Tickets: Medieval times dinner show, Orlando, U.S.A.
Medieval times dinner show
Take a step back in time to the Middle Ages! Medieval Times is an epic night that combines a delicious dinner with an unforgettable medieval show.
- Non-stop action that will keep you on the edge of your seat
- A delicious banquet fit for a king
- Cheer on your favourite knight in epic battles
Discover how they used to live many centuries ago and enjoy a banquet fit for Kings.
Enjoy a knight to remember at the Medieval Times Dinner Show. Cross the castle’s moat and enter the Middle Ages in Spain when heroic knights, noble kings, a fair princess and pure-bred stallions roamed the land. Dine like royalty and watch epic battles while cheering on your favorite knight.
The evening begins with a stroll among the workshops of medieval artisans. Blacksmiths, coopersmiths, weavers and other craftsman will demonstrate manual talents that few have in our information age. This is a mere glimpse of the showmanship to come. Saddle up to your table, greet your serving wench, and prepare for a spine-tingling show and belly-busting banquet.
The show is non-stop action that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Marvel at the jousting, sword fights and hand-to-hand combat. Gasp at the performing falcons that soar over your heads recreating an ancient ceremony. The true stars of the show are pure-bred Spanish horse stallions from the dinner show’s own North Texas farm. Calm, strong and with an incredible agility, these horses will astound you with their performance.
While dining on a four-course meal, you will cheer for one of the “Knights of the Realm”. He will wow you with gallant feats on horseback as he battles for his kingdom’s honour. The Red and Yellow Knight is a master of the sword, the Blue Knight battles for the defenceless, while the Yellow Knight is chivalrous and a legendary fighter. Choose from six knights in total and cheer him on like an 11th century serf with your roasted chicken-leg raised high. You can’t raise your fork since this is a medieval meal and they ate with their hands. Luckily, it’s finger-licking good and good fun.