The fairgrounds comprise approximately 135 acres.The Fairgrounds is segregated into several areas: Yesteryear Village, the Perfect Vodka Amphitheatre, and the exhibit buildings, including the Expo Center and the Agriplex. The space available on the Fairgrounds for trade shows and exhibits exceeds 200,000 square feet.
Yesteryear Village is one of Palm Beach County’s most unique cultural attractions: A living history park where interpreters share their stories about life prior to 1940. The history park nestled on 9 acres, showcasing buildings and artifacts from 1895 to 1945. It consists of a large collection of early, original and replicated buildings including an old school, a farm, a blacksmith shop, a general store, and several houses.
During the annual South Florida Fair, the southern parking tract is utilized as the "midway" containing rides, shows, games, and concessions. In 1957, Palm Beach County gave the Fair 100 acres at its present site but later took back 20 acres for the stockade. This contribution was made in consideration of the Fair agreeing to relocate from John Prince Park in order that the County could vie for a state university (PBCC).