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Medieval Times Myrtle Beach
Medieval Times Myrtle Beach

Medieval Times Myrtle Beach

Ideal for families looking for dining and entertainment, Medieval Times Myrtle Beach is a live theater performance complete with sword fights, falcon flights, and jousting on horseback—all during a meal fit for kings. Inspired by 11th-century feasts and tournaments, Medieval Times lets visitors travel back in time for a night to the age of castles and knights.

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2904 Fantasy Way, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

The Basics

Medieval Times features live performances with knights battling for the affection of a princess inside a Medieval-style castle. Before the show begins, guests can explore the Hall of Arms, which showcases medieval decor and weaponry. In addition to the entertainment, admission includes a 4-course, utensil-free meal. Various family ticket packages are available with options like VIP first-row seating and framed photos, priority castle access, and VIP birthday seating.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free meal options and utensils are available upon request.
  • Accessible seating can be reserved, or staff can assist you upon arrival.
  • Alcoholic beverages are available for purchase at the bar.
  • Medieval Times offers educational materials, lesson plans, worksheets, and curricula for school field trips.
  • The queen sometimes knights guests—if they ask nicely.
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How to Get There

Located less than five miles from the beach, Medieval Times Myrtle Beach is easily accessible by car. From north or south, travel Route 95 to Route 501 and take the George Bishop Parkway exit. If you’re traveling from the North Myrtle Beach area, where the majority of hotels are located, head down Route 31 until you reach Route 501. Taxis and ride-share services are also an option.

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When to Get There

Medieval Times Myrtle Beach is open year-round, making it a good off-season, family-friendly activity. In terms of weather, the best time to visit Myrtle Beach is June through August, when temperatures are warm but tolerable. Note that this is also when travelers are likely to encounter the largest crowds.

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What Else Can Families Do in Myrtle Beach?

Known as a family-friendly vacation destination, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, boasts over 50 mini golf courses, amusement parks, and of course, the beach. Some hotels and resorts here even have their own waterparks and bowling lanes. A popular tourist spot, the Broadway at the Beach entertainment complex is home to amusement park rides, an IMAX theater, and dozens of restaurants and shops.

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Frequently Asked Questions
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