The festival is built around shows. There's plenty of humor, between shows like the Flying Debris Show, the Tortuga Twins, Ded Bob, Barely Balanced and the Mud Show. There are shows with animals including the Birds of Prey. And there are shows that amaze like the Adam Crack Fire Whip Show.
In between shows, there are shops to browse, demonstrations to watch, guests can give archery a go, take a ride on the Nina, Pinta or Santa Maria, try to climb Jacob's Ladder or enjoy some of that famous festival food.
"We have the turkey legs, we have macaroni and cheese on a stick (and) we have pork chops," Bullfrog noted.
Try chicken fried bacon or chocolate covered bacon, too.
The Georgia Renaissance Festival is open Saturdays and Sundays now through June 2. It's open Memorial Day, too. Each weekend brings a different featured act to town and a new theme. Kids free weekend, Highland Fling weekend and pirates weekend are coming up. Guests are more than welcome to dress up when visiting.
Check out the festival on the web to learn more.