Hear ye, hear ye!
Good morrow, Lords and Ladies! We are but five days from the fifth West Virginia Renaissance Festival… the annual celebration which brings the Golden Age of medieval history and fantasy to life in the Greenbrier Valley!
Beginning on Saturday, June 4 and continuing every weekend throughout the month, The West Virginia Renaissance Festival doth bringeth family-friendly entertainment, including music, comedy, games, and all sorts of friendly animals!
Ever wished you could ride a unicorn? Care to demonstrate your skill at knife or ax-throwing? Perhaps you’d like to test your wits in the Castle Escape Room or the wooded-maze? Who knows – you may just encounter a woodland fairy along your journey!
For the more valiant among us, the Jousting Knights and Steeds will be performing three shows a day! And if that still isn’t enough to satiate your appetite for thrilling adventure, the three-story Wheel of Death is back this year to provide gravity-defying excitement!
And while we’re talking about your appetite, you’ll want to come hungry! From turkey legs, hot dogs, jerk-chicken tacos, pizza and scotch eggs, to chocolate dipped cheesecake and dessert crepes, to cider, soda, beer, wine, mead and cocktails, The West Virginia Renaissance Festival will be serving the best food and drink anywhere in the seven kingdoms!
Located on US Route 60 in Greenbrier County, eight miles West of Lewisburg, The West Virginia Renaissance Festival is open every Saturday and Sunday in June from 11 a.m. until 8 p.m.
Children 6 – 12: $8
Children under six are admitted free. On-site parking included with admission. To purchase tickets, click here.
For more information, including a complete lineup of performers and schedule of events, visit https://www.wvrenfest.com/
Matthew Young has been a resident of Lewisburg, WV since December 2019. Prior to arriving in West Virginia, Matthew resided in the Philadelphia area, where his reporting, commentary, and editorials have been featured in numerous local and regional publications. Previously, he has served as a scriptwriter and consultant for television, radio, and various other short-form digital-media platforms, both within the United States and internationally. Since moving to the Mountain State, Matthew spent eighteen months as senior writer/managing editor for the West Virginia Daily News and is currently an active journalist with the West Virginia Press Association.