The A to Z of Dining Shows in Orlando for this Summer!

The A to Z of Dining Shows in Orlando for this Summer!
Families heading to Orlando this summer should check out ATD's Dinner Show Guide!

Families heading to Orlando this summer who want to experience excellent evening entertainment and delicious food can view Attraction Tickets Direct comprehensive guide to dinner shows and see the best value dining extravaganzas. When booking Disney World tickets families can also book their favourite dining show and become either pirates, detectives or knights for the evening. 

Attraction Tickets Direct recommend The Arabian Nights Dinner Show as their ‘Top Selling Show’; it is a fantastic display where you can see more than 60 of the world’s most beautiful horses combined with special effects and stunts in the world’s largest equestrian arena for a permanent show. It is very good value as it lasts for three and a half hours and is just £21 for an adult and £18 for a child. It is suitable for the whole family and just a short distance from Disney World. 
 
For those wishing to get into character Attraction Tickets Direct recommends the Pirates Dining Adventure where guests can step aboard an authentically replicated 18th century Spanish ship in a dramatic indoor lagoon. History fanatics will love journeying back to the 11th century for a celebration feast and traditional games tournament at the Medieval Times Dinner Show which is set in the majestic Castle of Kissimmee. There is also the option to become a detective at the interactive Sleuths Mystery Dinner Show and listen to some hilarious jokes at The Outta Control Magic Comedy Show. 
 
The older members of the family will love the ‘fiery’ Makahiki Luau Dinner Show and the Treasure Tavern Show, which is Orlando’s newest and hottest night time show with cabaret performances. 
 
The Dinner Shows vary in price and cost approximately £25 for an adult and £18 for a child. The Outta Control Magic show is the cheapest at just £16 for an adult and £11 for a child for a 90 minute show and The Sleuths Mystery Dinner Show the most expensive at £30 for an adult and £15 for a child for a two and half hour show.
 
All of the dining experiences include a delicious three course meal and unlimited soft drinks. Some shows also offer free alcoholic beverages for those over 21 years. Shows that do not offer free alcoholic drinks provide a full cash bar should you want a beer, wine or spirit with your meal. Guests can enjoy tasty local and international cuisine which compliments the exciting evening entertainment. 
 
Visit www.attractiontickets.com/en to purchase your dinner show tickets.