September 09, 2019

Everyone We Saw at the Ohio Renaissance Festival in Waynesville

16th century England has returned to Waynesville, Ohio for adventure, merriment and giant turkey legs during the Ohio Renaissance Festival. The historically recreated Elizabethan village covers 30 acres with daily stage shows (dueling swordsmen, rowdy pirates and jousters); a Medieval marketplace with glassblowers, blacksmiths and assorted other craftspeople; rides powered by humans; and Renaissance-style fair food ranging from bread bowls and mead to steak on a stick. Through Oct. 27. $23 adults; $21 seniors; $9.50 children; free 5 and under. 10542 E. State Route 73, Waynesville, renfestival.com
09/08/2019
Photos by Adam Doty
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Enter ye olde fair here
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Enter ye olde fair here
The historically recreated Elizabethan village covers 30 acres
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The historically recreated Elizabethan village covers 30 acres
Bonnie Lass of Knotty Nauticals Pirate Show advertises their showtime for passersby
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Bonnie Lass of Knotty Nauticals Pirate Show advertises their showtime for passersby
A crowd enjoying one of the many shows on Shipwreck Stage
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A crowd enjoying one of the many shows on Shipwreck Stage
Bonnie Lass and Shantyman performing their comedy and fire-eating show
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Bonnie Lass and Shantyman performing their comedy and fire-eating show
Shantyman of Knotty Nauticals Pirate Show performs a fire-eating stunt
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Shantyman of Knotty Nauticals Pirate Show performs a fire-eating stunt
Patrons wait in line for one of the Renaissance Festival's famous turkey legges
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Patrons wait in line for one of the Renaissance Festival's famous turkey legges
Shannon Drake eating a turkey legge
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Shannon Drake eating a turkey legge
The Renaissance Festival has a blacksmith's shop where festivalgoers can watch these craftsman make swords the old-fashioned way
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The Renaissance Festival has a blacksmith's shop where festivalgoers can watch these craftsman make swords the old-fashioned way
In addition to smiths, the Medieval marketplace also features glassblowers, leather-workers and assorted other craftspeople
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In addition to smiths, the Medieval marketplace also features glassblowers, leather-workers and assorted other craftspeople