Passport to History
The Passport to History fun patch program is an interactive educational experience for children of all ages and is great for Scouts, Y-Guides, and similar youth organizations!
Immersed into life during the Renaissance, children build character and confidence as they learn lessons of art, chivalry, honor, nobility, and just how far modern day has come. The "passport" is an educational workbook guiding children through village activities that educate and entertain.
Topics include: The Ancient Sports of Jousting, Greyhound Coursing, and Archery. Renaissance Clothing, Fashion, Customs, Language, and Manners. And life as a Renaissance Merchant Trader. Children that complete 5 of the 10 listed activities earn a Carolina Renaissance Festival fun patch!
About the Carolina Renaissance Festival
The Carolina Renaissance Festival is a theatrical facsimile of a fictional 16th century European trading village called Fairhaven. The Festival opens for its 25th annual season, Saturdays & Sundays, September 29 - November 18. The Festival features over 300 costumed participants, representing various entertainments of the time - including jugglers, jousting knights in armor, rope walkers, dancers, villagers, peasants, historical characters and a variety of musicians. Over 100 artisans fill the village, working in mediums such as glass blowing, pottery, leather work, sculpture, candle making - just to name a few. The crafts and entertainments combine with thematic games and foods to create a glimpse of marketplace celebrations and life in the 16th century.
Order Your Passport to History!
The Passport to History pack contains one Passport and one Fun Patch and is only $4.00. It is available for purchase at the Festival Box Office on the day of your attendance.
SAVE with Group Tickets!
Attend as a group of 15 or more and save $3.00 per admission ticket when your order is placed in advance!
Click the ribbon above to order your group discount tickets and Passport to History workbooks and fun patches in advance! Order form can be submitted via fax or scan/email.
* Passport to History is not available in conjunction with the Festival's Student Education Days.