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Medieval Times vous invite à retourner au XIe siècle. Situé dans un château de style européen du XIe siècle qui inclut à l'intérieur des expositions d’objets médiévaux, de vêtements et d’armoiries de prestigieuses familles espagnoles et de spectaculaires armures dorées, vous aurez l’impression d’avoir été transporté dans le temps. Vous dégusterez un dîner exceptionnel offert par le roi Charles et la reine Dona Maria Isabella qui vous émerveillera.
Our group was looking forward to an authentic meal, guides in costumes, and an action-packed show. We ordered our tickets online before leaving for our trip. Information and online tickets were printed ahead of time. That made the admission process easy. When we arrived, it was evident that the price of tickets for the evening was only the beginning of the spending. The information provided stated that in order to get good seats, early arrival was important. An option to upgrade to center section seats was offered ahead of time and also upon entrance. This was a hefty surcharge. We were led into the first area where photos were taken with one of the characters. This photo was later offered for purchase. There were three areas in which to wait for admission to the theater area. These areas were filled with so many souvenier counters in which to buy everything imagineable. At the end of one room, there was a type of impromptu interaction between some of the characters. We moved to a bar room that had tables and booths. This room had the second large bar. A variety of drinks were available as well as more souvenir drinking vessels. All were at inflated prices and carnival quality. Unless people wanted to shop, there was little to do for the 45 minutes before the doors opened. We were seated at the far left in one corner. Seeing the actors in the balcony as well as some of the jousting activity was limited. The meal was served. A photographer was moving about and taking photos. Then the variety of photos were printed and offered for sale all during the meal and show. We really appreciated the well trained horses and accomplished riders. The performance was action-packed. The tournament was fun to watch. We left knowing that we had seen a unique show but feeling a bit weary of all the carnival type selling.