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Step Into a 16th Century Kingdom: Visit the Atlanta, Georgia Renaissance Festival

Georgia’s Renaissance Festival has it’s home on a whopping 32 acre site just southwest of Atlanta. Plan on paying them a visit this spring! If you are a swashbuckler, shiver me timbers…look forward to Pirate’s Weekend!  This is theRead more

 
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The Bristol Renaissance Festival—A Re-creation of Queen Elizabeth’s Visit to Bristol, England

The Bristol Renaissance Faire is held in the Village of Bristol, Wisconsin every weekend from early July through Labor Day.  This fair is known for its historicity and recreation of the sixteenth century, in particular the visit of Queen ElizabethRead more

 
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The Minnesota Renaissance Festival

Whether you casually or fervently enjoy all things Renaissance, the Minnesota Renaissance Festival in Shakopee, Minnesota is the Mecca of renaissance festivals.   This festival, which is modeled after a 16th century English village, has been running since 1971, andRead more

 
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Colorado Renaissance Festival In Larkspur, Colorado

  How would you like to travel back in time and find yourself in the 16th century and all around you are sights and sounds reminiscent of a medieval village?  As you meander through the village you see jugglersRead more

 
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King Richard’s Faire: Fair Maidens Abound!

Fair maidens abound at King Richard’s Faire, one of New England’s largest renaissance fairs. Every year, from August 31st through October 20th, pirates, adventurers, and knights from the kingdom of Boston and beyond venture out to Carver, Massachusetts forRead more

 
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The Texas Renaissance Festival

Hast thou a yearning to be of a part with history and anon? To verily know and partake of ancient fare, gaming, and weaponry? Then hie ye to the land of the cowboy. The Texas Renaissance Festival is oneRead more

 
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