Reporting Rachel Slavik
ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) –At the Minnesota State Fair, you can’t escape tradition.
And part of that tradition means welcoming the first time attractions.
Many of which you’ll find in the Midway.
One of several new rides — a giant swing called the Stratosphere — whips fairgoers high above the fairgrounds.
Visitors can keep their feet on the ground at another attraction that lives up to its name. World of Wonders Palace of Illusions features unique talents, and in the Northwoods, there’s a challenge tailored to the young fairgoer. It’s a new course called the Boy Scouts Adventure Summit that tests rope-climbing skills.
But for those who need a little rest and relaxation, the Family Fair Pianos On Parade offers some easy listening.