On Saturday and Sunday now through the end of September, the Medieval Times will offer princess and knight training for the kids. One hour before the dinner and show starts, the kids can get hands on training with the stars of the show.
Saturdays are for the regal ladies. Sundays are for the brave lads. Children ages 5-12 are invited to attend. All participants must wear close toed shoes.
The knight and princess training experience is included in the price of your tickets. Space for the training is limited and is available on a first come, first serve basis. Reservations for this pre-show event are not accepted, but it is recommended that you arrive early since space is limited.
Medieval Times transports its guest to medieval Spain. Each guest must cheer for their knight who is doing battle against a rival. These brave knights fight for the favor of the king and his princesses. One knight will prevail over all the others and receive the favor of the king.
In March, the Medieval Times show was revamped. While, for many, the draw is the jousting and sword play, intricate horse scenes and a hawk delight the crowds. My family has attended a Medieval Times show and was completely impressed. My children were on the edge of their seats for the entire performance. And, more importantly, I got a flower from our blue knight. After all, how often do I get a flower from a handsome knight.
During the show, guests dine on a medieval feast.Since you are a guest in medieval times, there are no utensils. Don't worry, there are napkins and wipes to help with sticky fingers. The meal is designed to easily eaten. This utensil free meal includes the following items:
- Tomato bisque soup
- Focaccia bread with olive oil and seasoning
- Oven roasted chicken
- Larger BBQ spare rib
- Herb basted patio at split into two quarters
- Braided apple strudel
- Large beverage serving including ice tea, soda, and coffee
- Vegetarian meal available upon quest
For more information about tickets or to purchase online please visit www.medievaltimes.com or by calling 1-888-WE -JOUST.
Chicago location tickets can be purchased at http://medievaltimes.com/chicago/purchasetickets.aspx along with a detailed schedule for the princess and knight training.
To celebrate the new princess and knight training, Medieval Times has graciously given me 4 tickets to the Chicago location to give away. Please use the Rafflecopter to enter.
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Disclosure: I received 4 tickets for a giveaway. I was not compensated for this post.