Ohio Renaissance Festival

(513) 897-7000

State Route 73, Harveysburg, OH | Directions   45032

39.497664 -83.992853

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Sat-Sun 10:30am- 6:00pm

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From The Owners of Ohio Renaissance Festival

Jousting, pageantry, merchants, costumes, and big roasted turkey legs bring medieval merriment to Harveysburg.

Reviews for Ohio Renaissance Festival

over a year ago

What a Vacation – This was my first time going and it was so much fun. The atmosphere was really a great feeling. I really enjoyed being there and everyone was so polite and respectful. The shows was really funny with appropriate humor for the whole family. I really enjoyed the interacting of the performers with the audience it makes you feel very much apart of the show. The price for everything overall was very good. I think all the shows are free. So admission, parking, and a little eating around 30 bucks not too bad for a day of entertainment. I have so much more to write, it was like a vacation. So I will be coming back for another day of smiling.

over a year ago

Great family fun! – Love this place! Very family friendly. Only people with creative imaginary minds need to attend. Enjoyed the outdoor entertainment both in the individual acts and also with the other visitors. Great place to people watch. Well worth the money if you plan on spending the entire day there. Although we don't dress up in the garb, we certainly enjoyed everyone else who did. Fun, fun, fun. Can't wait for next year!

Doesn't Recommend
over a year ago

Ren Fest – Lame. If you're looking for incense or candles, then this is the place for you! Some of the lamest attractions ever, including dumb fantasy art.

over a year ago

2007 is another fine year – Ren fest was fun again this year. Unfortunately they took the Nun Show off the schedule, which was hilarious, but they added a new performer, Saffron Finch, who did a very entertaining vaudeville-esque act, although in a BLUE costume. The joust looked good and the pirate stunt show was a mayhem attempt at a Romeo and Juliet parody. If you're late, it probably won't make sense. Skull and Bones Swordsmen seemed especially short and dopey this year, but I think they are replaced by real swordsmen after the first weekend, and the belly dancers were pretty good. Food was ok, especially the soup and bread bowls where you actually get a decent quantity of food for your $5. Apple dumplings were small but very satisfying. Some of the crafters were fabulous- one place was selling some very nice fantasy artwork prints and my favourite jewelry store, Uncommon Adornments, was there again.

over a year ago

Editorial Review by Citysearch Staff – Jousting, pageantry, merchants, costumes, and big roasted turkey legs bring medieval merriment to Harveysburg.


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