FALCON HEIGHTS, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota State Fair has announced dozens of new attractions for the 2018 edition of the Great Minnesota Get-Together .
Thrill-seekers will find seven new rides, including five on the Mighty Midway. They include a two-level haunted house ride that fair officials say will be the largest traveling haunted attraction in North America when it debuts at the fair.
The demonstration kitchen in the Creative Activities building has been transformed into the state-of-the-art Cambria Kitchen, where the demonstrators will include Andrew Zimmern and Sean Sherman & The Sioux Chef’s Indigenous Food Lab.
There will also be an expanded equestrian program with more draft and miniature horse competitions.
And the former Pet Center on the north side has been converted into The Hangar, a new destination for food, craft beer and entertainment.
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