Ticket/Admissions FAQs:


August 24, 25, 31;

September 1, 2, 7, 8, 14, 15, 21, 22, 28, 29;

October 5, 6, 12, 13, 19 & 20, 2024

                                10:00 am – 7:00 pm

How much are tickets? (2024 Ticket Prices - Prices subject to change)

All single day and multiday tickets sales are online only.

August 24 – September 8: 

  • Adult (Ages 16- 61) $26 
  • Senior (Ages 62+) $23 
  • Children (Ages 7- 15) $14 

September 14 – October 20:

  • Adult (Ages 16- 61) $32
  • Senior (Ages 62+) $28
  • Children (Ages 7- 15) $18

**Children 6 and under free and do not require a ticket**

Multi-Day tickets/passes

  • Season Pass $285.00
  • 9 Day Pass $162.00
  • 6 Day Pass $108.00
  • Weekend Pass $54.00 - For Weekends Beginning September 14 (Weekend Passes Are Not Available For The First Three Weekends)

What if I have a group? How do I buy tickets? (2024 Ticket Prices - Prices subject to change) 

Group price rates begin with 20 or more people. Group ticket purchases must be made collectively (one payment) and cannot be changed once purchased (no adding or subtracting individuals from the group order). Please double check how many people are in your group before ordering. Once the group order has been finalized, the group order cannot be changed. Group purchases can be made over the phone 410-266-7304 (Monday - Friday 10:00 am - 4:00 pm). Groups coming by bus or extended van, please let the festival office know if you have a dedicated/chartered driver. We offer one complimentary ticket for charter/bus drivers for our group purchases.  Group ticket sales are not available for sold out dates.

August 24 – September 8: 

  • Group Adult $23 
  • Group Child $13 

September 14 – October 20:

  • Group Adult $28
  • Group Child $17

Directions/Parking/ Accessibility

The Maryland Renaissance Festival is located at: 1821 Crownsville Rd. Annapolis, MD 21401. You can find more information about how to get to the festival by visiting our webpage dates-times-directions to receive driving directions from Washington D.C., Baltimore, Eastern Shore/Annapolis, Southern Maryland (St Mary’s and Waldorf areas), Dahlgren, VA, Frederick/Western MD, and from New York/New Jersey/Harford County (MD).

Gate Restrictions

No weapons (blades, firearms, explosives, etc…) are allowed on festival grounds. While we do have artisans who sell real weaponry, we do not allow those weapons to be brandished around the grounds. Any weapons purchased within the festival grounds must remain within the original packaging when purchased.

Obvious toy weapons are limited based on the discretion of our festival security staff. If the prop weapon looks realistic to their real weaponry counterparts, we will ask that the toy weapon be returned to your vehicle. Toy weapons we do permit are the wooden swords we sell here at the festival (with the exception of Hollow Earth weaponry, those are classified as a training weapons), foam weapons, and Nerf toys.

Clothing and Costume Guidelines

The Maryland Renaissance Festival reserves the right to deny admission or remove any person wearing clothing that is considered inappropriate for a family-friendly event. This includes – but is not limited to:

  • Clothing with obscene language or graphics
  • Clothing which exposes excessive portions of the skin that may be viewed as inappropriate for a family environment
  • Clothing or costume items with any sharp objects.

Additional Information and Traveling Tips

Visit our websites Entertainment section Entertainment to see our list of shows for the season and this year’s story line. A map of the festival grounds, artisan’s locations within the festival is at artisans#Queen. When you enter the festival gates, you’ll be given a brochure with a map of the festival, show times for each stage, and a list of craft shops organized by each “street/path” within Revel Grove. You can also use the Maryland Renaissance Festival app on your smartphone, which has an interactive map showing different locations within the festival.