Friday, May 2, 2014

Birthday? Why not check out Medieval Times Kissimmee, Fl!

Looking for somewhere to celebrate a birthday? Well check out Medieval Times! My son Joshua was celebrating his 6th birthday and what a fun way to celebrate then at Medieval Times. Arrive early and walk around the grounds and see how the people lived back in Medieval period. When you celebrate a occasion at Medieval Times they will announce it during the feast.

Medieval Times is a one of a kind dinner show, the menu is that of the medieval days, which is soup, chicken, bread, sparerib, and potato. There is no flatware you eat everything with your hands! The chicken is a whole half of a chicken, drinks to choose are water or pepsi, but they do bring coffee at the end of the meal all drinks have free refills. If you would like any alcohol you can purchase from the bar wench.

Medieval Times is a show that which you have 6 sections and each section has their knight who they cheer for. The knights are green, blue, black & white, red, yellow and finally red & yellow. Each knight has different task to complete which include marksmanship, jousting, and sword fighting.  The kids were a little bored at the beginning because it looks like a lot of running back and forth on horses but once the knights brought out the swords the kids were totally into the show, yelling "Get him, Get him!". At the end of each game the knights who completed the task get 2 flowers which they throw into the crowd of their section. The winner of the tournament picks out a child from their section which the child gets a crown and sash.

I personally feel this would be more of a great "guys night out" kinda place. Its a one of a kind show that is nice to add to your family vacation cause your not going to experience anything like it anywhere else.

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Disclosure: I received one or more of the products mentioned in this post to help facilitate my review. All opinions are mine and I was not influenced in any way. Please contact with any questions.

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