The 15th Annual Santa Fe Renaissance Faire
Join us on a majestic journey back in time to the Kingdom of Golondrinas. Travel with the fairies to their enchanted village, cheer on the knights of the Order of Epona, laugh with Clan Tynker, play in the kids game area, eat delicious foods, dance to medieval music, and buy unique arts and crafts at New Mexico’s premier Renaissance Fair.
September 16 & 17, 2023
Time: 10am to 5 pm
Adult Admission: $18
Seniors (62+) , Teens (13–17), Veterans & Students (with valid ID): $10
12 and Under: FREE!!!
In Person Ticket Prices, Day of Event, Will be Higher as Listed Below:
The Kingdom’s Front Gate
The Queen’s Stage
The King’s Tavern
The Fairy Village
The Fields of Champions
In The Realm
The Baca Placita
Fairy Village Vendors
The Santa Fe Renaissance Faire is a community event whose proceeds help fund the educational programs of El Rancho de las Golondrinas.
- PEACE-TIED BLADES ONLY.
- No firearms (no exceptions).
- Visitors may not engage in combat (this includes “boffers”).
- No pets allowed (only ADA-approved assistance animals).
- Must be 21 years of age to consume beer, wine and mead. Identification will be checked.
- No outside alcohol may be brought onto the Museum grounds.
- No bicycles allowed on Museum grounds.
All Things Renaissance
A comprehensive site for costumes, language, renfaire acting, history and other links.
Costumes, Swords and Armor Links
Shop for Your Costume at www.renstore.com
Celebrating 20 years in the Renaissance business!
Find Inexpensive Costumes at Wholesale Halloween Costumes
www.wholesalehalloweencostumes.com (Search on “Renaissance”)
More Costumes for sale at www.pyramidcollection.com
We especially like this Inn Keeper’s Daughter costume
Make a Cardboard Sword
Here is a tutorial on how to make prop swords out of cardboard (includes a video).
How to Make Cardboard Shields
This is a nice tutorial on how to make two different kinds of shields out of cardboard (includes a video).
How to Make a Cape
This is good tutorial on making a very simple hooded cape without a pattern and requiring only a few sewing skills. Depending on your height and the cape’s length, you may need more than the one yard of fabric called for.
Make a Belt Pouch
This is a good tutorial on making a quick leather belt pouch for carrying your stuff when you attend a Renaissance fair. You can strengthen
the belt slit (step 7) by punching a small hole at the top and bottom of the slit.
Pirate Activities for Children
This has a variety of pirate craft activities for young children. These are perfect for a pirate-themed party or a rainy day.
Make Your Own Coat of Arms
This has several pages on the history of heraldry and how to design a Medieval Coat of Arms. One page has printable shields and various designs (charges) for assembling your own unique Coat of Arms.
Design a Coat of Arms
Learn the reasons why knights had coats of arms, and then design your own.