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School Days General Information



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Dates, Times & Registration

School Days at the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire take place October 3 & 4, 10 & 11, 2018 from 9AM - 3PM. Dates are separated by grade level as follows:

Wednesday, October 3: SR High
Thursday, October 4: Elementary/JR High
Wednesday October 10: JR High
Thursday, October 11: SR High

Admission is $14 per person, with 1 complimentary chaperone admitted for every 8 paid students. Please complete the form on the School Days Registration page to reserve your spot!

Upon arrival at the Faire, our friendly parking attendants will direct you to the registration table. Please bring all forms contained within the School Days Handbook with you when you register. ALL GROUPS must check in at this table to claim their admission wristbands, even if prepaid. No one will be admitted without wearing a wristband in plain sight.



About School Days

Join us for School Days at the Faire, where students journey back to a 16th century English country faire and become immersed in the culture of our 35-acre Elizabethan village. During their visit students gain knowledge of medieval armor from knights of old, witness the sport of falconry, cheer their champion at the Human Chess Match and Tournament Jousts, encounter nobles and peasants from the pages of history books while exploring the Shire of Mount Hope.

Whether participating in period song or dance, or accepting a cameo role with a wandering troupe of players, students express their creativity both on stage and throughout their encounters with the villagers, all within the confines of a dramatic Tudor village in a safe, secure learning environment. Merchants and craftsmen demonstrate their ancient crafts including a blacksmith, glassblower, beekeeper, clothier, leather smith, bowyer, potter, herbalist, and many more. Students also have the chance to participate in competitions and participatory events designed to provide hands‐on learning in a fun, yet competitive setting.