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The Maryland Renaissance Festival has become the region’s premier outdoor event and the second largest Renaissance Festival in the country. Since the Festival’s first season as a modest temporary village setup in 1977, the event has matured into a large 16th Century theme park with more than 1,300 participants and over 350,000 guests per season.

The Maryland Renaissance Festival employs more than 600 people during each season, working in entertainment and customer service. Eighty-five acres of parking space handle the daily parking. The English Tudor village of today is 25 acres of woods, field and permanent buildings, (including a replica Globe Theatre), that transport patrons to an era of chivalry, bawdiness, and good fun. There are more than 130 craft shops displaying many wares handmade by the village artisans. Forty-two food outlets provide a feast of foods rarely seen at other festivals. Each season, more than half a million beverages are served at the Festival’s eight soft drink stands, five beer stands, and five taverns.

The Maryland Renaissance Festival, near Annapolis in Crownsville, Maryland, is a full day of fun for the whole family.

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