2017 photo contest winner Jim Charette
photo: Jim Charette

Photos & Videos

We try our best to make the New York Renaissance Faire a feast for the eyes. Feel free to bring your camera or camcorder out with you, whether you consider yourself a pro or are just starting out. Commercial photography of every kind is prohibited within the New York Renaissance Faire without explicit written consent from management. It is also forbidden to bring ancillary photography/videography equipment into the park without prior written approval, including, but not limited to, lights, tripods, and reflectors. If you would like to come out to our Faire and film or take pictures for a project, please contact us via email.

Thank you.

Members of the Press

Public Relations Contact & Press Releases

Maria Finucane
Director of Publicity and Promotions
Click Here to contact us via email.

Press Releases:
2020 Press Release (PDF)

Available Upon Request:
~ Press Kits
~ Interviews with a wide variety of performers, artisans, and Faire Directors
~ Photos for print articles
~ Press Credentials and Passes

Click here to request 2020 media passes.

Press Photo Gallery

Photo Credit: New York Renaissance Faire & Deborah Grosmark

New York Renaissance Faire Reviews

Wonderful experience! Worth the price..great for families and or friends. Stroller friendly! Everyone is very polite. Great hourly shows all over the place, wonderful merchandise, and food. All around great fun! – Alexa Kelly

This is the biggest, best Renaissance Fair on the East Coast! It consists of medieval buildings set into a former botanical garden. The site is large. Clean. There are shows, crafts, and merchants. The staff is happy and friendly. There is a variety of food and drink. Try it and see! – Renee Williams

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