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The Castle of Muskogee, Muskogee

Categories: Castles, Tourist Spots
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4/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web
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  • We have been going for close to 10 years and after last night we won't be going back. You wait for an hour and a half after getting in before you can do anything because they don't open the events unt...  read more »
  • We spent about an 1 1/2 hrs waiting to get on the haunted hay ride last year. It was our first time there, so we were all very excited. There are a lot of people so I understand the wait except the ac...  read more »
  • Really neat place. It changes so much year after year and season after season. From the Midieval Fair, July Fireworks, Hallowee Festival, and the Christmas Lights, this place is great for the whole fa...  read more »
  • Absolutely wonderful! Had a great time with the family. One our favorites is the fairy trail. All except the blue fairy, were vary nice and spoke to all the kids. They even got to have a fairy tea party with 3 of the best fairy's it was so great can't thank those ladies enough. The whole fair was magical such a great time for all ages. Thank you the the red Knight and the lady Knight for taking pictures with the kids and autographing their swords.
  • This is a review of the OK Renaissance Festival, which conveniently enough takes place on the ground of the Castle of Muskogee. Naturally there are other events here, your mileage may vary. I can't say I've been to a lot of Renaissance fairs, but I've been to enough to know that the parking situation was surprisingly well organized. Had no problems getting in & finding a spot compared to the number of people on grounds. And on grounds was great--plenty of permanent exhibition buildings well designed & maintained and plenty of room for the more ephemeral stalls as well. Two words of advice, depending on the day you go it will get busy. Expect crowds, be patient, and you'll do ok. Also, bring cash--a few vendors take plastic but not many, and critically most of the food vendors do not. There are ATM's available, but who wants to pay a turkey leg's worth of ATM fees (or more?) All in all a great place to travel back in time for a few hours and let your hair (or lack thereof) down.
  • Absolutely amazing. The actors and entertainers are incredibly friendly and lots of fun. There is so much to see and do. And while you could drop a boatload of money here, the overall experience is more geared toward family fun than profit. Food and trinkets are inexpensive. Lots of free stuff to see and do to keep the kiddos occupied. The quality of the vendors is very high. Words just can't explain how awesome everyone was. A special note of thanks to the wonderful troop of "the Lord Mayors company", His Holiness the Archbishop, And to the Queen herself. All of whom helped ensure a 10yo with food poisoning, from the hotel breakfast, still had a very enjoyable time. Nobility runs deep in this castle !
  • Great events throughout the year: renaissance faire, halloween, Christmas. Great place for family fun. Great prices. Excellent entertainment, food and sights. Get out there and make priceless memories. I love the live music, kids activities, the fairy woods walk, the pub next to a pirate ship- built on an actual pond!!
  • The place was closed when we speed by, but the gates were pen so we strolled around, this is definitely a place we are going to come to during all the different festivals it has. The Halloween one looks very cool.
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