April 7 - May 28, 2018
Saturdays, Sundays, & Memorial Day Monday

Attractions

All things unusual

Petting Zoo

Admission $3

Animals were an important part of the Renaissance villager’s life and the villagers of Scarborough are no exception. Our petting zoo is located near the far end of Taylor Lane between the Whimsey Stage and games of skill (at the top of the Pecan Grove map). Children will have a wonderful hands-on experience with sheep, goats, bunnies, chickens, ducks and pigs as well as a pony llama and tortoise. Parents are allowed in with small children.

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Mythical Monster Museum

General Admission $3

Vampires, Trolls, Mermaids and monsters of all descriptions await you in the Mythical Monster Museum of Raptus and Krane! This walk through attraction is filled with all manner of monsters, from tiny fairies to mighty dragons. See the equipment and weapons used to slay and capture monsters! Learn the histories of the fearless monster hunters, Raptus and Krane and their fearsome prey! Behold the preserved remains of monstrous creatures as well as several beasts that have been captured “alive” (or undead)! A fantastical addition to Scarborough Renaissance Festival┬«, this attraction is a wonder for all ages!

Dungeon of Yorkshire Tower

Admission $3 for Adults, $2 for Children

The dungeons were dark, damp, and infested with vermin and illness. Inside the dungeons were the most deranged murderers and madmen, as well as the innocent; incarcerated not due to proof of wrongdoing – but mere allegations.

The Dungeon of Yorkshire Tower grants an educational insight into the prison system of the Dark Ages.

Due to the graphic nature of these historical displays, we suggest you use personal discretion before purchasing a ticket for this attraction.

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