Funfair is a commercially operated park with stalls and shows for amusement; a traveling show; having sideshows and rides and games of skill etc.

A funfair or simply fair - county fair, state fair, is a small to medium sized travelling fair primarily comprised of amusement rides and other sideshows.

Larger fairs or the permanent fairs of cities and seaside resorts may be called a fairground, although technically this should refer to the land where a fair is traditionally held.
Ref: 122306/2006-09-19

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