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Enter the Dinosaurs

Visitors to Hampton Plaza will encounter a lively group of stomping, roaring, animated dinosaurs. The prehistoric, mechanical giants are manufactured in Los Angeles by Kokoro Dinosaurs, which uses the latest robotic technology and computer-controlled air compressors to give each dinosaur a unique sequence of movement and sound. The display features eight nearly life-sized dinosaurs that are sure to delight the crowds. Selfie’s allowed.

Roaming daily in Hampton Plaza

Cool Dogs

Jump! The Ultimate Dog Show

Guests are in store for a non-stop, action packed Canine Thrill Show that showcases Amazing Dogs and their handlers performing to upbeat music from different eras. There is lots of crowd participation, and the audience will root for their respected teams in an exciting head-to-head competition. The attraction showcases several energetic sporting elements such as Speed Agility, Weave Pole Racing, Trick Frisbee, Dock Diving and plenty of Novel Pet tricks. There is an emphasis on the importance of Pet Adoption as most of the Performing dogs have been rescued from various shelters throughout the Country. Handlers will keep the audience clapping and on the edge of their seats from start to finish.

Performing daily at the South Gate

Cute baby pigs racing.

Swifty Swine Racing Pigs

Guests will be treated to an action packed, fast paced, high energy program as “Swifty” the swimming pig plunges into an 8-foot tank, and 4 piglets haul bacon around the track. It’s the fastest pig race around.

Performing daily in front of Nutt Cattle Arena


Ernest Lee (The Chicken Man)

Street artist and Columbia legend Ernest Lee will be selling his popular chicken paintings as well as other pieces again at this year’s fair. While Lee is widely known for his chicken paintings, his works also include ocean scenes, nature scenes, fish, pets, palmetto trees, portraits – and just whatever comes out of his head.

Appearing daily off Academic Avenue

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American Heritage Museum

Come feel the fibers of America’s past with a hands-on museum experience. This historical exhibit shows what hard work and ingenuity have accomplished through the years. Patrons will experience historically correct displays showing how the country developed from earlier times to the present day and how our ancestors did such things as cut wood, made syrup or ice cream and performed various other activities – all without the help of modern-day technology.

Featured daily off Academic Avenue