There's this annual meeting at my town where viking reenactors and other cool guys gather up to make a weekend's fun. Last year I didn't go because of the weather, and the only reason I've gone this year was to see the new knight's hall the owners built up. Only spent half an hour or so, because every each of the events (like medieval Hungarian riders vs. norsemen and so on) went on and passed. Basically I only came to practice photoshooting and visit the hall. The entry price has been doubled since last year, so in my opinion it totally didn't worth it - if I manage to come next year, a) I'll arrive earlier and on the first day of the event b) I won't come at all because the tickets are already at an insane price.
A fine little fort.
This is the only infantry group on the field.
There were vendors as well, selling a lot of stuffs - mostly ancient Hungarian stuff such as bows, wool equiptment, saddles and a lot of second-hand, rusty swords - but as usual, they have costed many times their real price. I've got a compound bow and I actually lack arrows, but I didn't buy a thing. At least 2 years ago there was ale: now there wasn't any. Quite disappointing.