Last weekend, we headed to check out to King Richard's Faire, New England's largest and longest running Renaissance Festival, in Carver, MA. This was the third year for me and the big kids and the second time for Daniel and my husband. The first year D went he was little though so this was the first time he really got to enjoy it.
|The King and Queen (and a little cutie) greeted us at the gate|
If you're thinking of heading to the Faire also be sure to check out my previous post "Things to Know Before Bringing Your Family to King Richard's Faire" which is full of useful info (if I do say so myself!).
We first spent a decent amount of time simply walking around and taking in the sites.
|With sites like this who needs much more?|
|Isabelle made friends with a fairy|
We ended the day with an ice cream cone and some great memories. Oh, and we tried to leave Daniel behind but he found his way back to us.
King Richard's Faire is open weekends August 30th through October 19, 2014 (including Columbus Day Monday). Tickets are $29 for adults (12+) and $16 for children ages 4-11. Children under 4 are free, as is parking. You can purchase tickets HERE and find helpful info HERE.
*My family received complimentary tickets to facilitate this review. As always, all opinions are my own.*