Nestled in the rolling hillside and virgin forest of Middle Tennessee, the village of Covington Glen echoes with the sounds of Renaissance music and merrymaking. Accented by the Castle Gwynn’s twin towers, the 31st annual Tennessee Renaissance Festival is held the first four full weekends in May plus Memorial Day.
Queen Elizabeth herself rules over gaiety and celebration highlighted each day by the drama of full-armored joust. Also in residence at Covington Glen are artisans, man-powered rides, games of skill, entertainments and culinary treats.
Special weekly promotions this year include:
May 7–8: Opening Weekend Special Family Discounts (Buy two regular-price adult tickets, and two grandparents and all children age 12 and under receive free admission)
May 14–15: Artisan and Crafts Weekend
May 21–22: Pirate Invasion Weekend
May 28–30: Celtic Weekend
The festivities also include a free Children’s Art and Activity Area and tours of Castle Gwynn (ground floor only).
The Tennessee Renaissance Festival aims to entertain and educate its guests in the rich history and culture of the Renaissance Age, and provide a safe environment, appropriate for all ages.
For more information on this year’s Tennessee Renaissance Festival, visit tnrenfest.com.
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