I haven't been for about 5 years, but since I missed the Scottish Games (which were during the heat wave!), and the Summer Faire at Camlann, and needed my Medieval fix for the season. It was at a new venue this summer, in rural Buckley on a fabulous farm.
On paying our entrance fee, we are given change in the 'coin of the realm', which could be used for any number of tempting options -
There were booths and booths of costuming ensembles - from fairy to historical to pirate - lots of jewelry, leather and weaponry...
There were also miscellaneous objects - hand-tooled leather journals, magic wands, horned helmets, and just plain horns. [I bought a couple of the twistiest ones - drawing twisty horns in various perspectives is one of my banes! Having the thing to look at should make it MUCH easier!]