Carolina Renaissance Festival and Artisan Marketplace
Annual event in Huntersville, North Carolina. Includes events schedule, ticket information, map, accommodations, and contact information.
Colorado Renaissance Festival
Prepare thyself to revel with master revelers at the Colorado Renaissance Festival, where pleasures reign and merrymaking is the rule.
Heart of the Forest Renaissance Faire
Elizabethan festival at two locations in California - Camp Richardson, Lake Tahoe, and Stafford Lake Park, Marin County. Schedule, locations, costume and language guides, and origins of the faire.
King Richards Faire
16th Century festival in Carver, Massachusetts. Typically runs August through mid October.
Maryland Faerie Festival
Annual faire in Upper Marlboro, Maryland. Offers information and downloadable flyer, driving directions, list of vendors, entertainers and children's activities, sponsor list, educational outreach, and pictures from past events.
Maryland Renaissance Festival
A recreation of a 16th century English village named Revel Grove in Crownsville. Includes a schedule, employment, craft and vendor applications, photographs, entertainment descriptions, and directions.
Medieval World, USA
Theme park scheduled to open in July, 2005. Overview, photos, maps, sponsors, and project information.
Ohio Renaissance Festival
Located in Harveysburg, OH. Visit the 16th Century and see Jousting , Robin Hood, and Queen Elizabeth I.
Oklahoma Renaissance Faire
Experience the delights of Castleton; jousting, live chess matches, a masked ball, and the King's feast. Join King Henry VIII the first three weekends of May.
Scarborough Renaissance Festival
Tudor/fantasy festival near Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas.
Sherwood Forest Faire
Renaissance Faire near Austin, Texas.
Shrewsbury Renaissance Faire
Shop and Play in the 16th Century English and Welsh Village of Shrewsbury.
Texas Renaissance Festival
Texas Renaissance Festival runs October and November at Plantersville, Texas.
Vermont Renaissance Festival
A historical event which recreates an English village in the 1580's during the celebration of a visit from Queen Elizabeth and her court.