FALCON HEIGHTS, Minn. (WCCO) – There’s no shortage of new and fun things to do at the Minnesota State Fair.
Many of them are free, including the new “Boy Scout Adventure Summit.” It’s an exhibit where fair-goers can learn everything they want to know about boy scouts. You can also go on a free interactive rope climbing course and there’s a zip line activity for kids.
The Boy Scout Adventure Summit is next to the Eco Building on the State Fairgrounds, and it offers a taste of what the boy scouts do in climbing and adventures.
The exhibit features seven different events for kids and it’s a smaller version of what’s out at Fort Snelling. Officials said at least a few thousand people have gone through the exhibit so far in just four days at the State Fair.