Update-This has sold out. There were not other deals last year, but if one turns up for 2015, I’ll let you know!
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Quick note that Groupon is offering a fun deal to the Renaissance Faire at the Kelley Farm in Bonney Lake. This was a popular one with readers last year, and I think it was the best deal that ended up being offered to this multi day, back-in-time festival.
I’ve never been, but if your idea of fun is hanging out with Lords and Ladies of yesteryear, or gnawing on a giant turkey leg, it might be the thing for you!
Here’s a little more detail via Groupon
Glimpses into the Elizabethan era fulfill the mission of bringing a bygone Europe to life. Turning the Kelley Farm into the Village of Merriwick, entertainers of all types, from courtiers to peasants, engage fairgoers with a range of acts. Flanked by her entourage, Queen Elizabeth travels through the streets, perhaps on her way to watch the jousters compete for her phone number, or perhaps to watch sprightly performances.
Elsewhere, merchants peddle their wares to passersby, talking up goods such as hand-forged weapons and roasted turkey legs. Camel rides and bubble-filled buckets cater to kids, and adults can duck into two alehouses where quick-witted wenches pour draft microbrews and ciders.
Sounds like a hoot, right? And, right now you can use code FUNTIMES to save an extra 15% off! Note that there are several options for this deal-I think most of you would probably want the family day pass, which can be used any day of the festival.
This offer did sell out in the past, so if you’re interested head here to Groupon to check it out sooner rather than later. The FUNTIMES code can be used up to 3x, so you might want to see if there is anything else of interest if you’re needing to save on your summer staycation!
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