King Richard’s Faire in a Few Photos

*Disclosure* Our family received tickets to the Faire to facilitate our blog posts. All opinions are our own!*

 

King Richard’s Faire – 2017

We visited King Richards Faire today (FINALLY!!)  and had a great time. I wish I’d taken more photos, but we were so busy riding unicorns,  playing with baby dragons, learning about big cats, eating yummy food, and watching hilarious shows that I hardly took out my camera!

You still have one day left to visit the Faire, so I’d suggest you get your corsets tightened and armor polished, and head there tomorrow!!

Pet Dragon puppet

Dragon drabbit alfaro puppets

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wishing garden king richard's

Unicorn rides king richard's faire

renfaire costume

blacksmith swordsmith

Jack the whipper show

King Richard's Faire

King Richard's Faire 2018

Until next year, King Richard!

You can learn more about the Faire in our previous blog post HERE

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King Richard’s Faire, New England’s largest and longest-running Renaissance Faire. Tucked away on 80 acres of enchanted forest off Rt. 58 in Carver, Mass., King Richard’s Faire offers guests a full day of live, interactive entertainment for all ages. Guests will enjoy daring knights jousting on horseback and eight stages filled with song and dance, stunts and storytelling. Every Saturday afternoon, the King’s Stage offers themed contests and events to add variety to the festival-like entertainment lineup (see kingrichardsfaire.net for details).

Guests can mingle with the King and his royal court, noble and not-so-noble subjects and skilled performers. When as famished as a mud beggar, enjoy the Faire’s delicious spit-roasted turkey legs, buttery ears of corn, boules filled with chowder and stew, ringlets of fries, and quench thirst with champagne, wine and brew. Shoppers can stroll through the 16th century village filled with the wares of more than 100 unique and talented artisans, including New England artists. At every turn, guests will encounter fantasy and wonder through minstrels, musicians, acrobats, stilt walkers, giant puppets, wenches, and more. 

  • Adult tickets:  $32.00
  • Children’s tickets (4-11 years of age):  $16.00
  • Children 3 years of age and under are FREE

You’ll find the Faire at 235 Main Street (Rt. 58) Carver, Mass. 02330 For more information, visit King Richard’s Faire on FACEBOOK   and don’t forget to check out the WEBSITE!

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