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Kansas City Renaissance Festival

633 North 130th Street, Bonner Springs, KS 66012 Directions

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Report | a month ago
Me and my boys always have a blast every time we go!!
Report | a month ago
Great fun for all, looking forward to it next year!
Report | a month ago
Overall a fun day but being the last day of the festival, they were out of everything! Shops were empty, food sparse with extremely long lines. Shows were fun, lots of people watching. Would go again—just not the last day.
Report | a month ago
My husband and I had a great time.
Report | a month ago
It’s always a fun time.
Report | a month ago
Lots of fun entertainment for all ages
Report | 2 months ago
Great fun for the family❣️
Report | 2 months ago
It's a gigantic money grab. They used to have many decent performers on stages throughout the venue. Now it's only a handful of mediocre performers (even the jousting match is just okay). The rest is merchants selling stuff, food, etc. Speaking of food, there was not one food outlet with less than a one hour wait, more in some cases. That being said, it is a great place to people watch.
Report | 2 months ago
Always great!
Report | 2 months ago
Always a fun experience, never had a bad time there.

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Step back in time to this culturally and artistically affluent European era at the Kansas City Renaissance Festival. Throughout the fairgrounds are a variety of entertaining games and activities, from knights engaging in jousting contests upon horseback, to the village shops holding artisan crafts like glass art, jewelry, and pottery. Intermingled with these activities are six different eating areas, which serve medieval fair food like turkey legs and apple cider. Additionally, the festival is a meeting of history and fantasy, so it's not unusual to witness the royal couple King Henry VIII and Catherine of Parr mingle among fantastical creatures like mermaids and fairies.

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