Is the Maryland Renaissance Festival Canceled for 2021?
THE 2021 SEASON IS COMPLETE! and employees we thank you all for your patronage and an outstanding season. We look forward to opening the gates of Revel Grove again on August 27th, 2022 for nine weekends of merriment.
Who owns the Maryland Renaissance Festival?
“We’re looking for elbow room, so it’s not as congested,” said Jules Smith, president of the company that owns the festival that has operated in Crownsville for nearly 30 years.
Is the Maryland Renaissance Festival Cancelled?
Hear ye, hear ye: The Maryland Renaissance Festival is officially back this season—running weekends through Oct. 24—after being cancelled due to COVID-19 last year.
Where is the MD Renaissance festival?
The Maryland Renaissance Festival is located on Crownsville Road, in Anne Arundel County in Crownsville, just outside of Annapolis, MD.
Do you have to wear a mask at the Maryland Renaissance Festival?
While guests and employees are not required to wear masks outdoors, consistent with CDC guidance, we recommend masks at all times, including while outdoors, for those unvaccinated. Independently owned shops and attractions may establish their own mask and capacity requirements that must be followed.
When did the Maryland Renaissance Festival start?
Maryland Renaissance Festival/First event date
What should I wear to the Renaissance Festival?
Most men choose to wear full-length breeches or half-length breeches with socks tucked into simple leather boots. For summer Ren Faires, tights would be uncomfortably warm anyway. DON’T dress as a pirate!, Trekkie, mermaid, elf, unless its’ that kind of Renaissance Faire.
Does Ren Fest take card?
We welcome VISA, MASTERCARD, DISCOVER and AMERICAN EXPRESS at Ticket Booths, most merchandise shops and some food locations. Most game locations ONLY accept cash. The Minnesota Renaissance Festival offers a wide-variety of food options at various booths and food vendors throughout the festival.
Is Ren Fest cash only?
Our food and drink booths are cash only. Each vendor on-site creates their own policy regarding credit cards (although most of them do accept cards nowadays). ATMs are located throughout the site for your convenience.