Your Dinner Is Served Medieval Times ‘ noble guests feast on garlic bread, tomato bisque soup, roasted chicken, sweet buttered corn, herb-basted potato, the dessert of the Castle, coffee and two rounds of select beverages. The Royal Court welcomes you to dine with them.
Admission price includes the show, a four-course dinner and two rounds of select non-alcoholic beverages. Ticket prices vary at each Castle and do not include sales tax and gratuities. Groups of 15 or more should book reservations with the individual castle Group Sales Department as far in advance as possible.
Adult: $63.95 , Children 12 & under: $36.95 .
Our flavorful vegetarian meal includes hummus served with warm pita bread and an assortment of fresh carrots and celery sticks, a hearty three-bean stew with fire roasted tomato and brown rice, fresh fruit or Italian ice, hot coffee and two rounds of select beverages. Vegetarian meals are available upon request.
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.
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.
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).
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.
Feel free to dress up or come casual! You will notice that the crowd at Medieval Times is like no other. Feel free to dress in costume (many do !) or just come as you are. Dress in general is casual, so just come comfortable.
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.
The pay certainly isn’t the draw — $12.50 an hour to start, topping out at about $21 an hour.
Pies filled with meats, eggs, vegetables, or fruit were common throughout Europe, as were turnovers, fritters, doughnuts , and many similar pastries. By the Late Middle Ages biscuits and especially wafers, eaten for dessert, had become high-prestige foods and came in many varieties.
There are no utensils . After all, that IS how they ate in medieval times . It might be a good idea to ask for some extra napkins, or just bring some baby wipes in your purse. But, if you’re like me, you already have baby wipes in your purse.
Yes, you most certainly may dress in costume . Please refrain from hats or headdresses that may block the view of other guests during the tournament. And, weapons are not allowed, even costume /fake weapons. Please do not bring weapons of any kind.