Richmond County Fair

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Grab the fam and head to Historic Richmond Town, a preserved museum-village dating from the late 17th century, for its 34th annual county fair. Three stages of live music, puppetry, dance performances and rides are sure to entertain. Plus, check out the Ultimate Air Dogs: These athletic pups perform tricks while jumping off a dock into water, catching serious air (20 feet!) in the process.

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debra

First off, it's NOT $5 per adult, it's $16. AND our son, being 36 inches, was also $16. (he's 2, and short for his age!) therefore, they wanted $48 for entry of a couple and a 2 yr old. Pretty steep. It was fun, but not $48 fun. There were alot of advertisers there- vios, roofing, ect. The carnival rides were filthy- the funhouse smelled distinctly of human urine, another kid's thing had a ball pit that was filthy, half destroyed and not very safe. However, with all that said- there was some good music, and we had a good time anyway.