website introduction：An international organization dedicated to researching and re-creating pre-17th-century European history. Includes information about membership, kingdoms, events, heraldry, customs, chivalry, news and related resources.
website introduction：Fashion-era contains 700+ content rich, illustrated pages of Fashion History, Costume History, Clothing, Fashions and Social History. The site combines modern fashion trends, with historical costume covering the Victorian, Edwardian, and each decade from 1920s to 2009. Forum.
website introduction：Producer of the Florida Renaissance Festival and the Kyng's Company Renaissance Faire.
website introduction：The Year is 1189. Richard the Lionhearted has taken the Throne of England from his father, Henry II (Plantagenet). England is all abuzz with Richard’s commitment to the Holy Crusades. Many of the second sons of nobility have gathered at Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem, a pub at the foot of Nottingham Castle, before setting off to march against the infidels in the Holy Lands. With Richard’s attention elsewhere, the rule of law in Nottingham shire has fallen into the hands of the Sheriff of Nottingham. He is disliked by many, especially the merchants and peasants…from whom he extracts more and more taxes for his own gains, in the guise of supporting the war efforts. The son of a lesser noble from southern Yorkshire, Robin of Loxley, has gained a reputation for fighting the injustices of local earls and barons, as well as the Crown. He is now a wanted man with a price on his head. He has made his home within Sherwood Forest, and a band of men and women have joined his renegade troupe. They have been given the title, Robin Hood and His Merry Men, for the seemingly joyful and laughable escapades at spoiling the evil intentions of the Sheriff. He and his Merry Men are nothing less than folk heroes and have been known to steal from the rich to give to the poor. This is the season of the annual festival. Winter is waning. Spring is breaking through the cold. Trees are leafing. And the people have come to these grounds to bring in a new year.
website introduction：Covers Maryland, most of Virginia, North and South Carolina, and a bit of Georgia. Includes calendar of events, announcements, officers, awards and local groups.
website introduction：Newcomer information, law, event calendar, groups, officers, royalty, mailing lists, links.
website introduction：Covers the Pacific Northwest. Maps, people, contact list for Royalty, officers, events, mailing lists and kingdom library.
website introduction：Authoritative details on Viking era garb
website introduction：Provides information about Plimoth Plantation, the living history museum of the seventeenth century in Plymouth, Massachusetts. Also serves as a resource by which visitors may learn more about the Pilgrim Story, the history of Plymouth Colony (1620-1692), the Wampanoag Indians, Thanksgiving, and find links to related sites on the Web.
website introduction：The royalty section features online award recommendation and official letters. Included are rosters of peerage and kingdom orders (Red Company and Greenwood Company), links to household sites, information on royal lineage and past officers.
website introduction：Large collection of articles on costume history. Over 4000 pictures of period costume and accessories from prehistoric times to the 20th century. With instructions and patterns for those who want to make their own period clothing. [Music optional] [English/German]
website introduction：Provides background details of language, dress, customs and activities.
website introduction：Features information on accessibility, events, educational programs, management, news, history and culture.
website introduction：Attracting more than 300,000 visitors a year, ASF produces 14 world-class productions annually, including classical works, contemporary plays, lavish musicals, and new works commissioned by the Festival's Southern Writers' Project.
website introduction：Includes resource directory on the event, including pictures, documents, location, trial, participants, and timeline.
website introduction：UK based Living History group portraying riflemen of the armoured reconnaissance battalion GrossGermanland during World War II.
website introduction：Directory of faires around the world.
website introduction：Tudor/fantasy festival near Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas.
website introduction：Newcomer information, officers, group links, seneschals, peerage, and event calendar. Includes resource library.
website introduction：The An Tirian heraldic source for both the general populous and heralds.
website introduction：The Official site for the Pennsic War, a yearly event between the Kingdom of the East and Kingdom of the Middle.
website introduction：Maps, group links, events, Arts and Sciences competition calendar, waiver forms, guilds, combat section, law, heraldry section, officers, awards, mailing lists, handbooks for royalty and officers. Uses frames (calendar areas only).
website introduction：Anglo-Saxon, Viking, Norman and British Living History 950-1066AD.
website introduction：The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight is the RAF's tribute to the aviators of WWII, and flies several Spitfires, two Hurricanes, a Dakota and a Lancaster.
website introduction：Information resource about Scottish tartan fabric design, production, wearing and interpreting. Descriptions of tartan types. World tartan register. Links to related sites.