We visit Medieval Times several times a year. The changed the show recently to a new story line, I liked the old one better but it's still a good show. Before the show starts there is a knighting ceremony available, for a charge, where your child can become a knight. There is also a museum of medieval torture. I think the museum is too dark, seeing it once was enough for me.
We always enjoy the meal, you can pick up their chicken seasoning in the lobby and it's great on the grill. For banquet hall food it's really quite tasty. They start off with tomato soup you slurp from a pewter bowl. Then you are served a half a chicken, a rib, a quarter roasted potato and a wet wipe! Desert is an apple turnover, flaky and tasty.
After the show the performers are in the lobby for photo ops. My daughter loves to have her picture taken with the knights. They stay in character and are a lot of fun.
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