Carolina Renaissance Festivals 2017


A Homeschool Field Trip They’ll Remember

Renaissance Festivals immerse us in history! The costumes and activities take us back to a primitive era of jousting, violent battles, fools, and royal decrees. They take us back to a simple time of myths, mystics and fairies. Visit a North Carolina Renaissance Festival for a little bit of fun along with some historical rein-enactment and a great student price.

Piedmont Area Renaissance Festival

The Carolina Renaissance Festival is a cornucopia of sights, sounds and experiences, bringing to life the ambiance of an early European village celebration. The Festival will open on three special weekdays to accommodate students and teachers who wish to enjoy a very distinctive field trip opportunity. Costumed characters delight audiences with staged presentations, village artisans provide craft demonstrations and living history troops, such as The Queen’s Court, bring the 16th Century to life. 12 stages are scheduled with music, dance and comedy acts every half hour. Craft demonstrations are on-going throughout the day. A major Festival feature is the re-creation of jousting tournaments with knights in armor performing on horseback in the King’s Tournament Arena. Our Student Days Program was created to highlight the educational aspects of the Festival and to give school groups a chance to join the fun!!!

The 2017 Student Days at the Carolina Renaissance Fair at 16445 Poplar Tent Road in Huntersville, NC, 28078 will be Tuesday, October 10, 2017 for Elementary School & Middle School, Wednesday, October 11 for Middle School, and Thursday, October 12 for High School & Middle School students. This includes home school groups.

Students will be transported to the past from 9:00 a.m to 2:30 p.m. –  choose the date that best matches the group’s average grade level if you are a homeschooler.

The 2017 Student Day Entertainment Schedule of Events will be made available for download by September 1st, 2017, so check back here or at their website.

Registration

Admission cost is $10 per student and one chaperone is admitted FREE per every eight students for orders placed in advance on or by the deadline date. Additional chaperone tickets are $10 each. Bus Drivers are admitted for FREE by showing their ID at the info booth.

CLICK HERE to go to the Homeschool Group Order Form

 

Home School orders will not be mailed. You can pick your tickets up on the day of your attendance. Call 704- 896-5555 if you have questions, or need to adjust your student order.

NOTE: coupons and weekend festival tickets are not accepted on Student Days; including Harris Teeter discount tickets and online Print-At-Home discount tickets.

Coastal Area Renaissance Fair 2017

The 7th annual Fort Bragg, North Carolina Renaissance Faire

Medieval Fantasies Company in cooperation with the Family, Moral, Welfare and Recreation Department is honored to present one of the finest Renaissance Faires in North Carolina!

The 7th Annual Fort Bragg Renaissance Faire will be at Smith Lake Recreation Area, 1200 Honeycutt Road in Fayetteville, NC 28311,  from September 16-17, 2017. Saturday from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. you can enter for just $10 per carload!

Beneath the shadowed canopy of the pine trees, Patrons enter a magical world of valiant knights, beautiful damsels, feasting and merriment. Browse through the village of Merchants offering exciting wares from far away lands. Enjoy roasted turkey legs, delicious treats, and cool refreshing beverages as magicians, musicians, and dancers entertain you. Join the dance at the Masquerade Ball follow by the Pub sing, thrill to the clash of armoured knights, and revel in the spectacle of a world long past come to life before your very eyes.

NOTE: The entrance to Smith Lake Recreation Area (Park, Army Travel Campground and Beach) is accessible from Honeycutt Road on to Smith Lake Road. The access road off of Murchison Road is now permanently closed.  For Directions please CLICK HERE because GPS devices do not recognize Smith Lake Road.

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