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The 2020 Annual Connecticut Renaissance Faire CANCELLED
September 5 - October 18
The 22nd Annual Connecticut Renaissance Faire is coming to the Lebanon County Fairgrounds Saturdays & Sundays from September 5th – October 18th, 2020, plus Labor Day & Columbus Day Mondays, 10:30 am to 6 pm daily.
July 29th Update: The Connecticut Renaissance Faire was canceled. See Facebook page for more details.
General Admission is $15 (ages 16+)
Youth Admission is $10 (ages 7-15)
Child Admission is FREE (ages 0-6)
Contact 860-478-5954 during business hours to speak with the Faire.
Feast like a king, shop like a queen and laugh like a fool. Leave your worries behind when you step through the gates of the 22nd annual Connecticut Renaissance Faire. This enchanted recreation of a 16th-century harvest festival will take you back to the days of yore where you’ll see jousting, live-flight birds of prey, comedy, magic, and so much more. A family adventure for all ages awaits!
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