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I guess it is becoming a tradition to celebrate family birthdays at Medieval Times. We love the show and the food and we seem to enjoy it every time even more.
After a few days visiting other attractions in Florida, it seemed like the right thing to do. Take a break from all the walking and rushing through the lines and enjoy a nice show while cheering our favorite Knight. We normally visit the castle that is close to home in Buena Park, California. Did you know that they have 9 castles all over the US?
Since we were celebrating my son's 13th birthday, we decided to upgrade for the King's Royalty Package that includes
It was time to cheer our Knight and enjoy the family-friendly dinner show that encourage the audience to interact with the staged medieval-style games, sword-fighting, and jousting. One of our favorite parts of the show are all the horses and the amazing tricks they perform
But although we enjoy the show, the fights and the horses, Medieval Times is well known for their dinner. In true medieval tradition you eat with your hands. The menu includes:
Since it was my son's birthday he also got a complementary slice of cake with candles. We were really full because the food portions are big and you can even request a second portion of bread or potato, but you should never say no to cake...
Things to have in mind while visiting Medieval Times Orlando
Medieval Times Orlando
4510 W Vine St, Kissimmee, FL 34746
Phone: (407) 396-2900