The Tennessee Renaissance Festival takes a final bow on Memorial Day in the shadow of Triune’s Castle Gwynne.
The festival will be open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., featuring jousting, music, humor, food and crafts, and lots of costumed characters using words like “m’lady,” and “m’lord.”
More than 60 artisans display their wares, specialty foods and drinks, while the sounds of Renaissance musicians and merrymakers fill the surrounding woods. And yes, there is a real castle to explore.
Parking is free, but be sure to bring cash.
Before you head back to the 16th century, visit here for more details.