What is the New York Faerie Festival? Magic on earth, that's what it is.

The New York Faerie Festival is centered around the “A Midsummer’s Dream” and is where fairies, elves, and other fantastic creatures gather in the wooded hollows which are located between the Finger Lakes and the Catskill mountains in Ouaquaga which is about four miles north of Windsor, six miles south of Harpursville, and roughly 25 minutes from downtown Binghamton.

For several years, the Faerie Festival has been offering family fun and a slew of things to do for all who attend, including taking a walk in a Labyrinth inside Wattleston Garden, watching jugglers, magicians, “wandering minstrels,” puppeteers, actors, and storytellers, eating delicious local food and so much more. If you’re lucky, you might even get to meet the Faerie Queen and her Court of characters!

The Faerie Festival is scheduled for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, June 23rd-25th from 11am-7pm each day and again Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, June 30th-July 2nd, also from 11am-7pm each day.

Parking and admission rates apply. Discover more about the Faerie Festival here.