Searching for a place where the whole family can mingle with royalty and cheer dueling swordfighters and enjoy entertainment fit for a king? If so, you won't want to miss the Cain's Crossing Renaissance Faire. Escape with us to another tyme? The faire takes place in the large, oak studded meadow of the Auburn Regional Park. Visitors will be transported to an English settlement bustling with activity. Colorful characters, entertainers, royalty and craftspeople roam the village, ensuring a variety of amusement including food for feasting, sword fights to observe, belly dancers to fascinate, musicians to entertain, magicians to enchant, artisans to amuse and more. <br>Designed as a replica of a merry olde English town in the late 1500's, the townsfolk of Cain's Crossing are jubilant upon the arrival of Queen Elizabeth on her progress through the area. Beautiful Cain's Crossing is set along a trade-route where peoples from countries near and far gather to offer food and drink and wares to the visitors who come to enjoy the merriment of this festive occasion.
Closed in 2012.
From Hw49, take Dry Creek Rd West and turn South on Richardson.