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This is a great event/dining experience, fun for all ages. They just started a new show, which happens every few years, and this one is very good. One thing to be aware of is with the meal your hands are your cutlery, so be ready...More
Mom and Dad enjoyed it mostly because the kids liked it. The entertainment was well rehearsed, good story line, they knew how to rally everyone and never a dull moment. Staff are always in character. The food is basic: the chicken (white meat) was over...More
I went here with my kids during March break- did a matinee during the week and it was ideal.
Meal was great.
The earlier you go the better the seats you will be assigned. They hand out seat assignments as you arrive.
The merchandise is...More
We easily made reservations online the day of event. Traveled to Toronto. Picking up tickets was easy and quick. Amazing time period waiting area with themed gift that were reasonable priced and a bar. Dinner was tastey, hot and filling. Show was exciting. A excellent...More
This is something different then your typical meal. The meal is basic but very good and filling. Do not expect selection or anything fancy in regards to food- if you are picky then this is not the place for you. Entertainment was campy but fun....More
We had an amazing time (group of 17). Celebrated my fathers and daughters birthday and they had so much fun. So worth it and to top it off my daughter got the Queen of the tournament. She was super happy. Thanks Medieval times.
My bestie and I took our 8 year old boys to the show in Toronto. While the food is not gourmet, you get a ton of it and so much fun eating with our hands, the kids loved it. The chicken was tender and delicious...More
We very much enjoyed the experience, but very disappointed that they haven’t figured out how to incorporate females in the show, specifically riding the horses. Nice that you have a queen, but it doesn’t go far enough.
Our knight wasn’t sure how to answer my...More
our son enjoys the show and so did his girlfriend and friends and mom and dad. Didn't care for tomatoes soup. taste like soup broth. Would like birthday cake for our son birthday. Parking was too expensive. We paid 35.00 because of cne been on....More
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I actually used used Groupon once but I called the 1-800 number (Medieval Times) listed on the certificate given to me by Groupon. Once I called and set-up the date and time for my visit they sent me a confirmation email... More
I actually used used Groupon once but I called the 1-800 number (Medieval Times) listed on the certificate given to me by Groupon. Once I called and set-up the date and time for my visit they sent me a confirmation email with a barcode on it which I had to bring to the at the ticketing office at the location. After that they gave me my seating cards (Yellow) which I had to bring to the table. On your next purchase, you might want to check Reddit, if you paid more that $35/person you then it may not have been the best deal, IMO.