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It was a fun night and entertaining, but nothing special. Meal was ok, about what I thought it would be. We have seen a similar show in Toronto, Medieval Times, and were expecting this to be bigger and better. It was not. They had a...More
It’s just silly fun. Also great for kids. You eat lots of food with your hands, because that is how they are in the Middle Ages. You sit in a land (or in the evil section). You cheer or boo the champions.as they display horse...More
I've been wanting to go to one of these shows for years, and just had the ability last week. What a blast! Real horses charging at each other (and maybe the jousting poles were made of balsa, but still, falling over backwards from a galloping...More
Don't be late like we were. We showed up 30 minutes late because the friend that had the tickets missed read the times. The staff let us in and but our seats were in the middle of the row. This caused 6 people to get...More
My first trip to Vegas, I decided book Tournament of Kings as my first dinner show! I'm so glad I did. I was expecting a cheesy show and basic food, but the food was fantastic and the show is amazing. The guys hit and play...More
This is an awesome show! You sit in a section and have to cheer for your champion. Ours was the bad guy but we cheered for him just the same. The meal is delicious and the show wonderful with all the knight and horses. Most...More
We attended this event with my hard-to-please 12 year old son. And in Vegas, that is hard to find. But with alluring characters like Merlin, men on real horses with life-threatening jousting and balls of fire hurled about, my son actually stayed off of his...More
This is a great show to see in Las Vegas, it is well run and very organized, they get you in and seated very efficiently and the meal is also served very efficiently. The show is great and you can tell that the actors love...More
Yes you can,howevereven though they call themselves half price tickets, 99% of the times they are more expensive than online promo prices. Those booths are going off the full price cost which is way more costly than promos.