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Robert U.
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Report | 4 months ago
Bring lots of money, this place is fun, but expensive.
Joshua D.
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Report | 5 months ago
Bring cash. No credit cards anD atm machines are few and far between
Melynda H.
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Report | 5 months ago
I buy this Groupon every year. Totall worth it. Highly recommended!
Christine K.
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Report | 5 months ago
See the Dirty Washer Woman show!!! Always a great laugh.
Holly-Lyn
Verified
Report | 5 months ago
Screen shot your ticket before you go as cell service there is terrible! Also - living social/Groupon ticket holders should stay to the left! It's hard to hear the lady and it's a big waste of time if you go to the right side lines!
Cynthia
Report | 5 months ago
beer was 10 tickets, Turkey leg was 11 tickets, clam chowder bowl 8 tickets, water 4 tickets, blooming onion 8 tickets... No Cash for Food or Drinks.. You need to buy ticket $ 40.00 a sheet or 5 tickets $ 5.00.. All ride and game to play are a cost.
June D.
Verified
Report | 5 months ago
Bring lots of money
Thomas G.
Verified
Report | 5 months ago
It's expensive but SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO much fun !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Katerina A.
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Report | 5 months ago
Be prepared to be stimulated. Costumes and shows
Jamie G.
Verified
Report | 5 months ago
Great entertainment, albeit a bit cheesy. Biggest downside was how the faire squeezes you for money. To buy food, you have to buy food tickets, which you need to buy in packs of $5. Unless you plan very carefully, you will likely be stuck with extra tickets at the end that you cannot use. This is clearly a way for them to make more profit. Also, most of the performers ask for additional money after their show. This seems a bit extreme after paying the steep entrance fee. There are plenty of free street performances in the nearby cities that do the same but without the additional entrance fee to the grounds. Overall, the experience was pleasant and worthwhile.
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Trumpets blare over the fairgrounds. As the king and queen ride through town, peasants and shopkeepers all kneel immediately, verbalizing praise and respects to their liege lord. Meanwhile, a man in shorts stands amid the crouching peasants eating a turkey leg the size of his arm as his kids tumble off the Jacob's ladder across the dirt road. This is but a snapshot of the special moments at King Richard's Faire, a Renaissance festival that gathers period artisans, performers, and food merchants to celebrate the Age of Enlightenment along with visitors.

After a bit of practice throwing axes, visitors can stroll in optional costume to see fortunetellers, cobblers, and blacksmiths who have mastered ancient crafts. Knights ride to battle on the tourney field to win the king's and crowd's favor, and eight stages, a tournament field, and a mud pit bring in acts ranging from minstrels and jugglers to fire eaters and exotic animals.

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