All Hallows Eve at the Texas Renaissance Festival

Halloween night only comes around once a year-unless you’re lucky enough to live in one of the new kb homes in Houston, Texas! The Texas Renaissance Festival in Todd Mission, Texas is just over an hour away and offers an entire weekend for you and your children to show off your costumes and celebrate the fun and frivolity of Halloween

Olde World All Hallows Eve


October 29-30, 2016 is set aside at the Texas Renaissance Festival for a truly old world, spooktacular experience. The shops in the Renaissance are ready for you and your children with candy for the trick-or-treaters. On Sunday, kids 12 and under are given FREE admission to the festival. So, put on that costume and you can enjoy 3 days of Halloween fun.

An Authentic English Town

The Texas Renaissance Festival is America’s largest Renaissance celebration and has won many awards for the experience it has created for over 500,000 guests every year. Situated on 55 acres, the township of New Market Village was created to resemble a 16th century village. Complete with blacksmithing, weaving, glass blowing, musicians, and Lords and Ladies rambling through the village you’ll feel that you’ve stepped back centuries in time.

The Shoppes

Over 300 “shoppes” are open during the 8-week Renaissance season, from late September through most of November. You’ll be able to find art, pottery, music, jewelry, curiosities, and fabulous modern and ancient styled gifts and collectibles.


From opening to closing, the stages, greens, arenas, and theaters of the Texas Renaissance Festival is full of entertainers to enchant and amuse you. With acts that range from bawdy and irreverent to thoughtful and romantic, you’re sure to find a favorite artist. You can hear poems, pub songs, hammered dulcimer music, and pirate’s singing sea shanties at one of the 19 venues almost any time of the day.


Come out to the Renaissance Festival, dress in your Halloween costume, or don your best Robin Hood disguise and come out for a day of jousting knights, lovely ladies of the court, and feasts fit for a Shakespearean drama.

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