Who: All ages. Costumes encouraged but not required.
What: The 12th annual Robin Hoods Medieval Faire.
Where: 150 Locust Road, Harwinton, CT
When: Every Saturday & Sunday from May 21 to July 3, 2022.
Hours: 10:30 am to 6:00 pm.
Cost: General Admission $15 (ages 16+); Youth Admission (ages 7-15); Child Admission (0-6) FREE. Tickets can be purchased online through our website or at the Faire's Box Office on all event days. Online tickets may include a convenience fee.
Cash & Credit: Cash is required for games and food. Admission and many merchants also accept credit cards. ATM available inside the Faire.
Refund & Re-Entry Policy
Refunds: The Faire does not offer refunds or ticket exchanges, including reimbursements for closure due to weather, acts of God, unused tickets, or other reasons beyond our control.
Re-Entry: We do allow same-day re-entry to the faire. Get a hand stamp at our entrance before exiting.
Photo & Video Policy
General Photography: All Faire guests may take photos and video for personal use. Performers reserve the right to ask any guest to cease photography or videography of their show at any time for any reason.
Commercial Photography: We do not allow commercial photography without express written permission from Faire management.
Permission to Photograph
During the event, anyone on the Faire site grants The Connecticut Renaissance Faire permission to capture their image via camera or video to use in Faire collateral materials. Parents and guardians grant the Faire permission to photograph their child for us in our collateral materials. Collateral materials include online videos, television commercials, radio commercials, websites, social media, etc.
Dog & Pet Rules - Look!
Our Faire welcomes all public-friendly, well-behaved pets. The following rules are mandatory for dogs:
Rabies Vax: All dogs must have proof of rabies vaccination. Their dog tag may have this info.
Dogs in Heat: Intact dogs in heat are not permitted.
Leash Rules: You must have your dog leashed and in control at all times. Leashes must be static and no longer than 6 feet maximum.
The following rules apply to all pets:
Clean-Up: We expect guests to clean up after their pets. It is your responsibility to ensure pets do not relieve themselves on tents or booths.
Pets We Allow: The Faire allows dogs, cats, rabbits, ferrets, rats, lizards, and goats. We do not allow horses, donkeys, mules, or general livestock. If you aren't sure the Faire will admit your pet into the event, please call us at 860-478-5954 before heading out. The Faire reserves the right to remove or refuse entry to any pet.
Unruly Pets or Owners: We reserve the right to remove any pet or pet owner without a refund at any time for not obeying the rules set forth by management.
Inclement Weather Policy
We intend to continue with our regular schedule, rain or shine. Should the weather become dangerous to our participants or guests, we will alter the show schedule without notice or close the event. Our Facebook Page (fb.com/robinhoodsfaire) will be updated as soon as possible. If you are concerned about potential closures, please call our box office at 860-478-5954 before leaving home.
Weapon & Costume Policy
Guests are welcome to wear family-friendly costuming to get into the fun. Costuming doesn't have to be "Medieval" as we're a fantasy-based event. Come as you are or as you wish to be. Anything public-friendly goes, including Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, Superheros, Villains, Stormtroopers, etc.
Any bladed weapons must be peace-tied. Weapons that are not easily peace-tied subject approval by Gate Security on a case-by-case basis. Replica weapons that resemble modern firearms are not permitted.
Outside Food & Drink Policy
While the Faire has various affordable food options, we also allow guests to bring packed lunches, snacks, and non-alcoholic beverages. We will escort individuals found in possession of outside alcohol off of the site without a refund.
Faire management reserves the right to inspect any package or container for any reason.
Ticket Scam Warning
Be aware that there are numerous ticket scammers on Facebook claiming that (for whatever excuse) they can’t make it to the Faire this year and want to sell their tickets (usually cheap). Scammers are also able to print fake tickets and attempt to sell them in our parking lot. We cannot guarantee the validity of these tickets. To avoid being scammed we recommend purchasing your tickets through our website or at our box office on all Faire days.
Do You Run Any Other Shows?
Renaissance Faires originated in California back in the sixties. Since then, they've spread across the country, with some states having more than one. We run two shows in Connecticut: The Connecticut Renaissance Faire (Lebanon, CT) and Robin Hood's Medieval Faire (Harwinton, CT). Accept no substitutions.