The theme - jousting knights on horseback in a medieval castle while you dine - is unique entertainment. It's fun to watch the actors because they really get into their roles. The King, who sits high overlooking the jousting rink, makes pompous pronouncements from the throne in a fake British accent. They have a falconer who releases a falcon to fly over the audience's head - that's cool. The food they serve is pretty pedestrian - baked chicken & ribs, a piece of bread, a small salad, a potato; and you get just enough so that you're not hungry on the drive home. The price is pretty steep. I've always gone on my birthday or my wife's birthday, when the give you a free meal. (It has been a couple years since I last went, so people reading this review might want to double check if getting a free meal on your birthday is still their policy.) There's a medieval village you can walk around before the show starts to kill time if you get there early. It looks like the authentic stuff I've seen in England & Scotland.
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