Medieval Times charges 70 dollars per head for a 2 hour show with dinner included.
Whilst the venue, arena and atmosphere definitely got you in the mood, the show itself was actually rather disappointing. To be frank, it is a spectacle for horsemanship with a very weak and unnoticeable underlying story including a king, his daughter (princess) and an evil man who comes half way through, all of which don't have the best accents (sorry!). To re-iterate the atmosphere, it was very exciting and jovial with each section cheering on their own knight but it is not a social outing as seating is rows...and there were 19 of us!
The food could have been better considering the cost of the ticket although I do have to say that it was not bad. The soup was very watery and tasted like it came from a tin but the chicken and potatoes tasted quite nice.
Throughout the show, the lovely waiters and waitress were constantly walking up and down the aisles serving the food and drinks and pretty much at your service although their constant presence impeded some good picture taking.
Overall it was good to have experienced it but I wouldn't recommend going unless you are young or like horses A LOT. To be honest, the whole thing was lacking in a true 'medieval' feel in my opinion.
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