Time Travel Adventuring for the Whole Family




The Scarborough Renaissance Festival will provide a Royal rollicking experience for the whole family on weekends between April 8 and May 29 in in Waxahachie. Revelers will enjoy 24 stages of extraordinary non-stop entertainment, full combat jousting, Birds of Prey exhibitions, a human chess match, the Mermaid Lagoon  and 150 members of the traveling performing company.

There are 200 shoppes of exquisite crafts made by artisans demonstrating glass blowing, stone carving, metal forging, leather works, glass sculpting and weaving. Children’s knighting ceremonies, a grande parade, Renaissance rides, games of skill are just a few of the unique attractions.

Different weekends have special themes and events, such as Kids Free Weekend on April 8, the Royal Ale Festival, Celtic Weekend, Mother’s Day Brunch and Renaissance Romance’s Vow Renewal celebrations.

Visitors can feast on giant roasted turkey legs, the largest food-on-a-stick selection in Texas, Scottish eggs or daily special creations. The Rose & Crown Inn, offers a sit-down dining experience with daily specials.

For more information, visit SRFestival.com.

 

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