Come visit at the Tennessee Renaissance Festival!


We are preparing for the opening weekend of the Tennessee Renaissance Festival. We are in the same spot as in years past, so it should be easy to find. We are also celebrated our 15th year at thee festival!

Come see us for art, elf ears, and books!


About the Tennessee Renaissance Festival:

Travel back to 16th Century England. Our Village of Covington Glen comes alive with the bustle of a Renaissance Marketplace. Over 60 skilled Artisans from all over the country display their wares from silks to swords; from gems to jewels. Flavors, aromas and tastes of specialty foods and drinks greet the festival-goer. Hear the sounds of Renaissance musicians and merrymakers as they echo through the trees. Color, movement, and peals of laughter welcome those who thrill to the challenges of Games of Skill and Man-Powered Rides. Come join us at the Tennessee Renaissance Festival!

2016 Running Dates

May 7, 8, 14, 15, 21, 22, 28, 29, plus Memorial Day May 30!
Hours: 10am – 6:00pm

Free parking, and free admission for children 5 and under!

Order your tickets online:
Advance Tickets are now available!
Order now and your tickets will be mailed right to your door, or waiting for you at Will Call for when you arrive at the festival.

Just added!
The Daily Entertainment Schedule is now available online!

Group Sales:
The Tennessee Renaissance Festival offers discount admission tickets for groups of 15 adults or more. Inquire for more details by emailing us at or calling our office at (615) 395-9950. The deadline for Advanced Group Ticket Sales is April 15th. Group Discount Rates are available only by advance order, and are not available at the Festival Grounds Ticket Sales Booth.

Located off Highway 96 between the towns of Franklin and Murfreesboro, the Tennessee Renaissance Festival is easily accessible from I-24, I-65, and I-840, just 25 miles south of Nashville. The festival address is 2124 New Castle Road, Arrington, TN, 37014

For additional help, we’ve provided a map with directions to the faire.

Please note, pets are not allowed at the Tennessee Renaissance Festival.