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Medieval Times Dinner Show
Dinner shows usually play a part of our holidays, this time we were celebrating two birthdays so has a surprise we had booked to go to Medieval Times for the double celebration.
Situated in Kissimmee on the US 192, Medieval Times is a great place to spend an evening with family and friends. A Castle like venue stands out from the rest of the buildings around, with a Moat and Drawbridge, Flaming Torches and Medieval Trumpeters welcome you to the Castle.
On arriving, you are allocated a Knights Table number and given your crown. You will then know which Knight you are cheering for. The grand hall is beautifully decorated, with Shields, Swords and Full Body Armour. A gift shop and bar service is also available. All drinks in the bar are served in Souvenir Cups or Bier Steins. You also have your individual photo’s taken on entering the Castle. These are presented to you later on at your table for you to purchase if you want.
A group photo is also taken once you are seated, and presented later on for you to purchased if you want. I must admit, some of the individual photo’s gave us all a good laugh. The food is served during the horse show and during the Horseback Battles. Although the food is ok, your mind is more focused on what is happening in front of you.
The food served was Garlic Bread, Tomato Bisque Soup, Half of Roasted Chicken, Spare Rib, Herb Coated Potato Half and a Pastry Treat (Baked Apple Pie) and coffee. They also serve two drinks of either Soda or Bier during the show itself.
The Knights battle it out, on horse back and on foot. There’s six Knights battling it out for their supporters, and they expect you all to join in. Its great to see the young children shouting for their Knight in shining Armour. Cheering when they succeed and boo to the other Knights when they don’t. In rounds lasting a few minutes each until there is only one left and declared the winner by King Philippe of Leone. The Knights use a variety of Medieval Weapons, all of which sound and look so realistic.
Your Knight shows gratitude to all his supporters by throwing a red carnation to each and every lady at his table. This then concludes the show and guests can then retire to the grand hall for further refreshments and get autographs from their Knight in Shining Armour.
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