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Renaissance Pleasure Faire

Take a journey into a land of imagination where jousting knights, regal ladies, saucy wenches and royal overseers all mix and mingle with you and your family. The Original Renaissance Pleasure Faire is the world's oldest Renaissance Faire. Hundreds of performers dressed in the costumes of Elizabethan times create a magical world of music, language and fun, with 14 stages of entertainment options ranging from knife throwers to improv troupes. More than 150 artisans will be exhibiting and selling their original hand-crafted items, including hand-blown glass creations, pottery, authentic clothing and weaponry. Don't miss out on the food and drink either, as more than 100 types of delicious types of delectable food and drink are available. Eat, drink and be merry during this action-packed, fun-filled trip to the days of yore.

How much is admission? What does the admission price include?
Adult Single Day is $25, Child Single Day (Ages 5-12) is $15 and children 4 & younger are free. Admission price includes all entertainment: the Joust, 4 parades, over 2,000 performers, music, dance, interactive living history exhibits, craft demonstrations and the battle pageant. Select lessons, activities and pageants for children are also included.

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  • Tim N.

    We went as a family, dressed up. Fun time, no photography though.

    May 19, 2013

    • Douglas W.

      Love it. I am so boring. I would be fearful to dress up... lol

      May 19, 2013

  • John G.

    Attending a memorial down in Hermosa Beach. Have fun at the Faire!

    May 17, 2013

  • Kendal

    I'll be there with another meet up group. Not sure if I'll have my camera with me

    May 12, 2013

  • Phil

    I see there's a train track right there, but haven't looked at my map to see if there's a station..are you planning on taking the train?

    April 15, 2013

    • Douglas W.

      Metro or Amtrak? If Metro, most likely.

      April 15, 2013

    • Phil

      Well metrolink/metro/bus, yeah. I'll look it up.

      April 15, 2013

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  • Douglas W.
    Organizer, Organizer
    Event Host
  • Kendal
  • A former member
    +1 guest
  • A former member

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