List of Renaissance fairs
This is a list of Renaissance fairs worldwide.
Included below are the fairs in the United States which are either notably long running or which regularly have had at least a two-week or better run. Generally, renaissance fairs are open weekends-only during the periods indicated. States are listed first and dates are codified to facilitate searching by state and by date.
|Name||State||Local site & buildings type||Setting info||Year opened||Area & other info||Annual season||Attendance reported||Reference/external link|
|Age of Chivalry Festival||Nevada||Sunset Park; semi-permanent site||Five Renaissance villages;||1994||4 stages||(10b) mid October (one weekend)||LV Ren Fair|
|Alabama Renaissance Faire||Alabama||Wilson Park, Florence, Al||Fountain on the Green||1987||2 stages||4th Weekend of October||35,000||http://www.alrenfaire.org/|
|Arizona Renaissance Festival||Arizona||Gold Canyon; permanent site||Village of Fairhaven;||1989||30 acres; 13 stages||(02a) early February – mid March (eight weekends)||265,000 (2004 season)||Arizona RenFest|
|Bay Area Renaissance Festival||Florida||Museum of Science & IndustryTampa; permanent site||Village of Fittleworth during the reign of Henry VIII and Katherine Parr, Germanic mercenaries, Celts, some fantasy elements||1979||pet friendly||(02b) mid-February – early April (seven weekends)||80,000 (in 1990s)||Bay Area RenFest|
|Brevard Renaissance Fair||Florida||Wickham Park, Florida, 2500 Parkway Dr, Melbourne; non-permanent site||Shire of Wickham;||2014||20 acres; nine stages||(02c) Mid – January and first weekend of February (three weekends)||25,000 (season)||Brevard Renaissance Fair|
|Bristol Renaissance Faire||Wisconsin||Bristol; permanent site||1574 Bristol, England; Tudor, some fantasy aspects; RenQuest RPG||1972||16 stages; 30 fair acres (third largest in U.S.)||(07a) July – Labor Day weekend (nine weekends)||198,000 (season)||Bristol RenFair|
|Camelot Days Medieval Festival||Florida||Topeekeegee Yugnee Park, Hollywood; non-permanent site||Arthurian times||2003||pets allowed||(11b) mid-November||4,000 (2012)||Camelot Days|
|Canterbury Renaissance Faire||Oregon||6569 Valley View Rd, Silverton||Village of "Canterbury"; Elizabethan England (1558-1603)||2009||four stages, six-plus acres||(07b) mid-July||10,000||Canterbury Faire|
|Heavener Runestone Viking Festival||Oklahoma||Heavener Runestone Park||Viking Festival||2011||2 stages, battlefield, 55 acres,30+ merchants, camping||2nd weekend of April and October||2500||http://www.facebook.com/heavenervikingfestival|
|Carolina Renaissance Festival||North Carolina||Huntersville; permanent||Fictional "Fairhaven"||1994||14 stages, 25 acres||(10a) October -November (eight weekends)||210,000 (2017 season)||Carolina Renaissance Festival|
|Colorado Renaissance Festival||Colorado||Larkspur; permanent||16th-century Tudor village; pirates, fantasy elements||1975||60 fair acres; 338 total acres including camping||(06a) June – August (~eight weekends)||250,000 (2017 season)||Colorado Renaissance|
|Connecticut Renaissance Faire (Fall)||Connecticut||Lebanon||Queen Elizabeth (England village of "Lebonshire"); Event Weekends (Cosplay, Doctor Who, Romance)||1999||(09c) early September – mid-October (six weekends)||30,000 (season)||CT Faire|
|Robin Hoods Faire (Spring)||Massachusetts||Lancaster||Robin Hood (England circa 1150 A.D.); fantasy elements encouraged||2010||five stages; parking||(05b) mid-May (three weekends)||2,000/day; three weekends||Robin Hoods Faire|
|Door County Fantasy Renaissance Faire||Wisconsin||Egg Harbor||Shire of "Enchanted"; Arthurian, Elizabethan and fantasy elements||2011||(06c) late June – early July (two weekends)||Door Co. Renaissance|
|Florida Renaissance Festival – Deerfield Beach||Florida||Quiet Waters Park, Deerfield Beach||16th century renaissance||1993||(02a) February – March (including Presidents' Day)||90,000||Florida RenFest|
|Florida Renaissance Festival – Miami||Florida||Cauley Square Historic Village, Miami; semi-permanent||Early 16th-century Renaissance village||2009||(04a) April||45,000+||Florida RenFest|
|Georgia Renaissance Festival||Georgia||Fairburn; permanent||The village of "Newcastle" during the reign of King Henry VIII||1986||32 acres||(04c) mid-April – June||250,000 (2004 season)||Georgia Ren Fest|
|Grand Lake Renaissance Festival||Oklahoma||438415 E. Hwy 60, Vinita; Semi-Permanent Site||1540 Queensferry, Scotland; Reign of King James V||2015||5 stages; FREE parking; onsite camping for participants only||Last Full Weekend of March every year||1,000||http://okierennie1.wixsite.com/williams-entertain/grand-lake-renaissance-festival|
|Great Lakes Medieval Faire and Marketplace||Ohio||Rock Creek; permanent||The 13th-century forest kingdom of "Avaloch"; historic, fantasy, super-heroes, futuristic||1992||13 fair acres||(07a) early July – mid-August||45,000 (2007 season)||Medieval Faire|
|Great Plains Renaissance Festivals||Kansas||Wichita||1300 A.D. in the shire of "Talonterra"||2004||(04b) mid-April and (10b) mid-October||Great Plains|
|Greater St. Louis Renaissance Faire||Missouri||Wentzville; permanent||"Petit Lyon", France during a 16th-century visit from King François I||1998||(05b) mid-September – mid-October||25,000||St. Louis Renaissance Faire|
|Hoggetowne Medieval Faire||Florida||Alachua County Fairgrounds, Gainesville; permanent||Village of "Hoggetowne" during King Arthur's reign||1987||(01c) late January – early February||50,000 (2011 season)||Hoggetowne Fair|
|Kansas City Renaissance Festival||Kansas||Bonner Springs; permanent||1536 in "Canterbury"; Henry VIII, pirates, some fantasy and Robin Hood||1977||16 acres||(09a) September – mid-October||192,000 (2008 season)||Kansas City RenFest|
|Kentucky Highland Renaissance Festival||Kentucky||Eminence; permanent||Fictional "Briarwood", Scotland during the 14th-century reign of King Robert the Bruce||2005||113 acres||(06a) early June – early July||25,000||Highlands Ren Faire|
|King Richard's Faire||Massachusetts||Carver; permanent||16th-century marketplace of "Carvershire"||1982||80 acres (total), 9.9 festival acres (approx.)||(09a) September – late October||King Richard's Faire|
|Koroneburg Renaissance Festival||California||Riverview Recreation Park, 14600 Baron Drive, Corona; permanent||Baron Heinrich von Lauffer's estate, a German village located along the Rhine, circa 1450-1600||1998||120-acre park; nine festival acres; five stages||(05b) last weekend of May – first 4 weekends of June||Koroneburg Renaissance Festival|
|Louisiana Renaissance Festival||Louisiana||Hammond||Fall harvest in the 16th-century English village of "Albright"||1999||(11a) early November – mid-December||25,000 (2007 season)||Louisiana Renaissance|
|Maryland Renaissance Festival||Maryland||Crownsville; permanent||Fictional Tudor village of "Revel Grove"||1977||25 fair acres; 85 parking acres||(08c) late August – late October||280,000 (2012 season)||Maryland Renaissance Festival|
|Medieval Fair of Norman||Oklahoma||Norman; temporary||c. 1350 London, under the reign of King Edward III; some fantasy elements||1977||10 acres||(04a) one weekend early April||350,000 (2015 season)||Medieval Fair of Norman|
|Michigan Renaissance Festival||Michigan||Holly; permanent||"Hollygrove" village, late 16th-century England||1979||100 acres (total), 17 acres (festival grounds)||(08b) mid-August – end of September||230,000 (2004 season)||Michigan Renaissance Festival|
|Mid-Michigan Renaissance Festival||Michigan||Frankenmuth/Vassar, Michigan; permanent||Queen Anna of Bohemia with Martin Luther and various mythical and fantasy characters||2008||five fair acres; 12 parking acres||(06a) June||Mid-Michigan RenFest|
|Middlefaire Renaissance Festival||Texas||Hillsboro; permanent||1652 A.D. in "Wiltonshire"; buccaneers, baroque characters, fantasy elements||2006||21 acres; camping||(06a) early June: Texas Pirate Festival,
(07b) mid July: Magical & Medieval Fantasy Faire, and
(10c) late October – mid November: Middlefaire
|3,500||Texas Middlefaire Events|
|Midsummer Fantasy Renaissance Faire||Connecticut||Warsaw Park, Ansonia||Year unknown, in the Anleighshire, Kingdom of Cuulayne; under fictional King Tonitrus; fantasy immersion||2011||parking||(06b) mid-June – early July||Midsummer Fantasy Renaissance Faire|
|Minnesota Renaissance Festival||Minnesota||Shakopee; permanent||16th-century "England-like" fantasy kingdom||1971||22 acres||(08b) mid-August – September||320,000 (2011 season)||Renaissance Fest|
|New Hampshire Renaissance Faire||New Hampshire||Fremont, NH||A family friendly, educational, visual, and theatrical event.||Mid May 2 consecutive weekends||http://www.nhrenfaire.com/|
|New Jersey Renaissance Faire||New Jersey||Liberty Lake Day Camp and picnic grove,
|16th-century fictional village of Crossford in Northumberland; combines historical and fictional "visitors from time" with fantasy and magic, such as Shakespeare, Robin Hood, King Arthur. etc.||2009||60 acres (including 7 acre lake)||(05d) Last weekend in May, first two weekends in June||10,000 average – 12,500 (2015 season)||New Jersey Renaissance Faire|
|New York Renaissance Faire||New York||Tuxedo; permanent||The fictional town of "Sterling" in late 16th-century Elizabethan England||1977||65 acres, 20 stages||(08a) August – September||140,000 (2010 season)||Ren Faire – NY|
|North Carolina Renaissance Faire||North Carolina||Knightdale; permanent||1575 in the Elizabethan village of "Kingston-upon-Hull"||1995||22 fair acres||(04a) early – mid-April (two weekends)||25,000||North Carolina Ren Faire|
|Northern California Renaissance Faire||California||Hollister; non-permanent||Derbyshire village of "Willingtown"; mid 1600s||2004||11 acres||(09b) mid-September – mid-October (six weekends)||150,000||NorCal RenFaire|
|Northwest Renaissance Festival||Washington||Nine Mile Falls||1520, in the Tudor village of "Pleasance"||1995||(07a) early July – early August (four weekends)||Northwest Renaissance Festival|
|Nottingham Festival||California||Simi Valley; non-permanent||Nottingham, Elizabethan England||2013||November||Nottingham Festival|
|Ohio Renaissance Festival||Ohio||Harveysburg; permanent||1572 A.D. in the English village of "Willy-Nilly on the Wash;" during the reign of Elizabeth I||1990||30 acres||(09a) September – late-October (eight weekends)||165,000 (season)||Renaissance Festival|
|Oklahoma Renaissance Festival||Oklahoma||Muskogee; permanent||1569 during the reign of Elizabeth I "Castleton" border town of Scotland & England, multiple country quarters (Italian, Celtic)||1995||30 fair acres; 40 acres parking||(04b)Late April thru first weekend June (six weekends)||88,000 (2017 season)||The Castle of Muskogee|
|Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire||Pennsylvania||Mount Hope Estate Manheim; permanent||1589 English shire of "Mount Hope"; features Marlowe, Shakespeare and Elizabeth I, since 2014 an early Tudor Henry VIII theme||1981||35 acres||(08a) August – October (thirteen weekends)||250,000 (season)||Penn Faire|
|Pirate Fest Las Vegas||Nevada||Craig Ranch Regional Park||Pirates and fantasy||Nevada RenFest|
|Pittsburgh Renaissance Festival||Pennsylvania||West Newton; permanent||"Morelandshire;" during the 16th century||1994||20 fair acres; 280 parking acres||(08c) late August – September (five weekends)||55,000 (2005 season)||Pittsburgh RenFest|
|Renaissance Pleasure Faire of Southern California||California||Irwindale||The market at "Port Deptford"; late 16th century||1962 (oldest)||20 acres||(04a) April – late May||200,000 (2004 season)||SoCal RenFair|
|Riverdale Kiwanis Medieval Faire||Florida||Lakes Park, Ft. Myers||900 – 1300 A.D.||1996||(01b) mid-January – late January||Medieval Faire|
|Sarasota Medieval Fair||Florida||Sarasota Fairgrounds, Sarasota||1381 A.D.||2005||(11b) mid-November||25,000 (2011 season)||Sarasota MedFair|
|Scarborough Renaissance Festival||Texas||Waxahachie; permanent||1521 Scarborough, under the reign of King Henry VIII||1981||35 acres||(04a) early April – Memorial Day||200,000 (2010 season)||Scarborough Fair|
|Sherwood Forest Faire||Texas||Paige; permanent site||1189-1199, Sherwood Forest; under the reign of Richard the Lion Hearted; some fantasy elements||2010||100 permanent buildings on 25 acres, including a complete castle.
General Population camping as well as clan camping sites
|(02b) early March – late April||101,000 (2019 season)||Sherwood Forest Faire|
|Siouxland Renaissance Festival||South Dakota||W.H. Lyon Fairgrounds, Sioux Falls, Sd||Shrewsbury, England 1575, the 17th year of Her Royal Majesty, Queen Elizabeth’s reign||2001||six stages, parking, camping at fairgrounds||First Weekend of June||3,500||http://siouxlandrenfest.com|
|Spring Escondido Renaissance Faire||Felicita County Park||Escondido, California; semi-permanent||The Shire of Escondido; Her Majesty, Queen "Elizabeth Gloriana"||2000||53 acres||April and May||5,000||Old Tyme Productions|
|Sterling Renaissance Festival||New York||Sterling; permanent||The fictional village of "Warwick;" 1585 England||1976||35+ acres; 12 stages; some camping areas||(07a) July - August||100,000||Sterling, NY Festival|
|Tennessee Renaissance Festival||Tennessee||Arrington-Triune; permanent||16th-century town of "Covington Glen;" features a full-sized replica "border castle", known as "Castell Gwynn"||1985||68 acres||(05a) May (four weekends)||45,000 (2008 season)||Tennessee RenFest|
|Texas Renaissance Festival||Texas||Todd Mission; permanent||The King's "New Market Village;" 3rd–16th century; Roman, Scots, Celts, pirates, fantasy||1974||25 stages; 55 fair acres; 200+ camping acres; parking;||(10a) October – November (nine weekends)||678,500 (2016 season)||TRF|
|Three Barons Renaissance Faire||Alaska||3400 East Tudor Rd, Anchorage; semi-permanent||The Italian, Arabic, and English camps at the village of "Hillshire;" pirates, fantasy||1992||No pets;||(06a) first two full weekends in June||3 Barons|
|Utah Renaissance Festival and Fantasy Faire||Utah||Marriott-Slaterville; semi-permanent||1500-1650 in medieval "Hawkhurst;" some fantasy elements||2006||52 acres||(05a) May (four weekends)||25,000 (2011 season)||Utah RenFest|
|Valhalla Renaissance Faire||California||Camp Richardson, South Lake Tahoe; semi-permanent||1580 Elizabethan England; nobility, pirates, barbarians||1993||three stages; seven acres||(05c) Memorial day weekend – mid-June||49,000 (2010 season)||ValhallaFaire|
|Virginia Renaissance Faire||Virginia||Spotsylvania; semi-permanent||Elizabethan village of "Stafford" in the 1580s; pirates, Celts; inventors||2002||No pets;||(05b) mid-May – mid-June (four weekends)||20,000 (2014 season)||Virginia Renaissance Faire|
|Washington Midsummer Renaissance Faire||Washington||The Kelley Farm, Bonney Lake; permanent site||The 1577 village of "Merriwick", Elizabethan England; pirates, carnival, fantasy elements||2010||Pets allowed; six stages; 150 acres (approx.); campsites available||(08a) August||45,000 (2015)||Midsummer Faire|
|Ye Merrie Greenwood Renaissance Faire||Washington||Columbia Park, Kennewick, Washington||Elizabethan/Shakespearean Era celebration, circa 1585, vendors, performances, jousting||1989||eight stages||(09b) mid-September||5,000 (2016)||Ye Merrie Greenwood Players|
Most Canadian events are only one weekend in duration. Those notable and older than 10 years are listed here.
|Name||Location||Setting||Year opened||Area||Season||Average seasonal attendance||Reference / external link|
|Robin in the Hood||Gibson Park, Elmira, Ontario (non-permanent)||Fictional Elmira; King Richard, Prince John, and Robin Hood||2001||mid-May (one weekend)||two stages; pets allowed; (repeating non-permanent)||Robin in the Hood Medieval Festival|
|Kingdom of Osgoode Medieval Festival||5673 Osgoode Main Street, Osgoode, Ontario||Kingdom of Osgoode; middle ages; knights, vikings||2008||one stage; camping; no pets; (repeating non-permanent)||mid-July (one weekend)||Osgoode Medieval Fest|
|Montreal Medieval Fair (Salon de la Passion Medievale)||Centre Pierre Charbonneau, Montreal, Quebec||2001||(repeating non-permanent)||early May (one weekend)||Salon Medieval|
|Oxford Renaissance Festival||Dorchester Fairgrounds, 4939 Hamilton Rd, Dorchester, ON N0L 1G6||Village of Wolvercote in the 1560s.||2013||6 stages, indoor pub. Free parking, open rain or shine||One weekend near the end of June||Oxford Renaissance Festival|
Australia and New Zealand
Most Australian events are only one or two days in duration. Notable Renaissance and Medieval events (older than 10 years) are listed here.
|Name||Location||Setting||Year opened||Area||Season||Average seasonal attendance||Reference / external link|
|Abbey Tournament and Medieval Festival||Abbey Museum, Brisbane, Australia||600 – 1600 A.D.; authentic||1990||late June – early July||37,000 (season)||Tournament|
|Balingup Medieval Carnivale||Balingup, Western Australia, Australia||"Balingup Village"||1996||late August||Balingup MedFest|
|Name||Location||Setting||Year opened||Area||Season||Average seasonal attendance||Reference / external link|
|European Renaissance and Carnival of Venice (Festival Europeo di Rievocazioni Storiche)||Venice, Italy||Historic "Venezia" in the Middle Ages; many fantasy elements as it is also part of the Carnival of Venice||1979||at the Piazza San Marco||February||European Rennaissance of Candela
(Candela,)italy 2013 at piazzetta May
|Castlefest||Lisse, Netherlands||Medieval scenes, games and more, related to renaissance and fantasy||2004||Throughout the castle grounds of castle Keukenhof||early August||http://castlefest.nl/news/|
|Jorvik Viking Festival||York, England||Viking town of "Jorvik" in 948 A.D.||1984||At the site of old Viking settlement of Jorvik||mid-January and mid-February||40,000 (2011 season)||Viking Fest|
|Kaltenberger Knights Tournament (Ritterturnier)||Kaltenberg Castle, Geltendorf, Bavaria, Germany||14th-century medieval marketplace; authentic||1980||Throughout the castle grounds||early – late July||120,000 (2010 season)||Ritterturnier|
|Medieval Market of Turku||City of Turku, Finland||A medieval marketplace in the 14th and 15th centuries||1996||Old Great Square||late June||100,000 (2005 season)||Medieval Market|
|Medieval Rose Festival||Rhodes, Greece||It's 1309 thru 1523 A.D. on the "Island of Rhodos"; some fantasy elements||2005||late May – early July||Medieval Rhodes|
|Medieval Week on Gotland||Visby, Gotland Island, Sweden||1361 A.D. in the Middle Ages market town of "Visby"; authentic||1984||The entire island||early – mid-August||Medeltidsveckan|
|Montelago Celtic Festival (Il Festival di Montelago)||Marche, Serravalle di Chienti, Italy||Late Middle Ages fantasy Celtic villages, lectures and games||2002||Upland of Taverne, Serravalle, Macerata||First weekend of August||Montelago Celtic Festival website|
|Santa Maria Medieval Journey (Viagem Medieval em Terra de Santa Maria)||Santa Maria da Feira, Aveiro, Portugal||The early 15th century in the village of "Feira" marketplace and castle; authentic||In the Feira castle and surrounding city streets||late July – early August||Santa Maria Feira Medieval|
|Duke John's Festival (Hertug Hans Festival)||Haderslev, South Jutland, Denmark||Duke John II's reign in Haderslev, and the bringing of reformation to Denmark||The town center of Haderslev||early June||Homepage|
|Federicus||Altamura, Italy||The king Frederick II visits the city with his entourage||2012||Historic city center||last weekend of April (three days)||Federicus|
|Renesansni festival Koprivnica (Renaissance fair Koprivnica)||Koprivnica, Croatia||4 day historical mega spectacle Renaissance Festival kerning late medieval historical facts and originality of Koprivnica, Drava and the Croatian cultural heritage values||2005||Koprivnica fortress walls||late August||50,000||Renesanski festival Koprivnica|
|Zeitreise ins Mittelalter Eggenburg||Eggenburg, Austria||Cultural medieval festival; yearly changing topic (2015: The Reception of the Middle Ages; 2016: Myths and Legends; 2017: The 500 Anniversary of the Reformation)||1995||In the historic center of Eggenburg||Second weekend of September||30,000||Zeitreise ins Mittelalter Eggenburg|
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