Shakopee

Minnesota Renaissance Festival

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12364 Chestnut Blvd., Shakopee, MN 55379.

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based on 16 reviews

10/01/13
Morgan B.
I was just so happy to eat a giant turkey leg the size of my head.... Until I tasted it. While the turkey really is better in theory than in practice, going...

09/09/13
Susannah H.
Hold up (wait a minute!). Ryan P., to each his own, sure. Not everyone has to like RenFest, and that's fine. However, if you're going to quote history...

06/19/13
Jason N.
I guess I dont get it!? Im a Game of Thrones fan, like the outdoors and so forth, but there just isnt much to do here. We went on pet day and had fun...
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08/29/09
Meghan Wilker
Check out The Secret Garden. A sweet little walk through the woods with fairy houses along the way. (Bonus: it's one of the few free things here.)
10/25/10
MPLSco
Grab a turkey leg and wash it down with some mead!
08/21/10
Alex Yeager
Make sure to find time for Vilification Tennis and the Tortuga Twins Adult shows
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rating 4.4 out of 5
08/02/14
Darkstar 暗スター
Lots of fun. Also lots of walking. Do not wear high heels. Wear shoes though, and when I say shoes, I mean do NOT wear flip flops or sandals. Dirt will get in between your toes and alongside the straps. Also your feet will be dead by tomorrow morning. Much walking is done there. The shops are impr....
08/14/14
denise cheswick
My Husband took me here and I had a Wonderful Time. I really Enjoyed the Festival!!!!!!!!!!!!! I Hope My Husband Enjoyed it too!
01/05/14
Amber C
Truly enjoyed my visits when I was younger, so many things to see great demonstrations and acts/ comedians, also there were very tasty treats; turkey legs, pickles, roasted nuts, and drinks of the era. The volunteers/ actors spoke appropriate language for the time period as well, it really made it f....
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