Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament

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Seasonal Description - Winter:

Medieval Times has debuted a new show in 2012. The live showstill features two- and four-legged performers with a true medievalutensil-free meal, all in a recently updated, castle-inspiredarena. However, the production presents even more of audiencefavorites such as live jousting, swordplay, horsemanship andfalconry. Guests become part of the action, filling arena seats andcheering for one of six "Knights of the Realm," named afterhistoric regions of medieval Spain.

Seasonal Description - Spring:

Medieval Times has debuted a new show in 2012. The live showstill features two- and four-legged performers with a true medievalutensil-free meal, all in a recently updated, castle-inspiredarena. However, the production presents even more of audiencefavorites such as live jousting, swordplay, horsemanship andfalconry. Guests become part of the action, filling arena seats andcheering for one of six "Knights of the Realm," named afterhistoric regions of medieval Spain.

Seasonal Description - Summer:

Medieval Times has debuted a new show in 2012. The live showstill features two- and four-legged performers with a true medievalutensil-free meal, all in a recently updated, castle-inspiredarena. However, the production presents even more of audiencefavorites such as live jousting, swordplay, horsemanship andfalconry. Guests become part of the action, filling arena seats andcheering for one of six "Knights of the Realm," named afterhistoric regions of medieval Spain.

Seasonal Description - Fall:

Medieval Times has debuted a new show in 2012. The live showstill features two- and four-legged performers with a true medievalutensil-free meal, all in a recently updated, castle-inspiredarena. However, the production presents even more of audiencefavorites such as live jousting, swordplay, horsemanship andfalconry. Guests become part of the action, filling arena seats andcheering for one of six "Knights of the Realm," named afterhistoric regions of medieval Spain.

Days/Hours: Check the website.

Admission: $59.95, $35.95 kids 12 and under plus tax. Reservations required and must be prepaid with a credit card.