Admission to the Washington Midsummer Renaissance Faire in Buckley (Up to $45 Value). Single or Family Passes Available.


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In a Nutshell

  • Jousting, fencing, and magic
  • Authentic 16th-century music
  • Equestrian acrobatics
  • Stories, dancing, food, ale

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Aug 23, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Valid only for pass purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Preserving the past is an excellent way to prepare for the future, which explains the enduring popularity of Renaissance Faires, taxidermy, and Betty White. Go medieval with today's Groupon: you get your choice of two admission options to the Washington Midsummer Renaissance Faire, held over three weekends: August 7–8, 14–15, and 21–22. Choose between the following:

  • $20 for a family pass for two adults and two children valid for one day (a $45 value)
  • $8 for a single adult pass valid for one day (a $16 value)

The Renaissance Faire takes place at the lush Maris Farms in Buckley. The theatrical event features fully costumed kings, queens, jesters, revelers, domesticated basilisks, bands of merry minstrels, and more in a celebration of all things post-medieval. The event entertains elegant lords and ladies alike with fun 16th-century-themed activities for the whole family, including puppet shows, games, and full-contact jousting. Drink in the musical stylings of Hawke the Balladeer, watch a dazzling alchemical display when Zinger's Royal Magick takes the stage, or brace yourself for the acrobatic equestrian trickery of Cavallo Equestrian Arts. Compulsive gambolers, meanwhile, can bust out their fly morris dance moves during the day's peasant dancing, which takes place before professional fencing demos at the Academia della Spada. For something more modern medieval, No Parchment Needed will be performing unscripted japery on the Queen's Stage, while the Hammered Troll Ale House boasts a full line-up of Celtic, Scottish, and even pirate troubadours. You can find a full list and times of the faire's events by clicking the schedule on the sidebar here.

Feast on capon legs, corn, and pickles before drowning the grub in yon stomach-cask with a bottle of ye olde refreshing root ale as you pass the thatched-roof huts where you may purchase medieval weaponry, fantasy (dragon) art, and hand-hewn hardwood wares. Observing the blacksmithing and leather-making demos may inspire you to change careers and join a guild, even if its health-care plan is largely leech-based. Join the lists with today's Groupon to the Washington Midsummer Renaissance Faire and revel in a day of capering, cavorting, jests, jousts, japes, jigs, gypsies, mages, mongers, merry-making, mead, raffish ribaldry, roguish roistering, telling of tales, making of musicks, and other sundry frivolity.

Customer Reviews

Very fun experience!
Jen R. · August 17, 2014
If you buy their wonderful honey root beer, sassafras or one of the other flavors they make and sell in their collectable bottles, don't throw it away since you can bring it back year after year and save the initial cost of the bottle and pay only for inexpensive refills. It is really delicious!
Elaine M. · August 4, 2014
I had a blast! Everyone was so friendly and welcoming.
Allison M. · August 29, 2016

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