Review: The Wayne County Fair (Honesdale, PA)

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    Last week I posted a review of Honesdale, Pennsylvania, the birthplace of America’s railroad. Well, last Friday I went to the annual Wayne County Fair, the same fair that I had mentioned in my review. Coincidentally, last Friday also marked the 185th anniversary of the Stourbridge Lion locomotive running for the first time. The Historical Society and Museum in Honesdale offered free admission on Friday and provided refreshments for patrons who visited the museum on the 185th anniversary date. This year a little boy from Wilkes-Barre named Noah Ritter, 5, made headline news across the country after giving an interview at the fair (video at the end). Also, The News Eagle is reporting that the Wayne County Fair had over 13,000 visitors this year, a record turnout rate. Information about the fair, including some pictures, can be found below: Admission: Admission to the fair was $8.00 per person. Children under 24 months have free admission.The admission fee included parking, rides, small shows and most grandstand shows. Food: The food at the fair was inexpensive. Especially for a fair. I paid $4.50 for nachos that were HUGE in size. No alcohol is served at the fair. nor can you bring alcohol into [...] The post Review: The Wayne County Fair (Honesdale, PA) appeared first on Fly2Travel.

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