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“Food was great, Kids will love it! You have to do it atleast once.”
Review of Medieval Times

Medieval Times
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Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament in Myrtle...
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Owner description: Surrender to an age of bravery and honor and witness epic battles of steel and steed during our tournament spectacular. From ringside seats, discover a feast for the eyes and appetite. An evening of enchantment and excitement for all ages. Guests are taken back in time and encouraged to cheer for one of six "Knights of the Realm," named after historic regions of medieval Spain, while feasting on a four-course banquet served in true medieval, pre-silverware fashion. The newest production features amazing lighting, costumes, choreography, exciting battle scenes, falconry, new horse dressage elements and a fresh musical score by the world renowned composer Daniel May.
Reviewed July 23, 2013

Upon arrival, your party will receive a paper crown to wear. The color of your crown will dictate which section you sit in. We were seated in the red area. Even though we arrived late, and had seats at the very top, we still had an amazing view. Parties are seated at a long table with chairs. (Much more room than the Dixie Stampede which squishes you in like sardines!)

Food:
Tomato soup- eh, okay
Garlic bread- under cooked and cold Texas toast
Half of chicken- tender, juicey, and cooked to perfection. Truly delicious!
1 rib- average
cooked potato- flavorless
Apple Tart- Amazing flakey crust w/ warm apple filling.

You need to come w/ a great attitude and ready to play along w/ the act. Our boys were so excited, so we fiercely cheered for our red knight. The best part of the show is near the end w/ the sword fights. Our 5 and 7 yr old didn't touch their dinners and were glued to the show! Luckily, the wait staff hands out to-go boxes at the end of the show, and we were able to take tons of leftovers home.

Kids are only young once! Our boys had a great time, and even got us to buy some toy swords in the gift shop. The show is a bit corny, and script can be dry at parts, however, it was worth every penny to see their faces light up!

If you don't have kids, and are looking for more of a date night show, this may not be the best choice.

1  Thank TN_Mamato4
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Reviewed July 23, 2013

My husband and I loved everything about Medieval Times and are looking forward to bring our daughter one day in the near future!

Thank Amanda C
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Reviewed July 22, 2013

The show was very nice for adults and kids! The animals were amazing and the food was good! Seat was great everywhere and it is interactive with the crowd.

Thank Julie P
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Reviewed July 22, 2013

Pretty good food for a dinner show. Chicken, ribs, potato, soup, bread and desert. You will not walk away hungry. The show itself was entertaining although I wish they actually featured the horsemanship more than they did. Kids love it. We got free "premium" seating ( meaning first row) which was nice but not sure I'd pay for it. Arrive at opening 75 minutes before show time for the best seats. You'll spend some time in the lobby where they have a full bar and souvenirs. This gets pricey in a hurry. Extra charge for the dungeon tour not worth it. Heavy upsell on pictures, banners, drinks, more pictures, etc. Overall a good experience with the kids. Would go again. Look for discount tickets or coupons on admission or Internet specials.

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Reviewed July 22, 2013

I wasn't excited about going here but everyone else wanted to. We paid $40 per adult ticket plus the kids' tickets. We got there just as it was starting but were quickly seated. The food came out in different courses and I was afraid we were going to miss some of the show, but it starts off slow to allow for the serving and eating and then really picks up. The food was delicious and we took home lots of the kids leftovers since they were spellbound watching the show. The showmanship was great as the riders were skilled and really performed to the crowd. I left pleasantly surprised and felt like we really got our money's worth. Like others have said, good show with good food.

Thank jackandtara
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