15th Annual Santa Fe Renaissance Faire

15th Annual Santa Fe Renaissance Faire

Join this majestic journey back in time to the Kingdom of Golondrinas. Travel with the fairies to their enchanted village, cheer on the knights of the Order of Epona, laugh with Clan Tynker, play in the kids game area, eat delicious foods, dance to medieval music, and buy unique arts and crafts at New Mexico’s premier Renaissance Fair.

Date: September 16-17, 2023

Time: 10am to 5 pm

Tickets: Adult Admission: $18
Seniors (62+) , Teens (13–17), Veterans & Students (with valid ID): $10
12 and Under: FREE!!!

PLEASE NOTE: Guests are Highly Encouraged to Purchase Tickets Online In Advance

In Person Ticket Prices, Day of Event, Will be Higher as Listed Below:

Adult Admission: $20

Seniors (62+), Teens (13-17) and Veterans: $12


Location: El Rancho de las Golondrinas,334 Los Pinos Road, Santa Fe, NM 87507

Event Information

Location: El Rancho de las Golondrinas,334 Los Pinos Road, Santa Fe, NM 87507



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