Top o’ the Day to thee Chamber and CVB representatives!
Welcome to our Festival site.
The Arizona Renaissance Festival is a popular destination attraction for tourists visiting our gorgeous state looking for a unique, fun-filled experience. We appreciate your effort in providing information to visitors about our 16th C Faire.
We have created this page of our website as a tool to assist you in your role. Please find valuable resources and fun facts that you can utilize and share with visitors. We also encourage you to complete our Chambers & DMO Survey so we can assist you more effectively in providing you with information and resources that will make your job a bit easier. If you have time and would like to share a fun story or comment about the Faire and a visitor experience—Please do so.
Thank YOU again. HUZZAH!!
|Nearby Accommodations||Gold Canyon Golf Resort
Located just a couple miles west of the Festival, Gold Canyon Golf Resort is an extraordinary Escape from the Ordinary. The resort's 85 unique Hotel rooms offer a variety of amenities such as Indoor or Outdoor Spas, Suites, Wood Burning Fireplaces and Private Patios with splendid views of the majestic Superstition Mountains.
Special Room Rates for Arizona Renaissance Festival visitors! Just ask for the CVB Renaissance Festival Special Casita Rate.
Lost Dutchman State Park
|Map & Directions||We are EASILY ACCESSIBLE from anywhere in the state - time travel is a great thing! Click here for a map and directions to the Festival.|
|Special Events||Every weekend at the Festival is filled with Action, Adventure and Fun for the Whole Family! Click here to visit our Special Events page to see what the weekend's theme is, what kind of special offers may be available and other festivities planned for the weekend.|
|Festival Materials you can print for your visitors||For the Kids:
Kids Word Search Activity with Special Offer
Kids Renaissance Activity Sheet
Pirate Coloring Sheet
Charging Knight Coloring Sheet
Princess Coloring Sheet
Mermaid Coloring Sheet
|Fun Facts||Since our state is a big GOLF playing state filled with lush courses, how many of you knew that King James II of Scotland outlawed golf in 1457 because he believed it distracted his archers from training?|
Please bookmark this page; we are always making changes and adding additional resources for you!