More of Vancouver’s Pacific National Exhibition

Written by Rick Wright. Posted in Features, Weekend Update

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Vancouver Part Two

Published on September 08, 2012 at 11:10 pm with 4 Comments

Last week, BC_DisneyGeek took us on a little trip to Vancouver’s Pacific National Exhibition. This is a Canadian version of a state fair in the U.S. Here’s part two of a day at the PNE. ~~Rick

The PNE is known for its’ little donuts:

More food:

Freshly made wiggle chips:

The Rides:

Autopia it is not:

There’s more than one Haunted Mansion in the world:

[FONT=Arial]Built board by board in 1958, the Wooden Roller Coaster is Playland’s most historic and spectacular attraction. [/FONT]

The classic Tilt-a-Whirl:

Children’s area:

More fried food options!

Deep fried Kool-Aid:

Art cars:

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  1. Great article! Looks like a nice fair! And if I recall, I believe that the Revelation coaster (the red one) above, was the same one used for filming Final Destination 3.

    • Correction: The name is the Corkscrew, not Revelation.

  2. The “Haunted Mansion”, and this whole area was also used for filming an episode of Psych, “In Plain Fright”. Awesome update! :)