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2904 Fantasy Way Myrtle Beach, SC 29579, United States
2904 Fantasy WayUSSouth CarolinaMyrtle Beach29579
(866) 543-9637medievaltimes.com
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Welcome to the 11th century! The Royal Court invites you to join in a spectacle not seen since the middle ages. Enjoy a four-course feast & watch knights compete in a thrilling jousting tournament.
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"The best thing about the dinner was probably the tomato bisque soup!"
"My 2 year old had a blast."
"The horses were very beautiful and well-trained."
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Jessica Waddell
5 months ago
The show was theatrical, and the costumes were gorgeous, but they lost our attention a few times. We weren't captivated. They allowed us to take photos which we liked. The food was good. The pre-show was just some guy giving recognition to birthdays and such. That was disappointing. The smell of mildew in the dining area is overwhelming at first, but you adjust quickly. The hand to hand combat at the end was probably the best part.
Anna Victoria
10 months ago
A place for everyone. Family friendly, elderly friendly, everything. Definitely an attraction worth trying at least once and a dinner, no, a feast is included! The decor is very vintage and Medieval. Swords, shields, flags, armor, chalices, and crowns. They have a cute little gift shop, a dungeon tour that is only $2 a person, and a bar. They only ID you once which really helps so you don't have to pull out your ID every time you want something. The first time they ID you, you receive a bracelet that shows your age has been confirmed. The food is remarkable. Remember your ticket price is for food and the show, so don't be stingy when considering the price. Definitely worth the money because for the dinner and a show, it's such a great deal! Tomato soup, Garlic bread, a strip of ribs, roasted chicken, a potato and an apple empanada. Drinks can be purchased in souvenir cups and not only do you get the cup your refills are half price, not the full price of the drink if purchased regularly. Many cups to choose from and colors! Very festive. The food is great quality, not something you're going to look at and have a "egh" moment. The shows change so don't worry about "seeing it twice." You really don't. I've been 3 times over the years and each has been a different story line. I've been "green" twice and "red" once and it is very different when you're on a different team's color. Your view of the arena is different and each knight has a different character. The waiters have great, quick service and the waitresses that take the bar orders are friendly and know the drink menu. No matter what your age is, you'll enjoy it. The cast always remains in character so you'll never really hear who they really are, because of course they are knights from the Medieval era! And if your boyfriend/husband isn't so eager about going to the show that involves horses since it's "a show" just show him the dinner menu. That convinced mine pretty well and in the end he loved it. Cheering on your knight turns it into a sporting event where his team is the best and must win! It's just amazing. Every time we go to Myrtle Beach, or are in driving distance of it, we attend an event. TIPS: -They mainly have 5pm and 7:30pm shows, occasionally others. If you have children, take them to the 7:30 show. Why? If you take them to the 7:30 show, the knights come out after and take photos with anyone who wants one and the children will love that, even some of the single ladies. They also have a dance floor with lights that opens up after the 7:30pm show. After the 5pm show ends, the 7:30 is waiting to start so the knights are in the back preparing and they are mainly trying to clear people out before opening the doors again. -Seating is first come first serve, not by tickets (for general admission that is). You can upgrade your ticket by paying more for select seating and other add-ons. But, for those who pay general admission (You still get a great experience): The earlier you arrive, the closer you'll sit in the arena. For the 7:30 show we arrived at around 6, all three times, and sat right next to the king's booth, second row from the front and we only paid for general admission so try to get there early (Twice as green, once as red, both on either side of the kings booth). The seating from closest to farthest from the King's booth/where everyone enters/exists the arena are as follows: Left side: Red, White/Black, Yellow. Right side: Green, Red/Yellow, Blue. -They have the dungeon you can walked around in, the gift shop, and just being there with the Medieval atmosphere makes the time you're waiting fly by.
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Chrisa Lopez
in the last week
Love the show and good very good acting
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Ray Nowell
a year ago
Monetarily, it's ridiculous. The tickets should be half-price or even free considering all the money they make on pictures, drinks and the cheaply-made merchandise they sell. You will have to tip the waiter as well. I guess you can call those "optional expenses" but I did not want to disappoint the kids; nor make the waiter suffer because I paid more than I expected. The food is ok (my chicken was dry). The show is ok. Also, a net drops down during the show which I assume is to protect the audience from flying weaponry, but it adversely affects the experience. After the show, the knights come out and greet everyone. They do a great job. My older boys (9 & 6) had a good time but my two-year old girl could not have cared less. It was worth trying once, but we are not going back.
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Krystal Ortiz
5 months ago
We had the best experience ever. My little boy who is 3 and special needs loved the show even! The food was yummy too. We recommend Medieval Times highly!!! They made us feel like vip.
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R R Sayre
10 months ago
I went last night with my husband and two sons. We arrived an hour early as suggested. It was amusing looking at all the weapons, armor, and gifts for sale, but certainly not anything not-to-be-missed. There is a medieval torture exhibit for an extra fee, but we were not interested. Well, I'm sure my husband would have gone if the boys had shown interest! There was a strong animal smell when we first entered. I was worried I would not be able to stomach eating with the smell, but I was okay. Everyone liked the food, even the picky one. The vegetarian option was a hummus/pita/veggie plate and a rice and beans soup (with a spoon - whew!) which were both yummy. The server was perfect - present but not intrusive. You get wet naps to wipe your hands at the beginning and end of the meal, which seemed sufficient. There were people asking us to buy things probably ten times over the course of the two hours, but they were never pushy so it didn't really bother me. The show was amazing. The costumes were beautiful. The plot of the show was fine, but it wasn't super important because the action was so exciting. I shouted until I was hoarse. The knights actually were very brave and skilled. About half of the knights even performed totally convincingly, which would be really difficult given the physical duress of the situation. The horses were very beautiful and well-trained. The falcon was magnificent. This experience was surprisingly close to the imaginary sense of knighthood etc I had as a child. After the show, there was a little dance party (which was nice for burning off a little energy because we were all so excited) and you could chat with the actors. I highly recommend you see this show! I agree the full price is out of bounds for most people, but there are ample discounts if you look around. We paid $70 (+ 10 tip) for the whole family, which is close to dinner & a movie for a family of four. It was way better than any movie though! I will always remember this awesome experience!
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Jeremy Steuhl
10 months ago
Food is just okay, but the show makes up for the food. My 2 year old had a blast. Drinks are expensive. $7 a beer.
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richard wright
a year ago
Went to the Medieval times in Myrtle Beach SC It was amazing I did not expect the food to be as good as it was, The show was amazing one of the best I have ever seen. A trained Falcon horses that dance you wont find that anywhere else. I think everyone show go see the show you wont be disappointed

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