Yes, of course. I am all about the food. Most of the food is very typical carnival food like funnel cake and hot dogs. They even have egg rolls! But, of course all the food stands has Renaissance themes. My favorite was the italian sausage at the Steaks on a Stake place. The cheesecake on a stick was good too! The turkey leg was a little bit salty for me though.
ShopThere are so many cute things there! All kinds of fun hats and Renaissance costumes, jewelry, magic wands, fake swords, lotions, pottery and more! I saw quite a few handmade jewelry stands there too.
Look AroundIt is pretty cool to see the buildings and people in costumes. The whole place does feel like a bustling Renaissance town. It's huge too! Don't forget to get a map!
Play GamesThere are quite a few unusual carnival games like knife and axe throwing. They also have a wall climbing game with various difficulty level. It's cute to see kids dressed up in their knights costume and trying to climb up the fake castle wall to grab the stuffed animals. There's also a big playground for kids. And there were elephant rides!!!
There are many other activities like hair braiding, face painting, and many performances to watch. As crowded as it was, it wasn't too hard to find a seat to eat or watch shows. Tickets are $18 for adults and $8 for kids. They are only open for the weekends till the 24th. This weekend's weather is supposed to be gorgeous so it'll be a good day to check it out!