Explore the Hudson Valley

Experience The Hudson Valley

Spend the day in the SPIRIT of IMAGINATION and PLAY!

  |   August 11, 2012  |  Comment

2012 marks the 35th Anniversary Celebration of the New York Renaissance Faire, located in Tuxedo, New York. The Faire is a rollicking romp through Elizabethan England, set within the Majestic Groves of the Sterling Forest.  Travel back in time and join Her Royal Majesty Queen Elizabeth I on a grand visit to an amazing 16th Century Faire. Experience this place where hundreds of brightly costumed performers take the stage and fill the bustling streets with laughter! Stroll our quaint village as the music of the Renaissance surrounds you. Cheer your favorite knight at the Joust Tournament. Meet Robin Hood and his Merry Men. Feast on savory sweets and tempting treats. See amazing acrobatics, magicians, jugglers, swashbuckling pirates, and more. Watch a Living Chess Match and laugh at tall tales! Play a game of skill or chance. Browse our Marketplace featuring over 100 artisans offering the finest in handmade wares. Where Fantasy Rules!

DATES: WEEKENDS INCLUDING LABOR DAY
August 4th through September 23rd 2012
Saturdays, Sundays & Labor Day Monday
10:00 am to 7:00 pm – Open Rain or Shine

WHERE: 600 Route 17A – Sterling Forest – Tuxedo, NY 10987; 40 Minutes from Manhattan; in the heart of the Hudson Valley; 11 miles south of The Woodbury Common Premium Outlets

TICKETS: At the Box Office on Faire Days
• Adult Ticket: $22.00 (ages 13 & up)
• Child Ticket: $11.00 (ages 5-12)
• Children under 5 years of age, always FREE!

DISCOUNTS: Discount Tickets available on-line at WWW.RENFAIR.COM
• Group Rates available for 15 or more by calling 845-351-5174
• Senior & Military discounts at the Box Office on Faire Days

PARKING: General Parking Free! – Preferred Parking $5.00 per vehicle
Transportation: GET ON THE BUS! Ride like a KING or QUEEN! On event days, DIRECT round-trip bus transportation is available from Port Authority in NYC directly to the Faire! Visit: www.shortlinebus.com

 

 

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