When we head to Florida in July we are really looking forward to visiting the Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament. We drove past the venue last time we were in Orlando and it looked amazing. The Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament features an amazing battle of champions, where knights and horses work together to put on an amazing show whilst you enjoy a kings feast.
The show looks spectacular with a 2 hour tournament featuring 6 knights using real weapons. As well as the horses you will also get the chance to watch one of the falcons in action as it takes flight over the arena.
When you arrive at the Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament you are allocated a knight for you to cheer. This has you competing against the other audience members which adds to the fun. We can’t wait to watch the many stunts performed by both the knights and the horses and I am expecting to be amazed.
The show sounds amazing and we can not wait to experience it for ourselves. As well as watching the show, I am also looking forward to tucking in to the delicious sounding 4 course meal which looks so good it actually makes my mouth water just thinking about it. The meal consists of garlic bread, Tomato Bisque soup, Roast chicken, buttered corn and potatoes followed by a pastry and a coffee. There is also a vegetarian option which consists of hummus, warm pitta and vegetable sticks as well as three bean stew with rice, fresh fruit or Italian ice and coffee. Both meal options include two non-alcoholic beverages but if you fancied something alcoholic then there are a range of cocktails and other drinks available.
To celebrate Spring Break, Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament have a fantastic offer available for the month of April where you can visit and pay just $35 per seat. Visit the website to book and take advantage of their Spring Break Savings