The 'Regnum Hierosolymitanum' living history group will hold one of its flagship events at the beginning of November "The Knight's Manor House" - a camp for pilgrims and passengers on the way to Jerusalem.
The event is static and family-friendly, with an emphasis on medieval camping, cuisine, games and the daily life of a camp including families, household members and guests. The camp is located in the forest on one of the auxiliary routes to Jerusalem. The content includes engaging in ancient crafts, practical and theoretical workshops. Travelers, merchants and pilgrims who travel to Jerusalem will eat medieval food, drink good wine and of course sing and dance.
The "Knight's Manor House" is generally only open to the participants of the event, but visitors are encouraged to come during 'open-hours', where you can come to see, ask, smell and experience life during the Crusades.
More details on the event page