Medieval Times Dinner & Trnmnt

214-761-1800
2021 N Stemmons Fwy
Dallas, TX 75207
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Visit an 11th century feast and tournament just outside Chicago
Inside the stone walls of our 11th century-style castle, Medieval Spain comes to live as six knights, donning authentic armor, clash in a jousting tournament for the title of King's Champion. From high above the celebration arena, King Philippe and his daughter-in-law, Princess Leonore, preside over a four-course feast featuring roasted chicken, garlic bread, tomato bisque soup, herb-roasted potato, spare rib, pastry of the castle and select beverages. (Vegetarian meals are available upon request.) A full-service bar is also available for adult guests. Below, royal guests watch as unmatched equestrian skill and daring are performed by the brave knights hailing from every corner of King Philippe's realm. Experience the splendor, pageantry and romance of the Middle Ages at Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament.
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Customer Reviews (9 reviews)

Lindsilv

on Citysearch May 18, 2008
I have been several times, and each time it gets better! The show is entertaining and wonderful for ALL ages. The food is great, and you will never leave there hungry, I can assure you that. I recommend going for... (more)

march19

on Citysearch May 06, 2008
I went to Medieval Times on Saturday night with a group of work friends for a bday. It turned out really great! The food was yummy and they kept you eating the whole time. Everyone seemed to have a great time and I highly... (more)

rashad83

on Citysearch Feb 05, 2007
IN two quick sentences the show is awesome and it's worth a shot, but a BIG NO NO for the food and this is an honest review,i've been to all kinds of places when it comes to food.me and my wife have a taste for good food but i... (more)

fizzet

on Citysearch Dec 19, 2006
I don't agree with the bad reviews. This show is definitely NOT overpriced. For the admission fee you get a four-course meal, a 2 1/2 hour show, and you're able to come look around the castle and hour and a half before... (more)

cleohunter

on Citysearch Oct 12, 2006
Went with wife and our two children. The kids LOVED it! The show is approximately 2.5 hours long and revolves around medieval king and his knights. Tables are in sections and represented by a knights color. The dinner... (more)

Contributor

on Citysearch Oct 12, 2006
<b>The Scene</b><br>The tiered stadium has nearly 1,500 seats, which provide perches for plates and ringside views of the equine demonstrations and tournament. Everyone gets a paper crown color-coded to match... (more)

anna9761

on Citysearch Jul 02, 2004
Medieval Times was so much fun. They do a great job entertaining the crowd and just put on a great show. So Cheer Loud Go Crazy and you'll have a blast! (more)

appassionattavonclimax

on Citysearch May 10, 2004
I've been to Medieval Times twice. I'm a vegitarian. The menu says vegetable soup, however, the first time I went there the server told me the soup had a chicken base and asked if I still wanted it, I didn't. The... (more)

SueWho

on Citysearch Jul 28, 2002
Only the village idiot would return for a second visit. Way over priced!! Once inside I got tired of being hit up for all the extras. Basic admission was $46 per person for a bland meal and some fair entertainment. Once... (more)

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