Tips for Bristol Renaissance Faire

12550 120th Ave. Kenosha WI 53142
4.7 by 199 members
Bristol Renaissance Faire 4.7 out of 5 199

27 Bristol Renaissance Faire Tips

  • Casual 2
  • Festive 1
The weather was sunny and warm. I wore sleeveless top, capri's, and sun hat.
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The preferred parking is not worth the $5...it was about a quarter mile walk from the regular parking.
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The weather was humid!. I wore shorts, t shirt, but MANY people who are attending are dressed in period specific costume. It would be fun to do but you would be HOT!.
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The weather was Sunny. I wore T-shirt and athletic shorts.
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If you don't mind a bit of a walk there's free parking just up the road north of the fair grounds.
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If you have special dietary needs, you can call the main office and get food pre-approved to bring in, however check the menu online before you make any decisions. I am vegan (no meat, dairy, eggs, or animal byproducts) and I managed to find several options to eat. The variety of food at this event is great!
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Vegetarian food available: I had portabello mushroom sandwich,cheese pizza,nachos
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The weather was sunny.. I wore gym shoes.
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$5 to park in a big grassy lot. There was more people there than I expected. They have a pretty good system but count the rows of cars on your walk to the entrance so finding your car at the end of the day is easier.
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All of the rides are 2 dls and up, and is cash only. Bring a lot of cash for the attractions, food and souvenirs. It is so fun to see people dressed up, if you have costumes bring them along! My 3 yr old daughter was dressed as Princess Merida (Brave) and she was so happy when people commented on her outfit and called her Princess.
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We park on the free lot. The walk is not too long, there was plenty of space and it was super easy to get in and out.
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The weather was a little cold for the summer, but enjoyable.. I wore jeans, sweatshirt and flats. I'd recommend tennis shoes for comfort. You'll walk a lot and is dirt all around..
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The weather was cold, 57 in July, and overcast. I wore pants, long-sleeves, jacket, shoes; companion froze in t-shirt and sweatshirt. You can go in period-ish costume and really get into the spirit..
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