• Updates

    The Maryland Renaissance Festival thanks all of our wonderful patrons, vendors, performers, and employees for a making our 40th season a memorable one. We hope everyone has a peaceful winter, and we look forward to welcoming you back to Revel Grove on August 26th, 2017.
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2017 Special Event Weekend & Special Guest Performers -

Every weekend is special at the Maryland Renaissance Festival, but on select weekends during our season we add a special theme to the dates for additional merriment.  Details on the special events will be updated throughout the year.

American Sign Language Interpretation Days:  
Saturday, September 9th & Sunday, October 8th.  On these days selected stage shows will be interpreted in ASL. 

 

August 26th & 27th: Children's Weekend
 Kids 15 and under, with an accompanying adult ticket purchased, are admitted free.

 

Monday, September 4th: Seniors Day.  All seniors 62+ are admitted free. 

 

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETATION DAY:

On Saturday, September 9th selected stage shows will be interpreted in ASL.  A full list of interpreted shows will be available online by Thursday, September 7th on our entertainment schedule page.  Pick up a hard copy at Customer Service when you arrive on the 9th. 

 

September 16th & 17th: Celtic Celebration! 
Bagpipes and more!
 

September 23rd & 24th : Shakespeare Celebration.  
 Help us celebrate the legacy of the greatest playwright of the English language!

 

  September 30th & October 1st :Pirate Weekend! 
Argghh - dress in your pirate best to add to the spirit of the day. Stuffed parrots on shoulder, optional.

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETATION DAY:
On Sunday, October 8th selected stage shows will be interpreted in ASL.  A full list of interpreted shows will be available online by Thursday, October 5th on our entertainment schedule page.  Pick up a hard copy at Customer Service when you arrive on the 8th. 

 

Previous years special guests have included (from left to right) Best selling author of the Outlander series, Diana Gabaldon, UK chart topping vocal ensemble The Mediaeval Baebes, and the U.S. Naval Academy Pipes & Drums.