Astride Adnalusian horseback against the backdrop of medieval
pageantry, Medieval Times quickly became a success in 1973 on
the Spanish Island of Majorca amidst an environment fiercley proud of its
Since then, Medieval Times has become the most exciting dinner show in
Central Florida. It takes you back to the 11th century where King Alfonso, has
brought the strongest and bravest knights of all the land, to a have an
exhilarating competition. It consists of sword fighting, jousting, and
horseback javelin throwing.
While all this action is taking place, you are served a dinner of your choice
of, garlic bread, vegetable soup, roasted chicken, spare rib, herb-basted
potato, and pastry. With great service and a great show Medieval Times is an
excellent dinner show.
The battle has just began and is on it's way, where two sides go head to head
in a battle. It's based on battle and war in the 1800s. Competition gets heated
as six brave knights of the Realm battle in a tournament for the lead in the
flag toss, ring pierce and javelin thrown games of skill designed to hone a
knight's abilities in battle.
In a shower of sparks, the hitting of metal against metal and the deadly and
dangerous glint of whirling bola. All contenders eventually fall until only one
brave knight is left standing to claim the brave title of new champion. But the
deadly treachery in the king's trusted inner circle must first be quelled. All
the knight's are returned to the arena for a final rousing salute to the crowd
of lots of noble guests.
While your food is being served to you, the almighty legend of the kingdom
threatened by treachery but strengthened by the courage that unfolds in the
Grand Ceremonial Arena.
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The meal begins with savory garlic bread and a steaming hot vegetable soup
ladled into pewter bowls. Then dig into a roasted chicken, spare rib, a
seasoned potato and pastry of the castle. Two rounds of beverages that are
included with your food, when you're eating there's no silverware to eat with,
you eat with your hands but there plenty of extra napkins just incase you might
need to wipe your hands.
Medieval Times also has educational programs to teach the children about the
history of the show and where it originated from. It teaches them about the
11th century and about King Alfonzo.
Horses are a very important part of the show. Revered as the purebred Spanish
horse, Andalusians were the preferred mount for royalty and knights since the
eleventh century. It has been known that horses were valued for their glorious
physique, even temperament, performance in battle and their performance to
carry the great weight of a knight in full armor into battle. The horses are
bred and trained professionally to be use in the eight medieval times dinner
show events located throughout the United States area and Canada. The castles
and ranch features more than 300 magnificent Andalusians.