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Texas Renaissance Festival

21778 Farm-To-Market Road 1774 Todd Mission, TX 77363 | Outside Houston | 800-458-3435

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This fall fair, which traditionally runs between October and November, allows people to step back into the days of yore. With costumed merchants and performers roaming the massive fairground, the festival combines performance art with a medieval marketplace.


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    This year, as I do most years, I took the Wife With One F to the Texas Renaissance Festival for her birthday. Both of us have been going since we were teenagers, and it's very rare for us to...
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    Dust off your corset and start practicing your Elizabethan accent, because it’s time for the 40th Annual Texas Renaissance Festival. Texas Ren Fest, not only the nation’s largest...
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    There's a twist to this year's "Dead Flowers: Day of the Dead Rock Stars" exhibit, one of our picks for Friday. Printmaker and artist Carlos Hernandez, who launched the series seven years...
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    Check out our slideshow. Fair warning one and all: This is the last weekend for the 2012 Texas Renaissance Festival and with the slightly cooler temperatures and the last-minute...
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    This past weekend at the Texas Renaissance Festival was dedicated to the pirate's life, with tons of swashbucklers of all sizes and ages making the trip in to the woods near Plantersville to...
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    Today the Texas Renaissance Festival has announced a special promotion targeting the youth with child or expecting. If you name your child Texas Renaissance, you will be the recipient of...
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    And if you want to remember why you want to be at Ren Fest come fall, here's some more pretty good reasons. Today's Daily Deal offered by the Houston Press gives you an unlimited (well,...
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    The annual Texas Renaissance Festival makes life without electricity, personal hygiene or penicillin seem like fun. Stepping back in time is made much easier by the buxom wenches, jousting...
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    Check out even more of our RenFest pictures gathered up as we wandered the grounds on Friday. This is it, the final countdown. With two days left in RenFest season for this year, it's...
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    There will be wenches and sabers and roasted turkey legs at the 37th Annual Texas Renaissance Festival. The largest festival of its type in the country, Ren Fest transports Texans back to a...
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    The Texas Renaissance Festival is one of the crown jewels of any fall in the Houston area. Running from early October to late November right after Thanksgiving, the Plantersville festival...
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    The finest in chain mail/bikini combos and other minimalist fashion were on full display Saturday at the Texas Renaissance Festival in Plantersville. While vendors were busy pushing fox...
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    Calling all lords, ladies, dragons, trolls, wenches and harlots. The time has come to descend upon the fantasy village between Magnolia and Plantersville known as the Texas Renaissance...
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