Renaissance Faire Costumes, Locations and Savings

Renaissance Faires offer Food, Dance, and Costumes

Renaissance Faires offer Food, Dance, and Costumes

Take part in local Renaissance Faires and spend the day or weekend enjoying entertainment, bravado, music and good food. Fairies, archers, and knights in shining armor await you, with turkey legs and dancing gypsies. Children love dressing up and enjoying the sights, which includes such activities as petting zoos, jousts, and demonstrations that will amaze even adults.

Be merry and take lessons from queens and peasants alike: Save money! Sign up for social sites like Living Social and Groupon to find deals in your area for festivals and fun events. Save on historical garb at Mr. Costumes using coupon code SaveAll2013 for 10% off your final order. Renaissance Faire costumes are as bright and vibrant as the Renaissance Faire itself.

Fun Revelry in Renaissance Costumes

Fun Revelry in Renaissance Costumes

Plus size Renaissance costumes are available for the Lords and Ladies, as well as pirates, peasants, tavern girls and jesters.

Take part in traditional activities as well as authentic Renaissance dress: tarot readings, May pole dances, and glass blowing lessons are just part of the fun at Ren Faires. Summer is the a popular season for Renaissance festivals; however, they take place at various times of the year in several states. There are plenty of Renaissance Faire and festival dates coming up for 2013. Here is a list:

  • Bristol Renaissance Fair: Kenosha, Wisconsin July – September
  • Canterbury Renaissance Faire: Silverton, Oregon mid-July
  • Camelot Days Medieval Festival: Hollywood, Florida mid-November
  • Carolina Renaissance Festival: Huntersville, North Carolina October – mid-November
  • Colorado Renaissance Festival: Larkspur, Colorado June – July
  • Connecticut Renaissance Faire: Hebron, Connecticut May – late June and late September – late October
  • Des Moines Renaissance Faire: Des Moines, Iowa Labor Day weekend – late September
  • Four Kingdoms Renaissance and Pyrate Faire: Rock Island, Illinois mid-October
  • Great Lakes Medieval Faire and Marketplace: Rock Creek, Ohio July – mid-August
  • Great Plains Renaissance Festivals: Wichita, Kansas mid-October
  • Greater St. Louis Renaissance Faire: Wentzville, Missouri mid-May – mid-June
  • Kansas City Renaissance Festival: Bonner Springs, Kansas September – mid-October
  • Kentucky Highland Renaissance Festival: Eminence, Kentucky early June – early July
  • King Richard’s Faire: Carver, Massachusetts September – late October
  • Koroneburg Old World Festival: Corona, California mid-May – mid-June
  • Louisiana Renaissance Festival: Hammond, Louisiana early November – mid-December
  • Maryland Renaissance Festival: Crownsville, Maryland late August – late October
  • Michigan Renaissance Festival: Holly, Michigan mid-August – September
  • Mid-Michigan Renaissance Festival: Vassar, Michigan early June – early July
  • Middlefaire Renaissance Festival: Hilsboro, Texas late October – mid-November
  • Midsummer Fantasy Renaissance Faire: Ansonia, Connecticut mid-June – early July
  • Minnesota Renaissance Festival: Shakopee, Minnesota mid-August – September
  • Northern California Renaissance Faire: Hollister, California mid-September – mid-October
  • Northern Renaissance Festival: Nine Miles Falls, Washington early July – early August
  • Ohio Renaissance Festival: Harveysburg, Ohio September – late-October
  • Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire: Manheim, Pennsylvania August – October
  • Pittsburgh Renaissance Festival: West Newton, Pennsylvania late August – September
  • Sarasota Medieval Fair: Sarasota, Florida mid-November
  • Sterling Renaissance Festival: Sterling, New York early July – mid-August
  • Texas Renaissance Festival: Plantersville, Texas October – November
  • Three Barons Renaissance Faire: Anchorage, Alaska early June
  • Valhalla Renaissance Faire: South Lake Tahoe, California Memorial Day weekend – mid-June
  • Virginia Renaissance Faire: Spotsylvania, Virginia mid-May – mid-June
  • Washington Midsummer Renaissance Faire: Bonney Lake, Washington August
  • Wild Rose Renaissance Faire: Columbus, Pennsylvania early – mid June
Gypsy Costumes great for Ren Faires

Gypsy Costumes great for Ren Faires

Have you ever gone to a Renaissance Faire? If so, let us know in the comments! Feel free to share photos. We’d love to see you in costume!

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