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North America's most popular and longest running dinner attraction, Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament enables guests to enjoy an evening of quality, family entertainment inspired by the stories and legends of the 11th century. Transported back in time, guests witness live displays of falconry, horsemanship, swordplay and jousting. They are encouraged to cheer on one of six Knights of the Realm, named in honor of historic regions of medieval Spain, as they enjoy a four-course banquet sans utensils.
Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament Highlights:
The adventure begins as you enter the Hall of Arms inside this European-style castle. View displays of medieval weaponry and the Coats of Arms for many prestigious families. The Museum of Torture features reproductions of Middle Age implements of torment. The sound of the royal trumpeters summons guests into the banquet hall to enjoy the feast hosted by King Philippe and Princess Leonore celebrating peace in the land. Serfs and wenches attend to the needs of guests who are seated in sections designated by the colors associated with authentic regions in Spain. These are red, yellow, green and blue as well as a section colored black and white along with another designated yellow and green.
Guests witness a dazzling display of pageantry, horsemanship and games of skill, such as flag toss, javelin throw and ring pierce. Suspense and drama fill the air when it is revealed that the prince has been kidnapped during a sneak attack. A climactic battle between good and evil involving dramatic sword fights and dangerous jousts ensues as the brave Knights of the Realm attempt to rescue the heir to the throne and a villain is revealed in the audience. The thunder of hooves, the clash of steel and the splintering of lances draw the 1,100 revelers into the action to cheer on their favorite Knight during the two-hour contest. After the tournament, guest can mingle with and receive autographs from the cast members.
BILL OF FARE
The feast consists of garlic bread, tomato bisque soup, spare rib, roasted chicken and herb-basted potato with a luscious pastry of the Castle for dessert. Coffee, tea and two servings of selected beverages are available, as is a full-service bar for adult guests.
Medieval Times traces its origin to two dinner/entertainment venues located in Benidorm and Majorca, Spain. The first North American castle opened in 1983. Now featuring nine castles, Medieval Times has entertained more than 40 million guests. Authentic medieval history is used as inspiration during the development of the plot for the live production.
Located at Sugarloaf Mills in Gwinnett County 11 miles northeast of the Atlanta perimeter, the twin turrets of this attraction beckon visitors to explore the heroic actions of the Knights that take place inside the castle's iconic facade.
The doors to the Castle open 90 minutes prior to show time. Seating is on a first come, first served basis. You should plan to arrive as early as possible in order to obtain the best seats available. Because many shows sell-out, it takes time to seat everyone efficiently and safely. Inside the Hall of Arms, guests enjoy plenty of activities such as an up close look at the birds as they work with a master falconer, the museum of torture, the gift shop and the full-service bar. Knighting ceremonies are also conducted before the show.
Guests have ringside seats to epic battles of steel and steed as the romance and splendor of the 11th century comes to life in a re-created Medieval Times Castle. Obtain an eTicket today to step back in time and relive the pageantry of this bygone era.
Amazing Equestrian Skills
Taking a Bow
Enjoying the Feast
Tournament of Games
Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament-Georgia
Castles open 90-minutes prior to show time | The schedule of show times varies by season and show times also vary from month to month and day to day | Please call Customer Service (the number will be on your e-Ticket) for days and times available.
5900 Sugarloaf Pkwy, Lawrenceville, Georgia 30043
Discover Mill NW and Sugarloaf Pkwy
Free on-site parking.
Child's Ticket: 4-12 years old. Under 4 are free. Children under the age of 3 are free as long as they sit on an adult's lap and eat from their plate. If you prefer the child to have their own seat and meal then the child rate would apply.
Phone in reservations are required. Your e-Ticket will contain all details / Admission price includes the show, dinner and two rounds of select beverages / Cash bar service is available throughout the show / Tickets are non refundable.
Allergy - Strobe Warning: Medieval Times uses stroboscopic and pyrotechnic effects. Medieval Times is a live horse show in an enclosed arena. Persons with respiratory conditions, allergies, or asthma attend at their own risk / Casual dress code.
Guarantee Note: Due to the limited reserved seating and factors beyond the control of the operator, this product does not fall under the Trusted Tours and Attractions Guarantee program.