The Indiana Transportation Museum provides round trip transportation to the Indiana State Fair. The “Fairtrain” departs from Fishers Station which is located at 116th Street just west of the I-69 exit. They recommend you arrive thirty minutes before departure to take advantage of the free parking and also to make sure you get tickets.
The latest craze this year at the Indiana State Fair is the “Fried Peanut Butter Cup”. Our sympathy goes out to the Fried Snickers Bar, Fried Milky Way, Fried Cheesecake, Fried Twinkies, Fried Oreos, Fried Turkey Legs, and all the other wonderful fried foods at State Fairs across the Country. Maybe Next Year!
“The train delivers passengers to 39th Street and Millersville Road. This area is directly across Fall Creek Blvd. from Gate #6 of the Fairgrounds. A footbridge carries passengers over Fall Creek to a crossing with traffic control, for your safety. Once inside the gate, all the fun that is the Indiana State Fair awaits!
Tickets for the Indiana State Fair will be on sale during the trip to the Fairgrounds, they are not included in the round-trip train fare. While many riders take advantage of this great means to get to the Fair, we encourage those that just want a train ride to come along. One can even ride from the Fairgrounds to Fishers Station and back as we will have train ticket sellers on board. Travelers can pick from the many departure and return times in planning how long they would like to enjoy the Fair.”