Bristol Renaissance Faire is a Renaissance reasonable held in a Renaissance-themed stop in the town of Bristol, Wisconsin. It reproduces a visit of Queen Elizabeth I to the English port city of "Bristol" in the year 1574. The faire keeps running for the nine ends of the week from early July through Labor Day. The Bristol Renaissance Faire was established in 1972 by Richard Shapiro, and his significant other Bonnie, as "Ruler Richard's Faire". The occasion was a four-end of the week reasonable and drew roughly 10,000 individuals.
In 1988, the Shapiros sold the fair to Renaissance Entertainment Corporation, having made a second manifestation of the King Richard's Faire in Carver, Massachusetts. The first King Richard's Faire was re-opened that year as the "Bristol Renaissance Faire". The dominant ruler progressed toward becoming Queen Elizabeth I instead of the anecdotal "Lord Richard", and the year was set at 1574. Around then, the reasonable played seven ends of the week and drew more than 200,000 guests every year, along these lines putting it among the most astounding went to on the planet. Renaissance faire staples, for example, jousting competitions, chronicled reenactments, and stage indicates proceed. You can come and enjoy this event.