St George’s Day Medieval Fayre and Parade

21 April 2024, 11.00am – 4pm
You are invited to a day filled with history and entertainment

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You are invited to a day filled with history and entertainment at our St George’s Day Medieval Fayre and Parade.


St George’s Day Medieval Fayre
On Sunday 21 April, Discover Bucks Museum will transform into a medieval fayre with crafts, talks, demonstrations, and performances to keep the whole family entertained.

Curious about how people in the Middle Ages looked after their health? There’s a chance to quiz a medieval physician plus hilarious performances from Queens Park Art Centre’s Unbound Theatre.

New for 2024, The King’s Head Pub will host a pub quiz, the arming of the knight, an informative presentation on St George and nationally acclaimed ‘Gilbert the Executioner’ shows and more – perfect for those joining us without little ones.


St George’s Day Parade (from 3pm)
St George will lead a parade to be proud of on horseback. Local uniformed youth groups will parade around Market Square from 3pm before a service of thanks.


It is our aim to make your visit as accessible as possible by implementing changes so that you can enjoy the day with all of your family. Click here to see how we have made our event accessible for all.



Performance area at Discover Bucks Museum

11am* – The Bard of Aylesbury

11:15am, 12:30pm, 1:15pm, 2:30pm – Medieval musicians

11:45am, 12:45pm*, 1:45pm – Tales of the Roses with Unbound Theatre

1:30pm Medieval monk

*BSL performances



This event is FREE


If you would like to visit the Museum and / or the Roald Dahl Children’s Gallery while you’re here please book your tickets below:

There are 2 ticket options available; book our

Museum ticket (kids go FREE in the Museum)

Roald Dahl Children’s Gallery and Museum ticket

Upgrade your ticket to an annual pass and visit as many times as you like within the year!

Buy Tickets

Drinks and snacks available to purchase from our small cafe.







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21 April 2024, 11.00am – 4pm
Saturday 20 April, 10am – 3pm
Residency 9 April – 9 May 2024 | Exhibition opens 24 May 2024

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