Arabian Nights is a dinner show that brings a fairy tale on horseback to life. Beautiful horses from around the world are showcased in the world's largest indoor equestrian arena for a permanent show. A glittering night the the whole family will enjoy!
- Two-hour Arabian Nights Dinner Show, Orlando
- Orlando's number-one family holiday show
- Arabian Nights fairy tale entertainment featuring a live equestrian show
- Three-course dinner with unlimited soda
- Reserved seating
Recent Photos of this Tour
Arabian NightsPhoto by: charleyUSA, 07 2011
Impressive StuntsPhoto by: charleyUSA, 07 2011
So talented!Photo by: charleyUSA, 07 2011
Amazing!Photo by: charleyUSA, 07 2011
Great NightPhoto by: charleyUSA, 07 2011
Horse Line UpPhoto by: charleyUSA, 07 2011
Our SeatsPhoto by: charleyUSA, 07 2011
Beautiful animalsPhoto by: charleyUSA, 07 2011
Girls NightPhoto by: charleyUSA, 07 2011
Ta da!Photo by: charleyUSA, 07 2011
The horses were amazingPhoto by: charleyUSA, 07 2011
Baby HorsePhoto by: charleyUSA, 07 2011
Beautiful HorsePhoto by: charleyUSA, 07 2011
Arabian NightsPhoto by: Laura VSouth Africa, 09 2009
The festivities are filled with many adventures and surprises - all portrayed beautifully on horseback. The majestic display of breathtaking horses and colorful costumes combine to create a celebration of horses and riders. The show captures your attention the moment the Black Stallion enters the palace, to the climactic conclusion of the tale.
Featuring sparkling costumes, astounding acrobatics and dazzling pyrotechnics in Orlando's #1 family holiday show filed with Magic and Excitement.Don't miss out on the most honored dinner attraction in the world!
Enjoy a welcome buffet appetizer that includes pasta salad, chips and salsa and veggie tray. The main course is served with a garden salad and chef's choice of dessert. Unlimited Pepsi products are also included.
Upgrade to the VIP experience and see a private showcase of several different breeds of horses featured in the show. The Parade of Breeds includes the rare American Cream, the adorable Shetland pony and Walter Farley’s legendary Black Stallion among other breeds. After the Parade of Breeds, some of the horses will remain in stations for interaction and education opportunity. Anyone under the age of 18 will be able to sit on one of our large draft horses for a great photo opportunity. Additionally, you're guaranteed seating in the first three rows for a great view of the Arabian Nights show as well as unlimited beer, wine and soda with your 3-course dinner.
- Chef’s Selection: Pot Roast on Pastry Puff: Chef’s Special- Savory Pot Roast: tender, slow-roasted beef pot roast topped with brown gravy, under a delicate puff pastry, served with seasonal vegetables and steakhouse mashed potatoes
- Sirloin Steak: Tender, lightly seasoned, grilled sirloin steak served medium-well with seasonal vegetables and steakhouse mashed potatoes.
- Pork Loin with Marsala Sauce: Slow roasted pork loin drizzled with a savory Marsala wine sauce, served with seasonal vegetables and steakhouse mashed potatoes
- Grilled Chicken Breast: Herb- seasoned grilled chicken breast served with seasonal vegetables and steakhouse mashed potatoes.
- Adult’s Chicken Tenders: Breaded and fried chicken tenders served with seasonal vegetables and
- steakhouse mashed potatoes
- Children’s Chicken Tenders: Breaded and fried chicken tenders served with creamy macaroni & cheese
- Creamy Vegetable Lasagna: Tender lasagna noodles and roasted vegetables in a creamy Parmesan sauce, topped with crispy breadcrumbs and served with broccoli spears
- Choice of Dessert: Chocolate or Vanilla Cake
Reviewed by Janet E I, April 2013
The show was amazing and worth the time to see. Would go again. The choices of food advertised on brochure were not all available on the menu when we got there and I advised the waiter than the brochure should be changed. The food we had was terrible (beef pot roast) which was shredded in gravy. It was so salty it was nearly inedible, a guest beside us sent his back and we should have also. I like salt but I think they lost the salt shaker in the food. The horses, riders, music all enjoyable.
Reviewed by Anonymous, August 2011