Enjoy a royal feast and an exciting tournament with a trip to Dallas’ Medieval Times, and spend an evening in a sumptuous castle lined with artifacts, armor and coats of arms. Watch a rousing display of falconry and riding as you linger over a medieval-style, four-course meal. Listen to the thunder of hooves in the Grand Ceremonial Arena, cheer your knight through a series of jousting matches, then see Queen Maria Isabella crown the evening’s champion with plenty of pomp and fanfare.
Dinner and show at Medieval Times Dallas
Enjoy a four-course, medieval style meal
Watch displays of horsemanship and falconry
Explore an elaborate castle
Cheer your knight to victory in an exciting jousting tournament
only problem, felt the seats were a little low. Had to sit on edge to boost myself up to see, but once I did, I enjoyed everything. My husband, who is usually very reserved, was yelling & cheering right along with the crowd. We came out hoarse, but was worth it.
I recommend this to all who have children ages 5-10. It was fun for me, my son who is really into knights, dragons, dinosaurs, and live interactive scenes; my daughter and my ex-wife. The dinner was perfect, the wait staff was interactive and funny, and the show was great. It was 2-2.5 hours long and none of us wanted it to end. While I loved watching my kids interact by booing and cheering for their sides they loved having to get up close and personal with the actors. After the show and dinner the knights, princess, and animals were all easily accessed and that made it all the better for the little ones. With a full belly and a good show I will return when ever I get the chance. Go see this show! Take the kids! Let them get the food on their clothes!!!!