Our Last Trip to King Richard’s Faire was 2003, far too long ago.
It has been a few years since I last entered the realm of King Richard’s Faire out in Carver, MA. Allison and I have gone to the faire a few times in the past. I’m a big fan of the turkey legs and all of the shows that go on at the faire. The tiger show is awesome, there are some incredible animals that are part of the show. They even have a huge Liger.
This year we got tickets to go to the faire and this will be Eva’s first time to go. I know she’s going to love to dress up and attend. She loves her princess dresses. She saw a commercial and got very excited to attend. It must be because Daddy likes knights and swords and more plus she’s been on a BRAVE kick lately and thinks she saw some archery in the commercial. I can’t see any but maybe there will be a demo when we are there.
I have a special deal for my readers, too. If you are interested in going to King Richard’s Faire you can attend at Group Rate prices using my discount code. Read on to find out how.
You may purchase King Richard’s Faire group discounted tickets via the King Richard’s Faire website at a discount of $4 off the regular adult admission price of $27. The online ticket agency charges a $2 convenience fee per ticket.
PROMO CODE TICKETS ARE GOOD FOR THE FOLLOWING DATES ONLY:
September 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 15, 16, 22, 23, 29, October 6, 8, 13, 20 & 21, 2012
Please follow these instructions:
1) Visit www.kingrichardsfaire.net
2) Click Purchase Tickets in the right corner
3) Click on: the EXTREMETIX image
4) Click on purchase tickets
5) Enter all necessary ticket information required
6) Enter promo code: “BS” in appropriate box
7) Purchase tickets
8) Discount will be taken off automatically
9) Enter credit card information
10)Print out ticket(s) and bring directly to the gate on one of the dates listed above.
± There are no refunds due to inclement weather.
KING RICHARD’S FAIRE INVITES YOU TO ESCAPE REALITY, COME TO THE 2012 FAIRE
CARVER, Mass. — King Richard’s Faire, New England’s largest and
longest-running Renaissance Festival, opens its 2012 season on
September 1 and runs through October 21, 2012 on weekends and Monday
holidays (Labor Day, Columbus Day). Tucked away on 80 acres of
beautiful, enchanted forest off Rt. 58, King Richard’s Faire is a
full day of live, interactive entertainment for all ages, including
exotic tigers and a rare liger, daring knights jousting on horseback,
and eight stages filled with song and dance. Every Saturday, themed
events add variety to the festival-like entertainment lineup (see
www.kingrichardsfaire.net for special Saturday schedule). The Faire
address is 235 Main Street, Carver, Mass. 02330, phone is
Guests can mingle with royal subjects and performers, and tantalize
their taste buds with the Faire’s delicious spit-roasted turkey legs,
buttery ears of corn, boules filled with chowder and stew, ringlets of fries, champagne, wine and brew. Shoppers can stroll through the 16th century village filled with the wares of more than 100 unique and talented artisans. At every turn, guests will encounter minstrels, musicians, acrobats, stilt walkers, giant life-size puppets, mud beggars and more special surprises.
Tickets are $27 for adults (12+) and $15 for children ages 4-11.
Children under 4 are free, and parking is free. Discounts given to
groups of 25 adults or more and private parties can be accommodated –
reservations for all groups are required by emailing email@example.com. Visit King Richard on Facebook
(www.facebook.com/TheKingRichardsFaire) and on Twitter @KRFaire, and on Pinterest.
Disclosure: I was provided with two adult tickets to King Richard’s Faire. Opinions are 100% my own.
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