Medieval Times Orlando Dinner Show & Tournament
3.8 stars: Based on 6 reviews via
Journey back to the 11th century to meet Queen Doña Maria Isabella as she presides over a celebration feast and Tournament of Games to find a knight befitting of the title ‘the Queens Champion’. Only the finest warriors have been chosen to compete, but just one can be triumphant!
Our guide to Medieval Times Orlando Dinner Show & Tournament
The queen has taken the throne. Her Majesty Doña Maria Isabella presides over a tournament of knights who gather in celebration to test their skill against one another in a series of games, jousting, and combat. With more lance-splintering action and glorious pageantry than you can shake a sword at, Medieval Times continues to be one of the most popular dinner shows Orlando!
Once inside the stone walls of the 11th Century-style castle, trumpeters herald all guests into the Grand Ceremonial Arena where they are seated in one of the six sections corresponding to the colours and kingdom of one of the daring knights. With clockwork precision, legions of serving wenches and serfs deliver four tasty courses, and in true "medieval style" – no silverware is to be used (just lots of napkins)!
Enjoy a spectacular display of equestrian skills and medieval pageantry and fierce competition as the six brave Knights of the Realm battle it out in a series of challenges such as the flag toss, ring pierce and javelin throw. In the midst of the performance, Doña Maria Isabella presents her stable of beautiful pure Spanish horses and her prized falcon. The experience culminates with the Tournament Royale where guests join in the revelry and fun as they cheer their knight to victory in authentic jousting matches and dangerous sword fights. One knight will bestow the title of Champion and will choose his Queen of Love and Beauty to mark the occasion.
What’s on the menu? (Subject to change):
The meal begins with savoury garlic bread and a steaming-hot tomato bisque soup ladled into pewter bowls; then come roasted chicken, corn on the cob, a seasoned potato and pastry of the Castle. Select non-alcoholic beverages are also included. A cash bar service is also available for alcoholic drinks throughout the show.
Medieval Times Dinner Show is open nightly throughout the year. The show normally commences at 7.00pm although at peak times of the year, there may be a choice of 2 performance times – 6.00pm and 8.30pm.
Doors open 90 minutes before the show time and it is recommended that you arrive early as seats are allocated on a first come first serve basis. Once in the Hall of Arms there are plenty of activities and festivities to enjoy; admire the display of medieval artifacts. There are coats of arms of many prestigious families and a spectacular array of medieval weaponry on display. There is also a Medieval Life Village - the only permanent medieval village existing in the United States. Guests can observe the arts, crafts and daily traditions of the medieval period when walking through each of the eight authentic cottages.
Medieval Times Orlando Dinner Show & Tournament
As a general rule, kids between 3ft 6in/107cm and 4ft/122cm tall must be accompanied by a ‘supervising companion’ (a person 14 years of age or older).
Average 3.8 out of 5 (6 customer reviews)
Enjoyed the show. Was not aware I could upgrade to vip package. ( maybe this is only something available at the venue on the day )
Trusted Customer reviewed 04 Jun,2019
Enjoyable evening, food and show very good
Trusted Customer reviewed 26 May,2019
Excellent price and so easy to book. The experience was a blast too.
Jessica Smith reviewed 23 May,2019
Great show and good atmosphere. Something a bit different than theme parks
Trusted Customer reviewed 23 Jan,2019
Terms and conditions
Terms and conditions for Medieval Times Orlando Dinner Show & Tournament
- Ticket price includes admission to the show, three-course dinner and select non-alcoholic beverages only (a cash bar service is available throughout the show).
- Gratuities are not included in the ticket price. For groups of 15 persons or more, a mandatory charge of $3 per person will be collected by your server locally.
- Tickets are not valid for the New Year’s Eve show on 31 December.
Frequently Asked Questions for Medieval Times Orlando Dinner Show & Tournament
- Do I need to book a time and date to visit Medieval Times Dinner Show?
Yes, advance reservations are required.
- Where is Medieval Times Dinner Show located?
Medieval Times is situated at 4510 W.Irlo Bronson Highway in Kissimmee.
- What is included in the price?
Medieval Times Dinner Show tickets include entrance to the show, pre-show, three-course dinner, coffee and two rounds of select beverages. Additional drinks and gratuities are not included in the price.
- How long does the show last?
The pre-show lasts around 30 minutes and the main show is around 90 minutes.