Directions to the Faire

Use Google Maps below to get driving directions to the Faire.

Click Here for more information on how to take the bus from NYC.

To minimize time spent parking, we suggest that you try to arrive around 9:30 AM or earlier if possible.

Preferred parking opens at 7:30 AM. Bonus: you’ll get to catch the opening show at the front gate!

If you are traveling north via the New York State Thruway, please be aware that RT. 17 traffic has been reduced to one lane through the Town of Sloatsburg due to construction. Please consider the NYS Thruway Exit 16 in Harriman and RT. 17 as an alternate route.
Please note: Benjamin Meadow Road via Bramertown Road will be closed on 9/25 & 9/26. If your GPS directs you this way, please disregard it. For best access to the Faire, please follow the posted signs on Rt. 17 and 17A to our parking lots.

New York Renaissance Faire
600 Route 17A, Tuxedo, NY 10987
(845) 351-5171


Shortline/CoachUSA offers Round-Trip Bus Service DIRECTLY to the Front Gate of the Faire from the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Manhattan on any NYRF Event Day.

  • Round-Trip Bus-Only Ticket – Adult $32.50, Child (Ages 0-11) $16.25
  • Day Trip Package including Round-Trip Bus Ticket plus Faire Admission
    • Adult – $56.50 – Save $5.95 on admission! Regular New York Renaissance Faire Box Office price $29.95.
    • Child (Ages 0-11) – $27.50 Save $1.75 on admission! Regular New York Renaissance Faire Box Office price $13.00.

Contact Shortline/CoachUSA directly to order bus tickets, times, and further details.
Call: 1-800-631-8405 OR visit their website at: www.coachusa.com

*(Prices and pick-up times determined by Shortline/CoachUSA.)

New York Renaissance Faire Reviews

Awesome shows! There were homemade crafted items, designer leather outfitters, fair memorabilia, and delicious fresh-made food selections! Most attendees wore period costumes, and their enthusiastic attitude was infectious! There were plenty of costumes for purchase, as well as crowns, barrettes, and buttons. We highly recommend this as a fun, family-oriented venue. You can join in on the fun or simply enjoy as a spectator. *** Wear good walking shoes or hiking boots. A typical visit is 3 to 4 hours, mostly walking and standing. There are bleacher seats for shows, however, they fill up fast. Plenty of tables and seats in the main food court area. Lots of tree-lined pathways and plenty of shaded areas to enjoy the shows! – Megan Keane

We had a great time there this year. Lots of fun activities for adults and kids. We will be back next year! 🙂 – Yi Zhang

Great fun and supporting the arts. Between the magicians, musicians, singers, acrobatics, actors, glassmakers, clothing designers, cobblers, animal handlers… there are so many people working to make this place special. A very immersive experience. You can have fun in plain clothes or dressing up. There are special themes each weekend so depending on when you go you’ll get a different experience each time. – Allison S.

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