If eating a giant turkey leg and time-tripping to the 15th Century is your idea of a good time, then the Sterling Renaissance Festival is where it's at.

The Sterling Renaissance Festival has been a part of summer fun in New York State for 38 years. If you haven't been before, consider taking a road trip this month. The event is about a 3.5 hour drive from Utica, but it's well worth it.

What exactly is a Renaissance Festival? Well according to Renfair.Com:

A Renaissance Faire is a recreation of a Renaissance or Medieval village. It is filled with costumed actors, crafts and games to give patrons the illusion that they have stepped back in time. The New York Renaissance Faire features more than 125 performances on 20 stages, and over 100 craftspeople, all set within 65 acres of beautiful forest.

 

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Faire Fare

What's to eat? Everything from a boar sandwich, to Baba Ganoush, and everything in between. Belgian Waffles, Turkish Burgers, and Chocolate Dipped Cheesecake are just a few of the event's offerings. Click HERE for the Faire food listing.

Sterling Shows

Entertainment at the Faire includes: Jousting battles, stand up comedians, flame throwers, pirate plunders, and viking tales. Click HERE for some of this year's new attractions.

Merchants Selling Merchandise

Have you ever wanted to own a drinking horn, a magic wand, or an enchanted hair tassel? The Sterling Renaissance Faire has one of a kind stuff you can buy. Click Here for a list of some of the cool stuff.

 


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