$14 for One Day at St. Louis Renaissance Faire for Two in Wentzville (Up to $29.90 Value)

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Annual fair hosts volunteers costumed as peasants & nobles, minstrels who serenade guests & knights engaged in swordfights & jousting bouts

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Expires Jun 10th, 2012. Limit 2 per person. Limit 2 per visit. Operates in all weather. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Attending a Renaissance faire, like taking a history course or walking backwards, is a great way to learn about the past. Discover how people survived without literally anything with this Groupon

$14 for One-Day Renaissance-Fair Admission for Two (Up to $29.90 Value)

Guests mingle with costumed volunteers, wander a marketplace full of handcrafted and imported goods, and enjoy onstage comedy and songs. The fair runs on Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. beginning Saturday, May 19, and lasting until Sunday, June 10.

Though St. Louis Renaissance Faire sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available. St. Louis Renaissance Faire's rates fluctuate based on age.

St. Louis Renaissance Faire

Artisans fashion their handcrafted wares before visitors' eyes, strolling minstrels entertain passersby with song, and knights suit up for their next jousting match. Such sights are commonplace in the wooded 16th-century village of Petit Lyon, where the award-winning Renaissance St. Louis hosts its annual St. Louis Renaissance Faire. Renaissance St. Louis opts not to set its festivities in England or atop a napping dragon like so many fairs before, but rather in 16th-century France as homage to the city's French-exploration roots. At Petit Lyon, volunteers costumed as villagers, noble courtiers, and peasants chat with guests, while nearby swordfighters and jugglers entertain visitors with their standup routines. Meanwhile, the town's king and queen host special audiences with youngsters, who can greet critters in the petting zoo or explore the Viking camp's longboat display. Along with the St. Louis Renaissance Faire, Renaissance St. Louis continues educating the public with its St. Louis Pirate Festival, regional events, and travelling exhibits.

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  • Rotary Park

    W Meyer Rd. & Lions Ln.

    Wentzville, Missouri 63385

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