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Pittsburgh Renaissance Festival

112 Renaissance Lane, West Newton

One-Day Adult or Child Admission to Pittsburgh Renaissance Festival (Up to 44% Off). Three Options Available.

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Highlights

Renaissance festival whisks guests back to the 16th century thanks to period sets, costumed characters, and knight-filled jousting events

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Ellentop reviewer
10 ratings8 reviews
July 31, 2018
My husband and I go every year. It was great to find a Groupon deal for the admission!
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Debbietop reviewer
7 ratings6 reviews
September 12, 2016
The actors/staff were very interactive. Love the shows. Certain foods were not a good value and one felt cheated like fried zucchini 4.50 for six coin shaped pieces. Not worth it and taste was nothing special.
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Jaytop reviewer
15 ratings12 reviews
September 10, 2016
loved the festival. great fun and awesome deal. happy me.
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Jaytop reviewer
15 ratings12 reviews
September 10, 2016
loved the festival. great fun and awesome deal. happy me.
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Jennifertop reviewer
9 ratings8 reviews
September 9, 2016
It is a great time for families! Everyone is so interactive with the visitors and the shows are awesome! The only downside is that it isn't the most stroller friendly location. There are lots of hills and it isn't paved either. But a,great time with family
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kelly
4 ratings4 reviews
September 8, 2016
The parking is free, it was fun for all ages. There was a lot of adult innuendos so that parents get a good laugh too. The jousting was fun, entertainment was great, I loved the Craic! Lots of shopping too.
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Travis
1 ratings1 reviews
September 8, 2016
Food was awesome at every vendor, perfect mix of shade and sunshine, the games were super fun to play and the people that attend and take part make the festival a great place to enjoy the day with your family. Would Highly Recommend!!!!
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Margaret
2 ratings2 reviews
September 8, 2016
Pittsburgh Renaissance Festival was so fun! If you go, make sure to catch the Washer Well Wenches to laugh harder than you've ever laughed before!
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About This Deal

Choose from Three Options

  • $11 for a one-day adult admission ticket; valid August 27–28 ($19.95 value)
  • $5 for a one-day child admission ticket; valid August 27–28 ($9 value)
  • $11 for a one-day adult admission ticket; valid September 3–5 ($19.95 value)

Children under 5 receive free admission.

Fine Print

Expiration varies. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. The deal is valid only for tickets on the date(s) of the event as listed and may not be exchanged or redeemed for any other dates. Cannot be combined with any other offer or promotion. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services. Offer is not eligible for our promo codes or other discounts.

About Pittsburgh Renaissance Festival

When the Good King Henry turns back the clock at the start of the Pittsburgh Renaissance Festival, he transports patrons to a 16th century that looks a little different than history might say. First, the festival evokes the 16th century of Europe more than the 16th century of Pittsburgh. And second, there are fairies fluttering about. But these fantastical elements don't draw ire from history buffs—in fact, they incite straight-up delight. That's because they add up to one thing: spectacle. Read on for a few other sights and sounds to expect.

  • Jugglers and maidens and minstrels, oh my: The first thing you'll probably notice is the sheer number of costumed entertainers wandering through the grounds and interacting with visitors. Expect kings, peasants, and even fire-breathers.
  • A feast fit for royalty: Clear your plate for turkey legs, steaks on a stake, and king's sausage, as well as some time-bending menu items such as pizza and a cup full of mini cookies.
  • A real-life knight's tale: A Renaissance fest just wouldn't be complete without jousting. During three daily competitions, noble knights and their brave horses will crash into each other before exchanging insurance information.
  • Handmade wares: More than 100 vendors will be on hand to sell clothing, costumes, weapons, pottery, and even shoes. Plus crowds can see live demos of blacksmithing and glassblowing.