Escape the Modern World
Step back in time with the 13th annual Lady of the Lake Renaissance Faire.
This year, the Faire has expanded to two exciting weekends. Come for the day or for both weekends! And if you do stay, **the King has found a new place to lay his head,** affordable for Nobles and Peasants! Read more under Lodging!
We’ve also moved to a larger site which features much more shade, and more room for fun! See our all new site plan.
Education Day is Nov. 13. Tickets are $5 for students and chaperones at the gate.
We welcome service dogs and will not turn away patrons with Dogs, Ferrets or the like but we prefer to keep this event human in consideration of all guests.
Tis the Year of our Lord, 1606 and King James I is on the throne. King James is the son of Mary, Queen of Scots, great-great-grandson to Henry VII, and cousin to Queen Elizabeth I. Already the King of the Scots, King James becomes the monarch of England and Ireland following Queen Elizabeth’s death in 1603.
The Faire features over 70 performers – including jugglers, knights in armor, jousting, fire-eaters, pirates, dancers, villagers, historical characters and a variety of musicians. Over 60 artisans fill the village, working in mediums such as pottery, leather work, blacksmithing, sculpture, candle making, just to name a few. The crafts and entertainment combine with thematic games and foods to create a glimpse of marketplace celebrations and life in the 16th century.