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Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament-Maryland

Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament-Maryland

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Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament-Maryland

Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament is North America's longest running and most popular dinner attraction. Guests experience an evening of quality, family entertainment inspired by 11th century history. 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.

Highlights of the Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament-Maryland:
 

bullet Included 4 course meal and beverages
bullet Interact with 11th century costumed staff
bullet Spectacular horsemanship
bullet An 11th century style castle with every detail painstakingly re-created
bullet An elaborately decorated Hall of Arms, an outdoor courtyard and a soaring Tower
bullet Amazing swordsmanship and Medieval games of skill
bullet Authentic jousting tournament between 6 brave knights
bullet Extensive Gift Shop
bullet Knight's Club - a night club with DJ and dancing
bullet Museum of Torture
bullet Full Service Cash Bar
bullet 1,000 seat, air conditioned arena that features state-of-the-art sound, lighting and special effects systems for the ultimate tournament experience
   
Overview:

The visitor experience begins as guests enter an entertainment complex inspired by an 11th century, European-style castle. In the Hall of Arms, guests admire the display of medieval artifacts. There are coats of arms of many prestigious families and a spectacular array of medieval weaponry on display. There is also a Museum of Torture, which features reproductions of torture instruments used during the Middle Ages.

Royal trumpeters announce the call to the feast, summoning guests to take their seats in the arena. Once inside, guests are greeted by King Phillipe and Princess Leonore, who invite them to share in a regal banquet and cheer for their own "Knight of the Realm" designated by six color zones of seating (red, blue, yellow, black & white, red & yellow and green) representing six authentic regions of Medieval Spain.

In the arena, Serfs and Wenches attend to every need of the guests who feast on a four-course dinner, served sans silverware as the live show opens. In the new production, a brave Prince is captured via sneak attack, adding an element of drama and suspense to what otherwise would have been King Phillip's celebration feast to toast the new peace in the land. The arena next quickly fills with the thunder of hooves as the Lord Chancellor leads the cast through a spectacular display of equestrian skills and medieval pageantry, and through a flashback scene the Prince's young bride, Princess Leonore, recalls with longing her last moments shared with King Phillip's heir to the throne.

The pace quickens as a Tournament of Games begins. The valiant Knights on horseback face their competition in games of skill, such as the ring pierce, flag toss and javelin throw. The pace quickens again as word of the missing Prince finally reaches the King, and an evil villain is revealed to the crowd. As a battle ensues to maintain good over evil, guests cheer their own Knight to victory in authentic jousting matches and dangerous sword fights.

At the conclusion of the tournament, guests have an opportunity to receive autographs and mingle with cast members in the Knight Club.

Bill of Fare:
Guests feast on garlic bread, tomato bisque soup, roasted chicken, spare rib, herb-basted potato, pastry of the Castle, coffee and two rounds of select beverages. A full-service bar is also available for adult guests.

History:
Medieval Times uses authentic medieval history to inspire and develop the plot of its live production. The dinner attraction began with two dinner/entertainment complexes located in Majorca and Benidorm, Spain. Since opening the first North American castle in 1983 in Kissimmee, Fla., the company has expanded to nine Castles and entertained more than 40 million visitors.

Tours:
Castles are open for free, self-guided tours each Monday through Friday from 9 am to 3 pm and Saturday from 10 am to 3 pm.

Get your eTicket today to step back in time and relive the splendor, the pageantry and the romance of a time long ago come to life in a re-created Medieval Times Castle.

 

the Arena
the Arena

Jousting
Jousting Tournaments

The Performing Horses
Performing Horses

Feast Fit for a King
Feast Fit for a King

The Champion Knight
The Champion Knight

The Pageantry
The Pageantry

Spectacular Display of Equestrian Skills
Spectacular Display of Equestrian Skills


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