Adam visits the Scarborough Renaissance Festival in Waxahachie, TX, where he travels back in time to meets one of the most imaginative fan bases out there. In fact, "renn fest" fans don’t just celebrate their ...Go to Episode
Catfish Plantation has the distinction of being the most haunted restaurant in Texas. Specializing in catfish and Cajun cuisine, the Catfish Plantation has both great eats and a haunted history.
814 Water St
Waxahachie, TX 75165
Located right outside of Dallas, Texas’ busiest airport is about 50 miles from the town of Waxahachie.
3200 E Airfield Dr
Irving, TX 75063
Located in the historic town square, this upscale boutique offers unique treasures including art, rugs and antiques. There’s also a restaurant in the back, perfect for a quick lunch.
105 West Jefferson St
The Waxahachie Hampton Inn is prime real estate for any Scarby-goer. Less than 6 miles away from the festival grounds, it’s the perfect place to rest after a long day of festivities.
2010 Civic Center Ln
Waxahachie, TX 75165
Plato Loco Mexican Cafe and Cantina
What better place to enjoy Tex-Mex than in its home state of Texas? And this authentic Tex-Mex joint doesn’t disappoint with its fried avocados and warm salsa.
114 E Franklin St
Waxahachie, TX 75165-3718
Just outside of Dallas, the Scarborough Renaissance Festival is one of the premiere spots for Renaissance-era fun. “Scarby” boasts a 35-acre Renaissance-era village full of food, shops and entertainment.
2511 FM 66
Waxahachie, TX 75167
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