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Fairground Arch

Perfectly suited to all of our fairground games


£90.00 (ex VAT)*
£108.00 (inc VAT)*

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Set-up Dimensions
Depth: 76cm
Width: 206cm
Height: 240cm

*Up to 4 days hire
*UK wide delivery available. Minimum hire charges apply

Help your event stand out from the crowd by hiring this tremendous treasure!  Creating a similar whimsical feel to our Circus Arch and Red Curtain Arch, the Fairground Arch is made in much the same way but with smaller feet and a lighter top.  This arch was initially inspired by Edwardian fairground art and has proved to be a real feature of the events for which it has been hired.

Made here at the Prop Factory, the top of the arch was constructed using a pretty bit of wood from a broken chair and old vintage croquet balls have been reimagined as the finial on top of the poles.  Don’t worry though: we are happy to say that no vintage croquet sets were harmed in the making of this prop, as they were very much rogue balls!  3D wooden letters in sky blue perch on top of a yellow and burnt orange arched background, while the wooden decal at the top in dark blue and gold has also been repurposed from a broken chair back. As strong believers in avoiding unnecessary waste, we made good use of that chair back as it has also been used to create our introducing sign and retro teapot chalkboard. Finally, subtle gold coloured side poles serve to frame the harlequin sign effectively.

Why not take the opportunity to jazz up a village fete and attract people to an afternoon of games with this arch viewable from afar?  A seaside theme would also be a perfect match, as this prop also draws inspiration from amusements at the end of a pier.

As our fairground games are so popular, we thought we'd make some complimentary items to enable you to create a complete mini-fairground set up!  Alongside hiring this arch, bunting poles, vintage signs and fencing also bring the look together.  See all our super popular vintage games here.  We also have a funfair giant arrow as an alternative or the red curtain arch for a slight more grand entrance.