The classic Orlando dinner show, with plenty of "finger-foods" and acts of daring feats..
The replica of an 11th-century castle, complete with moat and drawbridge, is the first tip that you're in for a treat. Indoors, the conceit continues, with an enormous auditorium surrounding a large field of battle. Each section of the dining auditorium is assigned a knight, who battles knights of other sections (six in all). Each one jousts, swordfights and performs acts of derring-do for the honor of your section.
The meal, a four-course event, includes roast chicken, spare ribs, potatoes, soup and dessert, plus a few rounds of drinks to wash it all down--unlike the other area dinner shows, drinks are not bottomless here. And of course, no utensils are used; you eat with your hands.
Absolutely Amazing. My husband and I went here one night during our honeymoon. We'd been there before, but to make it extra special, we did the knighting ceremony before the show. The food was great, the show was amazing and the staff was top-notch. We'll definitely be back next time.
Bad Seating. Our experience at Medival Times was diminished greatly by the seats that we were assigned. They sat us in section 5 towards the top of the stands, not a good viewing area. Look out for sections 5 or 6, they are in the back with a limited view.
Highly recommended. Arena was well lit so you could see the show very well. Seating was very comfortable and the food was excellent. We have been here twice and recommend it to everyone. Second time here we were only disappointed with our knight...the white knight...as he didn't respond to his section's cheering him on and barely made eye contact with them. Highly recommend the VIP seating...right down front with an excellent view.
Cheer Your Knight To Victory. Medieval Times has a wonderful ambience. The wait staff (dressed in medieval costumes) greet you warmly. The food is plentiful (it's a hoot eating with your hands). Your Knight and the rest of the Court make you feel as if you have travelled back into the time of King Arthur. The horsemanship is superb. Cheer your knight on by flying his colors. I I guarantee you'll have a blast.
Beer or Wine?. This place is great to go with a good size group. The food is surprisingly good as well.
Knight to Remember. Unbelievable!! Best show I've ever seen. Great for Families. The food was better than any other dinner show.
Knight Time. edieval Times is fun entertainment but a little pricey at $40+ for adults. Id probably rather hit Universal or Disney all day for nearly the same money. However, there seems to be plenty of discount opportunities to get in. Once inside, the owners put on an elaborate show with a bit of a storyline. The horsemanship is good and they have enough pizzazz to keep most any age entertained. The food was only fair, but the fun is in eating it with your hands I suppose.
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