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Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament
Dinner Theater$$
Today 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
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2021 N Stemmons Fwy Dallas, TX 75207
2021 N Stemmons FwyUSTXDallas75207
(214) 761-1801medievaltimes.com
$$Dinner Theater, AmphitheaterToday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Monday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmTuesday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmWednesday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmThursday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmFriday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmSaturday ClosedSunday Closed
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Family-friendly performance featuring jousting, horsemanship & falconry while guests dine.- Google
People talk about 11th century, tomato bisque, tomato soup, sword fighting and oven roasted chicken
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LEA ANN Peck
reviewed 2 weeks ago
We just returned from a trip to Dallas today for a family vacation. I had seen this place on the internet and decided that this would be an amazing place for my kids to visit and remember for the rest of their lives and this place did not disappoint. We upgraded to the Kings package, which gave us guaranteed 1st row seating, a picture for each member in our group and a banner. My husband was skeptical because we had 5 people in our party (myself, my husband and 3 kids ages 9, 8 and 5). However, after the show he admitted it was well worth the extra money. We attended a 730 show on a Wednesday. Please keep in mind that if you are attending a 730 show, you should be there at 615 sharp when the doors open as it gets filled up very quickly. It is amazing, they have real trumpets and the king comes outside by the mote to welcome you to the show. When you go in you check in with your tickets or purchase your tickets. You get to take a picture with a maiden (after of course you get your paper crown). Once in the next room there is a lady with a REAL hawk. The kids got to have me take their pic with her as well. She performs during the show with her hawk. It was awesome. There are lots of things to buy when you get inside. And they have knighting ceremonies before the show starts. Which is very cute. My 5 year old said she must go back on her birthday to be knighted as a princess. :) The show is awesome, it is really like a play. The food was.....ok. There are no utensils and you eat with your hands. Which my kids thought was amazing. Dinner included tomato bisque, a huge chicken wing or breast thing, a rib, and a potato and a piece of bread. Dessert was an apple turnover. You get 2 cups of tea or pepsi. and our "wench" was awesome. The show itself was great. My kids were so into it. We cheered on the red knight and I have never seen them so into something. Also, the knights get to give away carnations to people in the audience and both of my girls got a carnation that the knight kissed and then threw to them. which made them feel amazing. The whole thing lasted from 730 - 930. We will definitely return for another visit if we are ever in Dallas again.
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Danny Poloskei
reviewed 2 months ago
When I heard there was some sort of medieval re-enactment sort of entertainment, I thought I just had to check it out. This was somewhat amusing, about what I expected. There was jousting, sword fights, fights involving other medieval weapons like flails and axes. There was less emphasis on those things than I thought there'd be, though. They spent a lot of time horsing around (literally) and doing little challenges, like playing darts... with javelins. On horses! The fights were okay, but kinda lacked intensity for the most part. There was also some cheesy kicking involved, causing the other guy to jump back and roll around on the ground. I would've liked it better if it looked more real, but the cheesiness had its merits since it was funny in a way. This place was also a lot more rowdy than I thought it'd be. The crowd is maybe about 50-50; there are a lot of people who are just there to sit quietly and watch. There are, however, people drinking alcohol and being loudmouths, which is strongly encouraged by the staff there. By the way, they make you eat with your hands and wear a paper Burger King crown. Oh, and the "four course meal" is pretty modest, so you won't need to starve yourself throughout the day to prepare your stomach for it. One last thing about the dining; they offer two drinks at the beginning: "sweet iced tea" and Pepsi. Iced tea? Makes me think lemon iced tea. You know, like Lipton Brisk iced tea or Nestle iced tea. Surprise! It's just cold green tea with no sugar whatsoever. Should've gone with Pepsi. It's the cola. PS: If you want to get something at the gift shop, make sure you do so BEFORE the show starts. If you try to get something after the show ends, they'll have the next crowd making its way in, making it pretty much impossible to move. Then everyone goes into the arena and the shopkeepers all vanish, so then you can't buy anything! It seems they expect people to get gifts first, then pick them up after the show and get the HELL outta there!
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Steve Buzzitta
reviewed 4 months ago
FN awsome. Good food and good times
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Jesus Reyes
reviewed 5 months ago
So, my fiance treated me to a night of medieval entertainment b/c i never considered attending such an expensive show at an indoor arena when the springtime Scarborough fair is an annual event. But i really enjoyed the show. And I'm glad i had the opportunity to visit the castle. We also upgraded to the torture room exhibit for very inexpensive. And the refills were constant, though the food was incredible and kept us busy all the way till the end of the show. The photos did not do justice to the amount of food that was brought before us! they offer several shows rolled into one masterful concept of medieval entertainment. Falconry, horsemanship, poetry, and martial combat. Every minute had me cheering for my chosen knight in his epic battle. This was definitely worth the time. Enjoy an adventure if you can!
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Megan T
reviewed a week ago
I went for the first time in 2013 for my anniversary with my husband. We had a blast and have decided to make it an annual thing for our anniversary. Already bought our tickets for August! Can't wait to go back!
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Melissa Sullivan
reviewed 11 months ago
My husband and i went for the 5:00 show and had a blast! All the staff were really nice, the food was great, and we really enjoyed the show. The knights got really got the crowd going and all the kids there could not get enough! You need to get there earlier to get a seat but there is plenty do do outside the arena while you wait. I would highly recommend it and well worth the money!