News & Updates

What have you done for us lately?

  Thanks to all of our wonderful patrons and volunteers who continuously support us through ticket purchases, donations, blood, sweat, and tears. We’d like you to know what it is all for. Because of you and all your generosity…


  The Baldwin Lane elementary School in Big Bear is receiving for it's Kindergarten classes, school supplies for the year!



  Corrinne Buckmaster, one of our scholarship recipients.  Is graduating WITH HONORS! on Aug 20th with an associates degree in Medical Sciences! From Platt college, Congratulations Corri!! Way To GO!


Ticket Prices:


August 13th, 14th, 20th & 21st, 2010,

10 a.m. till 6 p.m.


  • Adults: $15
  • Adult weekend pass: $26
  • Adult season pass: $50
  • Seniors (55+)/ Military & Students with ID: $12
  • Children 6-12: $12
  • Senior/Military/Student/Child weekend pass: $20
  • Senior/Military/Student/Child season pass: $38
  • Children 5 and under: FREE

    Tickets on sale at the gate. Advanced tickets can be purchased by calling 1-800-4-BIG-BEAR.



Grounds & Policies:


Parking: Parking is free and is a short distance away.

Wheelchairs: Most of the faire site is handicap accessible, but there are some areas that may be difficult. The terrain is natural and uneven.

Faire Site: The terrain at the faire site is natural and uneven. For comfort and safety please wear sturdy, comfortable shoes. Some show seating is on straw bales.

Pets: Pets allowed.

Alcohol: No alcoholic beverages or other kinds of food or drinks may be brought into the faire, however, beer, wine and mead are sold on site. As well as many fyne foods to tempt your taste buds. All backpacks are subject to search.

*Unopened water bottles may be brought in to the faire.

Smoking: Is allowed.

Re-entry: Visitors to the Faire may leave and re-enter by receiving a hand stamp upon exit.

Costumes: To add to your faire experience, we encourage wearing Elizabethan period costumes.

Weapons Policy: All weapons to be period pieces only. Absolutely no firearms. All blades to be peace-tied. No exceptions.

Merriment Policy: Security personnel will be on site to encourage responsible participant and imbibing. A first-aid station and qualified personnel will also be on the grounds.

Media Policy: Ticket purchase constitutes permission to use your candid likeness, still photography or video, for future advertising purposes and/or promotional purposes as authorized and deemed appropriate by the Big Bear Valley Renaissance Society, Inc. and its sponsors.