Posted by: wendyquest | October 5, 2015

Travel Texas – Todd Mission – Texas Renaissance Festival (Oct 10 – Nov 29)

Hear ye!  Come out to one of the largest Renaissance festival in the country.  Feel free to wear a themed costume (or rent one!)  Check their website for weekly themes.  Food, shops, arts and crafts, and fun for old and young.


Adults (ages 13 & older)- $29

Children (ages 5-12)- $14  (Kids get in FREE on Sundays!)

Per the website:

The Texas Renaissance is the nation’s largest, most acclaimed Renaissance themed park. Each year, over 500,000 guests pass through the Festival’s gates and enter the magic of New Market Village, an authentically recreated 55 acre 16th century English township located 50 miles northwest of Houston, Texas. 

Each year, for 8 fun-filled weekends in October and November, The Texas Renaissance Festival presents and enchanted world full of Kings and Queens, Lords and Ladies, Knights,, Nobles, Fairies, Elves, Pirates, Barbarians and other fanciful interactive characters.  Guests will be entertained by a marvelous assortment of unique performers: musicians, magicians, acrobats, jugglers, dancers with over 200 daily performances on over 20 stages throughout the village.

In addition, there are over 400 shoppes featuring some of the finest works of artists, artisans, and merchants as well as live demonstrations by craftspeople skilled in the arts of glass blowing, weaving, pottery making, blacksmithing and more.  Finally, there are foods and drinks from all over the world to please every palate and quench every thirst.

You can find more about the history of the Texas Renaissance Festival on our downloads page.

Event Details



  1. Adding to the future visit list! :)

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