It's the 11th century. King Don Alfonso and Queen Inez would like to invite you to attend a tournament royal. If you're fond of medieval legend, ... More
Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament
It's the 11th century. King Don Alfonso and Queen Inez would like to invite you to attend a tournament royal. If you're fond of medieval legend, you're invited to become part of one at this intriguing dinner theater that brings days of yore to life. Seated in a castle (of modern construction), you'll dine on a medieval banquet that includes roast chicken and spare ribs. Knights and ladies of the realm entertain their sovereign and you as you dine with six knights jousting and competing in hand-to-hand combat and other medieval games of skill. Come a little early and investigate the Medieval Life museum, 12 cottages showing what life was like back in the Middle Ages. Call for details regarding admission.
They ask you to arrive early so you can purchase drinks and go to the gift shop. We got there early and sat on the far end of the first row which wasn't too bad. The food was okay nothing to brag about (1/2 a small chicken, 1 rib, 1/2 of a baked potato, vegetable soup, apple fritter, 2 cola beverages and a small slice of gralic bread). The show at first was boring but at the end people start to get into it a bit more and it became more exciting. I wouldn't go again, I had been wanting to go for the longest time and was a bit disappointed however my 3 year old child and my hubby enjoyed themselves at the end.
When I tell you that I wanted to go back in time and fall in love with each and every Knight in the show...I do not lie. This show was thrilling, exciting, provocative and an all around adventure for everyone in our family. My daughters were instantly taken by the beauty of the arena and its characters. The horses were beautiful and the actors were all A list in my book. PS especially the White/Black Knight and the Green Knight from July 4th show! Whewwww....drooling!
The food was excellent although I was taken back that I had to eat with my hands...the chicken was tastey and moist..not to be cliche but finger licking good. The show was a great value for the money and I would hightly recommend this to any family. PS I would glady return to see the show a second time....even a third time....Very well worth it.
We've always wanted to check out Medieval Times and I'm so glad we did. It's a bit pricey but well worth it. The food was excellent and the show is top notch. Our entire family enjoyed everything about the experience and will probably go again if given the opportunity.
We went to Medieval Times the other night. We had a great time. I was really surprised how small the place is compared to the other shows we have been too. We started out waiting in what they call the great hall. They had the king and princess all set up and we watched as they knighted this little girl. It was so cute. The dinner was good. Actually hot. Chicken, 1 rib LOL, ½ a baked potato, veg. soup, and a piece of garlic toast. Not to bad. The waiting staff and These people selling everything drove us nutz. Every time something cool would be going on they would walk in front of us. But the show wasn’t too bad. While they were passing out dinner they had the horse do tricks and things. Then they put on the normal show. Once when we won when the Knight came to throw his flower he had won I caught it. We were green but we didn’t win in the end. Came in second. I think it's something worth seeing again and probly will go again too.
was my 3rd time going and i loved it as usual. went with my 2 daughters and some of my family and we enjoyed it. although it is pricey at $60 a ticket for royality package, but its worth it being in the front and seeing EVERYTHING although we did have a horses bum in our faces at one point LOL but over all its a great place for dinner and a show, the food is wonderful and it will really fill you up. i love roasted foods hehe
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