Seminole County Fair open through Sunday

The 25th Annual Seminole County Fair is currently operating daily through the rest of the weekend.

The fair, which returned last Friday, is open each day through Sunday, April 2, beginning at 4 p.m. on weekdays and 1 p.m. on weekends at the Seminole Towne Center Mall, which is located at 200 Towne Center Circle in Sanford. Closing times vary based on weather, with 11 p.m. set for the weekend.

As in years past, the event features a bevy of carnival rides, food vendors, games, and a Kiddieland designed for children.

Individual tickets for rides may be purchased at 2 for $1, 40 for $20, or 120 for $50. Wristbands cost $25 per person on weekdays and $35 per person on the weekend.

For more information on the attractions, or the purchase tickets, visit the Seminole County Fair website.

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