Kansas City Renaissance Festival
Price: Adults: $20.95; Children (5-12): $11.95.
Hours: Open 10am-7pm Sat.-Sun.
Huzzah and Cheers for 37 years!
The Kansas City Renaissance Festival, a Kansas City fall tradition celebrating 37 years of Huzzah & Cheers, opening Labor Day weekend August 31st thru October 14th 2013, weekends, Labor Day and Columbus Day 10am - 7pm, rain or shine in beautiful Bonner Springs, Kansas. The Kansas City Renaissance Festival is like walking through the gates of time to another age where guests from around the metro, the Midwest, the country and sometimes the world get a taste of 16th century life. There are discount specials listed at www.kcrenfest.com or guests can call 800-373-0357 for group ticket prices and information on parties and weddings at the Festival. Discount tickets can be purchased at Kansas City Hy Vee's, Walgreen's regional Dillon's, Baker's and Gerbe's and online at www.kcrenfest.com. Each year, nearly 300 school groups ranging from elementary to high school travel to the Festival for a fun learning experience. These groups hail from across Kansas and Missouri as well as Nebraska, Iowa, Arkansas and Oklahoma to complement their in-class learning with a fun, interactive view of life in the Renaissance and through the Living History Tour. www.kcrenfest.com has games and curriculum activities specifically designed to compliment what students learn at the Festival. After over three decades of entertaining the Midwest with the sights and sounds of Renaissance England, this event has become almost synonymous with autumn in Kansas City. As guests have come to expect, Festival organizers and participants will offer an escape from this century and a chance to play, if only for a day, in the village of Canterbury. Where else can you feast like royalty, dance like gypsies, quaff ale with colorful villagers, shop among 165 skilled artisans and watch noble knights joust for honor all in the same day?...
October 17th - 20th and 24th - 27th at 6:30 pm. Please join us for this howling good time. Only 150 guests each night can join this interactive show that starts each evening at 6:30 pm. Torches will burn as you enter the gates! Pass by the Fountain of Blood on your way to the spooky dining area!
A Wonderful Time.
5 out of 5 stars
E. S. - Blue Springs, MO
We went this weekend as a family outing and had a wonderful time! We saw many people dressed up in Renaissance attire. We had been before so we allowed our daughter to wear a fairy costume. There is so much to do here so make sure you reserve at least a half day for the festival!
Tea with the Queen is especially nice
5 out of 5 stars
Lisa Y. - Leawood, KS
KC Renaissance Festival, Fall weekends, fun and merriment, oh, and shopping and dining! We are season ticket holders and have gone for 20 some years. We still enjoy this family outing most weekends, it's like extended family. Tea with the Queen is especially nice.
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