We went to Bristol Renaissance Faire this year. I’ve been seeing the outdoor ads for the Faire on our way to Wisconsin and Outlet Mall at Pleasant Prairie. I got our tickets at Walgreen’s, where they were cheaper than the Faire entrance. We dind’t know what to expect. The Faire was spectacular. However, at the end we spent a lot of money. Be prepared to pay more at the rides/activities per person (or children) in cash.
First ride, Joust practice. He got the ring.
He was knighted for his high achievement.
The food stores and the pirate ship.
You had to pay for to pirate ship. it looks nice from outside but didn’t worth the money to go in.
Mud Show was funny. Shows are free and most of them are pretty good.
Flower headbands for the fairies. Of course, we got one.
It must be fun to work here.
Not a lot of healthy food options. A lot of comfort food.
Important skills to learn.
Characters jumping out from left and right.
Swordsmen show included women.
I couldn’t figure out who were actual cast vs. who were visitors.
I love how everyone stays in character.
including the fake British accent.
The whole show was very impressive..
and very convincing.
Oh this guy was hilarious. he insults the players who threw half-cut tomatoes at him, including children.
More fighting skills.
Learning different musical instruments.
I love the costumes.
Spotting these characters in costumes, checking their smart phones or digintql camreas were fun.
This was not a snow per se, it was literally enactment of a daily life.
Pirate ship by the lake.