he Maryland Renaissance Festival has become the region's premier outdoor event and the second largest Renaissance Festival in the country. Since the Festival'sfirst season as a ramshackle village in 1977, the event has matured into a large theme show with more than 1,300 participants and 280,000 guests per season.
King Richard’s Faire is a renaissance fair held in Carver, Massachusetts, which recreates a 16th-century marketplace, including handmade crafts, foods, musicians, singers, dancers, minstrels, mimes, jugglers, whippers, magicians, comedians, puppeteers, gymnasts, exotic animals (including Siberian tigers and ligers), acrobats, mud beggars, stilt walkers, knights jousting on horseback, a royal court, and the fictional King Richard. King Richard’s Faire is the longest-running renaissance fair in New England.
The Sterling Renaissance Festival is one of the oldest and most successful producers of professional interactive entertainment in the world. Thrill to the excitement of over 100 stage and street performers, professional actors, comedians and musicians who whimsically recreate an authentic English Renaissance village.
The Colorado Renaissance Festival takes you on a magical tour through time and legend. As you wander down the village streets and pathways of the Colorado Renaissance Festival, ready thyself to revel with the master revelers, watch artisans create original works of their ancient craft and be taken in by the tantalizing aromas of roast turkey legs, steak on a stake, fresh baked goods and much, much more!
The annual Scarborough Renaissance Festival in Waxahachie transforms modern-day Texas into a whimsical village from a bygone era. Set during select weekends in the spring, the festival features over 200 folkloric performances on 21 stages, jousting tournaments, court dancing, magicians, wedding gardens, a petting zoo, human chess matches, mazes, knighting ceremonies and demonstrations of sword making and glass blowing.
Sherwood Forest Faire is a Renaissance Festival based on the tales of Robin Hood and his Merry Men.
Founded in 2010, Sherwood Forest is a 23 acre permanent village set in the beautiful Lost Pines region of Texas. It features well over 100 permanent buildings including shoppes, pubs, restaurants and stages.