Ok, so a few weeks ago, I wrote about Medieval Times. Right now, they have an incredible deal, CLICK HERE and use this exclusive promo code MT3629 through 2/17/17 and receive Adults for just $36.95 and children (12 and under) only $29.95.
That’s an incredible deal! Dinner at Medieval Times would make a great gift for the little knights or maiden on your gift giving list!
Lil’ Man and I headed up on Sunday with our friends, and we had a great time!
When you enter the King and his chancellor speak and knight the birthday kids, you can grab a drink at the bar (they have non-alcoholic drinks too!), and check out the horses while you wait for your show to start. Here we are sitting on the Royal thrones! Lil’ Man loves making goofy faces!
(BTW, yes, his shirt says Property of One Awesome Mom)
The food was cool! You eat off metal plates and bowl with handle, no silverware (I snuck plastic spoons in- I didn’t want the kids to melt down because they couldn’t eat their soup).
We sat in the Red & Yellow Knight’s section, hence the weird orange tint to the photo of our dishes!
The show starts after you are seated (You are “sorted” into cheering sections as you enter the castle). The knights are introduced and food service begins.
The King’s feast includes garlic bread, tomato bisque soup, roasted chicken, sweet buttered corn, herb-basted potato, pastry of the Castle (Lemon pound cake for us!) and beverages. It was great! Our server was so cool.
Overall, the show was great- so much excitement and drama. The kids were riveted for the entire show. They almost didn’t eat because of how much they enjoyed the show.
There were a lot of people celebrating birthdays, anniversaries, and other special events.
But really, no one ever needs a reason (or excuse) to visit the King’s Castle at Medieval Times!
If you don’t live in Southern CA, fret not! There are locations all over the country!