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About the Texas Renaissance Festival


Every fall since 1974 the TRF has authentically recreated a 16th century English village on a 55-acre site in a beautiful East Texas pine forest. Here over 300 shops line tree shaded lanes where you are also likely to meet Lords and Ladies, jugglers, heroes, artisans, showmen, or even King Henry VIII himself! Venture to the Tournament Field and witness knights jousting for the honour of fair maidens, or chariots careening around the Tournament Field Lake. Around every corner you’ll find continuous entertainment on over twenty stages, unique games and rides, and bountiful food and drink from around the world! All is not 16th century, however, as the festival boasts free parking, eleven fully modern and attended privies (also known as bathrooms), and all of your favourite imported and domestically brewed beverages!

The festival is open this year Saturdays Sundays and Thanksgiving Friday from October
8th to November 27th 2016 – 9 a.m. ’till 8 p.m., rain or shine.


2016

New Market Village celebrates the Texas Renaissance Festival’s Forty-First Anniversary with:

Eight Themed Weekends!

October 8th and 9th: Oktoberfest Raise a… Continue reading

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Directions to the Texas Renaissance Festival

Recommended Routes

 


FROM HOUSTON:

I-45 north, left Hwy 105 to Plantersville, left FM 1774, festival 6 miles on right.

For those who have asked, yes you could take FM 1488, construction that made it questionable is complete, but be advised it goes from five lanes down to two about six miles from Magnolia. Also note that Tomball Parkway (TX 249) is the way everyone’s GPS sends them, it gets really backed up. Both of those routes would take you through the city of Magnolia, which can get very congested.


FROM BEAUMONT:

Hwy 105 west through Cleveland, Conroe, and Montgomery, left on FM 1774 in Plantersville, festival 6 miles on right.


FROM CORPUS CHRISTI:

I-37 north to Hwy 77, Hwy 59 east to Houston, I-45 north to Conroe, Hwy 105 to Plantersville, left on FM 1774, festival 6 miles on right.


FROM SAN ANTONIO:

I-10 east to Sealy, Hwy 36 north to Brenham, Hwy 105 east through Navasota to Plantersville, right on FM 1774, festival 6 miles on right.


FROM AUSTIN:

Hwy 290 east to Brenham, Hwy 105 east through Navasota to Plantersville, right on FM 1774,… Continue reading