Medieval Times also features an excellent bar, gift shop , Hall of Arms displaying medieval artifacts and a Museum of Torture.
Medieval Times’ noble guests feast on garlic bread, tomato bisque soup , roasted chicken, sweet buttered corn, herb-basted potatoes, the dessert of the Castle, coffee and two rounds of select beverages.
Feel free to dress up or come casual! You will notice that the crowd at Medieval Times is like no other. Kids may enjoy wearing dress up items so they can look like knights and princesses, but even if you don’t have the energy for all of that don’t worry.
The pay certainly isn’t the draw — $12.50 an hour to start, topping out at about $21 an hour.
As in a traditional restaurant, our servers work for gratuities. The only time that a gratuity will be added/ included in your bill is if you book through our Group Sales department with a group over 15 persons. Tip isn’t included but the servers work really hard carrying the heavy food.
Specifically, with the purchase of one full-priced adult admission, you will receive one free admission of equal or lesser value for the birthday celebrant. The Birthday Fellowship coupon is valid for your birth month and the first seven days of the following month (for those end-of-the-month celebrants).
After only one experience at Medieval Times , this frugal traveler has decided that it is absolutely worth the price. It’s an entertaining show. Entertainment like plays, movies, and musicals cost money .
Hours: Show times vary, but usually 7 p.m. Thu. -Sat., with matinees on Sat. and Sun. Admission: Adults, $56.95; ages 3-12, $36.95; children younger than age 3 admitted free if they sit in a parent’s lap and dine from a parent’s plate.
Medieval Times is expensive because you’re paying for: Your meal. The people who prepared your meal. The cost of transporting the Andalusians after they’re trained and ready to take their place in whatever Medieval Times they’re assigned to.
over a year ago. It is possible to pick a knight’s color to be able to sit in his section, otherwise, yes, it general admission. The arena is well arranged.
over a year ago. They serve alcohol . Beer runs at about $8 per drink . over a year ago.
10 things to know before going to Medieval Times It’s super easy to get to. It’s first-come, first-served seating, but really, every seat is good. You’ll spend a while in the Great Hall before the show begins. The Great Hall has a full bar. Your fellow audience members ensure epic people-watching. The food is surprisingly good. There are no utensils.
18. The kids are one of the best parts of the job. While you as an adult may realize that Medieval Times is fake and scripted, little kids don’t quite get that concept.
Most future knights worked as a squire for five or six years. If a squire had proven his bravery and skill at battle, he would become a knight at the age of twenty-one. He gained the title of knight at a “dubbing” ceremony. At the ceremony, the new knight would take an oath to honor and protect his king and the church.
The show is (2) hours long, Medieval suggests arriving 75 minutes prior to showtime.