It can be difficult to find that unique dining experience that can be enjoyed by the whole family, but Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament offers something more than just a meal. It is an immersive experience that draws everyone into the centuries-old traditions of ancient Spain. Participants in the tournament (as it is called) are called upon to support one of 6 knights who do battle for honor in the setting of Medieval Spain.
But the Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament is more than just a spectacle of these knights doing battle. It is told in the form of a story that draws all diners into the action – and they become part of the excitement. The setting is an approximation of a medieval castle and the fun starts as soon as you enter and pass by the suits of armor that line the passageways of the Queen’s Hall. Take some refreshments at the bar or visit the Museum of Torture (or purchase a replica sword as a memento of your visit) before the main event takes place.
And what an event it is. Visitors to the castle cheer for their knight as he battles in the arena for glory. The show features battles with weapons such as the lance, ax, bola, and a variety of swords. Her Majesty Doña Maria Isabella oversees the action and is the final judge of who is to take the honors and be named as ‘Defender of the Throne.’
However, it is not only knights and royalty who are the stars of the show. The Friesian, Andalusian, and Quarter horses entrance the audience with dressage presentations and the mounts of the knights who test the control and speed of their mounts. For many, it is the speed and power of the Quarter horses that thrill. They carry their knight during jousts and when the men test their skill in competitions such as the javelin throw, ring pierce, and flag toss. And do not forget the fierce flights of the royal Falcon.
Of course, no celebration would be complete without the obligatory feast. A four-course meal is served, including garlic bread, tomato bisque soup, crispy roasted chicken, savory herb-basted potato, sweet buttered corn, dessert, and coffee. A non-alcoholic beverage is complimentary – however, diners are encouraged to indulge in overflowing steins of beer or their choice of drinks from the bar.
The Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament are fun for the whole family. It is an experience that everyone can enjoy – and it will provide memories that will last a lifetime.
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