Montana is full of history. With places like Butte, Virginia City, Bannock, and many others, there are plenty of options for those who like to step back into yesteryear. But what if you wanted to go way back? Like several hundred years back?

We're talking knights and jousting and turkey legs galore!

For those planning their summer around different activities, you'll want to pencil this in for a fun day of Kings, Queens, Lords, Ladies, and maybe even a Jester or two.

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The Bozeman Renaissance Festival is happening on Saturday, August 24th, and will kick off at 10 am and go until 8 pm at the Gallatin Country Fairgrounds. If you've never been to a Renaissance Festival, they're lots of fun with plenty to do and see and the Bozeman Festival is family-friendly. Plus, if you have guests in town, it's a great way to entertain them for a day.

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How much do tickets cost?

There's something for everyone at this year's Festival and tickets are already available. If you pre-order your tickets, you can get them for 10 bucks a piece which will save you a couple of bucks as opposed to buying them at the gate the day of.

Oh, and another bonus is that kids 12 and under are free. If you would like to purchase your tickets in advance, you can do so by clicking here.

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This year's Festival will provide music, entertainment, games, fantastic food, and a medieval market with some wonderful products for sale. Plus, there will be stories, drama, and everything else you would expect.

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Fun Things To See At A Renaissance Festival

Take a trip back in time while wearing uncomfortable clothing