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Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament
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Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament in Orlando
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Owner description: Surrender to an age of bravery and honor and witness epic battles of steel and steed. From ringside seats, discover a feast of the eyes and appetite with more action, more fun & more excitement than ever before. As you thrill to a rousing live jousting tournament, marvel at awe-inspiring horsemanship and falconry, Medieval Times serves a four-course meal fit for royalty. Hang on to your helmet. The show is about to begin.
Useful Information: Activities for young children, Activities for older children
Reviewed March 24, 2014

The show was ok, nothing really special...
They intend to recreate a medieval battle but the arena and the plot wasn't that interesting... Food was terrible... Canned tomato soup and a piece of chicken with the potato... If you're expecting a feast, please be ready...
However, they do a nice work by training the horses and the eagle, so I wouldn't say that it wasn't worth watching.... And I do believe it's entertaining for the kids.
I really enjoyed the museum. You walk through the house and see the artifacts and furniture.

Thank AleBe78
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Reviewed March 24, 2014

VIsited Medieval Times in Orlando as part of a birthday week in Florida.

You cant miss MT, as it is a full on castle at the side of the road! On entering, everything was in the medieval style with brickwork and torches and all staff in costume. Very soon, the herald came to the room to call everyone to the tournament.

I wont spoil the storyline but suffice to say that you are given a colour at the start to sit in a section and that colour is the knight that you cheer for as the story unfolds. There are horses, dressage, falconry, displays of riding skill, jousting, weapon fights and good vs evil. What else could you want.

The food is good, a tomato soup with garlic bread followed by chicken, a rib, a jacket potato and a dessert. Everything is eaten with fingers so dont wear your best clothes! You do feel pretty full afterwards too.

If you feel like it before or after the show there is a mock medieval village to look around which is well done.

All in all a fantastic fun night and you get the chance to be a kid again (if you are not already)

Warnings:

Loud with strobe lights
Greasy food eaten with fingers ..very tasty but wouldnt wear your best white shirt
Bench seats with thin padding. If you suffer in any way would suggest bringing a cushion.
There is a torture room in the village. People ignored the warnings and took some children in who got a bit distressed - exercise common sense here.

2  Thank Chris E
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Reviewed March 24, 2014

Dinner was great, servers we great, show was great. We had a party of 4 ages 49 to 69 and we all thoroughly enjoyed it. I would highly recommend going.

Thank jenna d
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Reviewed March 23, 2014

The theme was fun and the atmosphere is definitely fun. The village tour beforehand was very interesting. I think it would be great for kids, but felt the food was just adequate and not fond of drinking out of plastic cups (not very medieval). It didn't seem like the knights were very in to their roles. The crowd really got into the show though and it was enjoyable enough, but would not spend the money to go again. Seemed like something was missing from the experience and was not a "wow."

Thank ClarkeFam
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Reviewed March 23, 2014

First they assign you to a noble house. And you will seated in a 16th century medieval stands with table. We eat chicken, ribs and potato without fork or knife (like that era) while enjoying the show. The show was great with knights with real medieval armor, swords, shields and trained horses. Our waiter (Isaiah) was great,very helpful and nice. I definitely if I have the chance will go again in the future.

1  Thank Vidal G
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