticket for 2 feed cups
On March 3, grandparents will receive one free admission with a paid child’s admission.
A portion of all ticket sales will be donated to WHAS Crusade for Children.
The Louisville Kids Fair is open 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. both days In Exhibit Hall 2C.
So, when the weather is still a bit too wintry this weekend, come down to the Louisville Kids Fair for some family fun.
For more information, visit Louisville Kids Fair
Photos courtesy of Shutterstock/ZouZou and Louisville Kids Fair.
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