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The Castle of Muskogee, Muskogee

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  • Finally got to visit the Castle after many years of the cast visiting our home faire. The grounds are lovely! The shops are varied, clean, bright, and staffed by lovely shopkeepers. Love the refill sy...  more »
  • This was our 7th year coming to the Castle and the 3rd year spending Memorial Day weekend. My kids are teens/young adults and my sister has a 4-year-old and everyone has a great time. Don't miss Bob t...  more »
  • Lucky you! This year the Oklahoma Renaissance Festival is being extended to the first weekend in June. You have one more weekend to visit. This is your chance to be a kid again, so bring your imaginat...  more »
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  • Good getaway from real life. I went for the Renaissance Fair and it was a pleasant day. This year was a nice cool day, but usually if you go in May it is super hot, so prepare for that. They have great entertainment and nice fun people. The food is great; kind of expensive, but that's to be expected.
  • The Castle is one of my favorite places in Oklahoma. I love the Renaissance Festival they have here each spring. There are lots of vendors with unique, handmade items, great food and drink options, over a dozen stages with a wide range of entertainment, and a large cast of friendly and welcoming residents of Castleton. There are three other events at The Castle each year as well. They sell discount fireworks during the summer. The Halloween Festival is brilliant fun in the fall. And Castle Christmas is a wonderful outing for those looking for some holiday cheer.
  • Great place. The Renaissance Fair is one of the best places to let your hair down. Lose yourself in old England. The only downside is they only havE one fair per year, every weekend in may. They have other events but I have not been to any of them it's not Burning Man but still a ton of fun.
  • Awesome! The volunteers blend history with fantasy and never seemed to break character. I'm from the Orlando area. This was nearly Disney World quality. The send off at the end of the day was moving and so special!
  • We visited here for the final weekend of the Renaissance Festival. The parking was orderly, and there were shady spots available. The walk was not too far (we have two young kids.) Inside, the decorations were wonderful, and the performers were great. The queen herself stopped and chit chatted with our 2.5 year old. He gave her a flower and she put it on. Make sure you go see Bob the Juggler's act, it is a total hoot. There is this sweet wooden walkway which is wheelchair/wagon/stroller friendly which weaves through a wooded and viny wild area with seating areas within. I would definitely visit here again.

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