a few miles along the Highway 192 sits a replica of an 11th
century castle, complete with moat and drawbridge that is
Medieval Times. Park your horse and stroll across the drawbridge
into the 11th Century for a night of feasting, jousting,
and tales of the round table!
the theme continues, with an enormous covered jousting auditorium
surrounding a large field of battle.
meal is a four-course event, served by 'wenches', that includes
roast chicken, spare ribs, potatoes, soup and dessert, plus
a few rounds of drinks to wash it all down. (Note: Unlike
the other area dinner shows, drinks are not bottomless here.)
And of course, no utensils are used; you eat with your hands!
well as the jousting and meal, you'll love the horse show
provided - with white Andalusian horses performing stunning
acts of precision dresságe.
recommend that you arrive early, and enjoy a visit to the
Museum of Torture and Medieval Life Village within the 'Castle'
Each section of the dining auditorium is assigned a knight,
who battles knights of other sections (six in all). Each
one jousts, swordfights and performs acts of derring-do
for the honor of your section.
Nightly shows at 8:00pm. You must be seated by 19:45pm
Prices shown are standard ticket prices and include the show, dinner, unlimited
beer, wine and soft drinks. Group tickets (15 or more guests) can be purchased.
Please note that this is a very popular show and that you should book as early
as possible to avoid disappointment.
correct at date of publication of this page. Prices may
vary at time of booking, Click here to confirm
7% tax applicable. Gratuity not included.
It's very important that you book this show at least 72
hours in advance, as it is very popular.
Medieval Times Dinner Show
4510 W. Irlo Bronson Hwy.
For group bookings: 407-396-2900
Web: Medieval Times
here to book tickets.