King Richard’s Faire: A Feast for the Senses (and the Stomach)!

Your company or group can enjoy a feast of turkey legs, play in our forest, and get a ROYALLY deal on admission!

Group members are not required to attend the Faire on the same day; you are free to go alone or with your group as you see fit.

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Calling all ye hungry adventurers and food-loving knaves! If you’re looking for a truly immersive and delicious experience, then look no further than King Richard’s Faire. This renowned Renaissance Faire in Carver, Massachusetts, transports you back to a bygone era of merriment, revelry, and, of course, amazing food!

Get ready to tantalize your taste buds with a smorgasbord of delectable dishes and drinks, all crafted with the finest ingredients and served with a side of medieval charm. From hearty turkey legs to crispy dragon claws, savory shepherd’s pie to refreshing peasant potions, there’s something to satisfy every craving.

Let’s embark on a culinary journey through the Faire’s diverse offerings:

Main Dining Delights:

  • Canterbury Kitchens: This bustling hub offers a wide array of options, including the legendary gluten-free turkey leg, a must-try for any meat-lover. Vegetarians can rejoice in the dragon claws ‘n fryes, while those seeking a lighter bite can opt for the garden salad. And don’t forget to indulge in a giant stuffed baked potato or Baker’s Mac n’ Cheese for a truly satisfying meal.
  • Village Oven: Craving something sweet? Head over to the Village Oven for a slice of King’s Towering Chocolate Cake or a warm apple crisp with ice cream. For a touch of whimsy, try Eve’s Caramel Apple with All the Temptations.

Dragon’s Tavern:

  • Hearty Baskets: This tavern is the perfect pitstop for a quick and satisfying bite. Choose from The Peasant Patty Basket or its vegetarian counterpart, The Veggie Peasant Patty Basket, both served with delicious fryes. Don’t forget to try the roasted ear o’ corn or The Cobbler’s Corn for a taste of the Faire’s rustic charm.

Tourney Field:

  • Snack Attack: Take a break from the action and refuel with Katherine’s Kettle Korn or King’s Roasted Nuts. These tasty treats are perfect for sharing with your fellow adventurers.

Peasant’s Pass:

  • Simple Sustenance: For a simple yet satisfying snack, grab a Peasant Bread. This humble loaf is perfect for dipping in your favorite beverage or enjoying on its own.

Quench Your Thirst:

  • Beverage Bonanza: Throughout the Faire, you’ll find numerous watering holes to quench your thirst. Choose from peasant potions like Queen’s Cup o’ Soda or bottle o’ water, or indulge in a baron’s beer like Coors Light Beere or Shipyard Pumpkin. For a touch of sophistication, visit Wizard’s Winery for a glass of whyte, red, or blush wyne.

And for those seeking a truly unique experience, check out these special offerings:

  • Pirate’s Pop N’ Go: This pop-up stand offers a variety of craft cans, including The King’s Brew IPA and Cayman Jack Margarita.
  • Cart o’Champagne Corner: For a touch of bubbly elegance, visit this corner for a glass of sparklin’ champagne with a strawberry.

No matter your taste or dietary needs, King Richard’s Faire has something to tantalize your taste buds. So come hungry, come thirsty, and come ready to experience a feast for the senses!

Additional Tips:

  • Arrive early: The Faire opens at 10:30 am, so arrive early to beat the crowds and get your fill of the best food and drinks.
  • Bring cash: While some vendors accept credit cards, it’s always a good idea to have cash on hand.
  • Pace yourself: There’s so much to see and do at the Faire, so don’t try to eat everything in one sitting. Take your time and savor each bite.
  • Share with friends: Many of the dishes are large enough to share, so grab a group of friends and try a variety of options.
  • Don’t forget dessert: Save room for a sweet treat at the end of your day. The apple crisp with ice cream is a personal favorite!

With its abundance of delicious food and drink, King Richard’s Faire is a true foodie’s paradise. So gather your friends and family, and prepare for a culinary adventure you won’t soon forget!

Twins try Renaissance turkey leg


How much does it cost to get into King Richard’s Faire?

Weekends August 31st – October 20th, 2024 including Monday holidays, September 2nd & October 14th. Admission is $46 for adults (12+) and $26 for children (4-11) under 4 is FREE.

How long is King Richard’s Faire open?

When is King Richard’s Faire open? Our 43rd season is open weekends (Saturdays and Sundays) from August 31st – October 20th, 2024, including Monday holidays September 2nd and October 14th.

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