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Monday, August 31, 2015

Free Child Admission - The Carolina Renaissance Festival

When the weather cools down we, as a family, often look for fun things to do in our great state of North Carolina. We love to take day trips, go to festivals, zoos, museums, fairs and more. One place we have always wanted to go to is the Annual NC Renaissance Festival located in Huntersville, North Carolina.

Growing up I attended and participated in my local Renaissance Festival which was so much fun but on a smaller scale. I have always wanted to go to the big one. I have seen commercials, brochures, and have heard people tell me how much fun it is. My favorite thing is the costumes. I love all the bright colors and beautiful dresses. The atmosphere was always happy and there was something fun to see around every corner.



This year we are going to take our kids and let them experience the fun, pageantry, food, and learn what is was like to live in that time period. Not only will it be educational but so much fun. I'm super excited about this. I can't wait to share pictures of our day!



We'd love to see you there!! Bring your family and time travel to the Carolina Renaissance Festival where history comes alive with non-stop day-long entertainments, arts and crafts, games and rides, jousting knights on horseback, feasting and so much more! Each day inside the 25 acre Village of Fairhaven is filled with an abundance of attractions and entertainments for all ages. Enjoy your best day out in history 8 consecutive weekends, Saturdays and Sundays, October and November. Details online at Carolina.RenFestInfo.com



My readers get to save with your visit! FREE Child Admission! - Receive one FREE child admission for children age 5 - 12 with purchase of one full price adult ticket at Festival gate. Children under 5 are always free. Coupon is valid at the Festival ticket booth! Visit the US Family Guide to get your coupon. 



See you there!!!

11 comments:

  1. The Renaissance Festival looks really fun, something I've been wanting to go to!

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  2. I've never heard of this before, but it looks like a lot of fun and a good learning experience for kids.

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  3. Looks like so much fun! I love that you dress up in the costumes.

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  4. I went to the renaissance festival when I was little, and it was so much fun. I would love to bring my kids!

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  5. That looks like a ton of fun!! I've never been to a renaissance festival.

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  6. They have something similar in a town near us, but we've never been. It looks like a fun time.

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  7. This sounds awesome. I live in North Carolina so I might have to see this for myself.

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  8. This looks like SO much fun!! Wish I lived close to be able to go.

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    1. Visit www.usfamilyguide.com to find events near you!

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  9. How fun! We have a Ren Faire that comes here for a weekend every October and I'm hoping to get to go this year!

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  10. We just visited our local Ren Festival here in Ohio, it's always quite interesting and a day full of entertainment!

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