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My friends and I love to go to ren faires. This one didn’t disappoint! From the moment you walk in you’re surrounded with dancing, great clothing and real raptors. There’s something for everyone
and every age. The landscaping and buildings really transport you back in...More
I've reviewed this before, but couldn't help but to do it again. My family and I have been coming here for about 20 years and it seems to get better and better each time. To make it more fun- dress up in costume! It doesn't...More
For six years, we’ve made the trip and spent the day. It’s always fun to see some of the costuming; the live shows are very well done and entertaining - we MISSED the Vixens en Guard this year—they weren’t there and they’ve been a staple...More
We really enjoyed the Renaissance Faire much more than last year. There were a lot of shows, food and “ residents’ of Sterling Forest.
We dress up as we do ever year, however this year more Faire goers were in the costume spirit.
First you need to enjoy crowds of agreeable people from all walks of life, most in some form of outlandish attire at least vaguely reminiscent of the Renaissance (1300-1600's). If you don't like crowds or simply must have highly authentic Renaissance recreations, the Tuxedo Ren...More
I've been going to the Ren Faire for a number of years. Here is my feedback:
Prices appear to keep going up. It's now $25 - $30 per adult ticket, depending on if you get them in advance or not.
Some performers are a bit...More
This was our second time here and we had a wonderful day.The entertainment was good and well worth the admission fees. There is enough parking here and no shortage of food although some things were a bit on the expensive side like the orange float...More
Had a nice time at the New York Renaissance Faire. The different shows were fun to watch, interactive and professional. The vendors had a lot of interesting offerings and there were lots of choices for food. The setting is well-done and does take you back...More
I go to the Maryland Faire often and while I was in the area, I thought I would see what this one was like. They do a nice job of trying to make you feel like you are in a village. However, many of the...More