Minnesota Renaissance Festival

★★★★☆
  • 12364 Chestnut Blvd

    Shakopee, MN 55379

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  • 952-445-7361

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The Renaissance Festival is a great family place to go. There's food, shows, games and more. There are of course the delicious Turkey legs. There's jousting and lots of other things that would happen in the Renaissance though not really authentic at all. The workers get really into there roles and its really fun.

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The Renaissance Festival is a great family place to go. There's food, shows, games and more. There are of course the delicious Turkey legs. There's jousting and lots of other things that would happen in the Renaissance though not really authentic at all. The workers get really into there roles and its really fun.

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The Renaissance Festival is a favorite family activity of ours. There is something for everyone. It is so much fun to watch all of the shows. There are lots of unique gift shops and artisans. The kids or adults for that matter can ride elephants and camels. Honestly, I think the food is much better than at the State Fair. Yes, you can expect to spend some money here, but it is worth it. And, if you have a Happening's book, check out the coupon for admission.

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★★★★☆

The Renaissance Festival is a favorite family activity of ours. There is something for everyone. It is so much fun to watch all of the shows. There are lots of unique gift shops and artisans. The kids or adults for that matter can ride elephants and camels. Honestly, I think the food is much better than at the State Fair. Yes, you can expect to spend some money here, but it is worth it. And, if you have a Happening's book, check out the coupon for admission.

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It is open weekends the end of August and September. They have authetic food and fair. There are many dressed in costume and people who attend also dress up. There is a great comedy stage with Puke and Snot--good show. They also have jousting and you can see the king and queen. You can eat drumsticks and other interesting food. They also have various crafts you can buy.

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It is open weekends the end of August and September. They have authetic food and fair. There are many dressed in costume and people who attend also dress up. There is a great comedy stage with Puke and Snot--good show. They also have jousting and you can see the king and queen. You can eat drumsticks and other interesting food. They also have various crafts you can buy.

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Depending on how hot the weather is this could be a very fun time, or a miserable time. If it is too windy outside it becomes a huge dust bowl. I do think it is quite expensive to get in, espcially when there really aren't any free perks. Sure you see people walking around dressed in the full on renaissance gear and every once in a while you might be able to catch a show, but what really are you paying for. There is absolutely no shelter, so you are truly at the weather's mercy.

The food prices can become outrageous very quickly and there are severl bees or meat eaters (not sure what they are called) flying everywhere because everyone gets sticky with the weather. Overall, we had an absolute miserable time and left hungry, dirty and sweaty! Yuck!

PROS: Pretty Dresses and Ribbons
CONS: Dusty, Dirty, Expensive

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Depending on how hot the weather is this could be a very fun time, or a miserable time. If it is too windy outside it becomes a huge dust bowl. I do think it is quite expensive to get in, espcially when there really aren't any free perks. Sure you see people walking around dressed in the full on renaissance gear and every once in a while you might be able to catch a show, but what really are you paying for. There is absolutely no shelter, so you are truly at the weather's mercy.

The food prices can become outrageous very quickly and there are severl bees or meat eaters (not sure what they are called) flying everywhere because everyone gets sticky with the weather. Overall, we had an absolute miserable time and left hungry, dirty and sweaty! Yuck!

PROS: Pretty Dresses and Ribbons
CONS: Dusty, Dirty, Expensive

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