The Nature Wild Park Freisen will hold its first spring medieval market Saturday and Sunday. “We are offering this spring medieval market for the first time, it will be smaller than our traditional summer market in August,” said Matthias Broszeit from the Nature Wild Park Freisen. “Participants will take our […]
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Bad Muenster am Stein/Ebernburg will hold its 30th Medieval Market with jousting tournaments today through Sunday. The market, with more than 110 stands, will be located in the old part of Ebernburg, below Ebernburg Castle. The knights tournament will take place near the banks of Nahe River, in front of Rotenfels, a huge red sandstone rock.
The Nature Wildlife Park Freisen will hold its 16th Medieval Market Saturday and Sunday. On a meadow area of about 60,000 square meters, around 400 tents will be put up to house approximately 2,000 actors. There will be more than 120 groups including Vikings, Celtics and Normans demonstrating life in […]
To celebrate its 1125th anniversary, Winnweiler will sponsor a medieval market today, Saturday and Sunday.
Reipoltskirchen will host a medieval market at the bottom of its “Wasserburg,” a moated castle, Saturday and Sunday. For the fourth time, this castle, which is one of the best-kept castles in the Pfalz, will be the location for medieval groups presenting the life of the Middle Ages.
For the fifth time, the community of Glan-Muenchweiler will sponsor a medieval market Saturday and Sunday in Matzenbach.
The Nature Wild Park Freisen will hold its 15th Medieval Market Saturday and Sunday. The park team will go back in time presenting all the eras of the Middle Ages in the fest area covering over 600,000 square feet. A medieval town made up of about 600 tents will be set up housing approximately 2,000 actors.
The community of Schönenberg near Ohmbachsee, or Ohmbach Lake, will be the stage for a medieval market Saturday through Monday.
The village of Reipoltskirchen will host a medieval market at the bottom of its “Wasserburg,” or moated castle, Saturday and Sunday.
Bad Münster am Stein/Ebernburg will hold its 27th medieval market with jousting tournaments today through Sunday. The event with more than 100 stands and craftsmen will be located in the center of Ebernburg. The knights tournament will take place near the banks of the Nahe River, in front Rotenfels, a large, red, sandstone rock.