Medieval Times = Spring Break Fun

Junior Knight Training 2 (1)

SPRING BREAK!!!! A time that teachers look forward to each year, and parents look for fun and creative ways to keep their kids entertained!  Are you looking for activities to do?    This special Knight training class is only available for certain show times and training begins 45 minutes after doors open.

  • March 23, 24, 30, 31, April 4-7 (doors open at 6pm)
  • March 25 & April 1 (doors open at 6:30pm)
  • April 7 (doors open at 11:30am)
  • April 8 (doors open at 3:30pm)

Junior Knight Training 3


Children must be between the ages of 4 and 12 years to participate. Space is limited and training is available on a first-come, first-served basis for the first 80 kids. Training is open to both boys and girls. Closed-toe shoes are required to participate.

All Child seats for these shows are just $29.95  and Adults are $36.95 with code SBWEB16. Book onlineHERE or over the phone by calling 1-888-WE-JOUST.


Junior Knight Training 1



Medieval Times has an awesome reputation for being family friendly. They want everyone to enjoy themselves and be part of the story.  Medieval Times is a FUN family centered attraction.  Everyone in the family can enjoy it from the kids to the grandparents!  We have had the opportunity to visit here on several occasions, and we always leave highly satisfied!

Upon entering the castle, your family is assigned a knight to cheer for!  Paper crowns are given for you to wear and your family’s picture is taken with some of the characters in the show.  These pictures are later available for purchase if you choose to do so and they are placed in a beautiful Medieval Times commemorative keepsake book.

Once inside you are able to enjoy the castle. There is a great fireplace with a roaring fire where you can sit and relax before the doors to the arena open.  You can also view lots of different things including weapons, suits of armor, Medieval artifacts, a live bird display and the dungeon.

To start the show the Lord Chancellor gathers the crowd before the throne and guests are directed by the Knight’s color to their seats. When the doors open, it is somewhat of a mad dash inside.  Do not worry about running in to get the best seat!  When you enter the castle, tables are assigned.  Just check out your “table” number on the card that was provided.  We have been blessed to receive table 1 each time we have visited.  Although I do think it is important to tell you that honestly EVERY table is excellent in that arena and I am not kidding!

Included in the price of the show is a 4 course, utensilfree meal. This is served during the show, so you are entertained as you eat.. You are served by “wenches” and “serfs” that are terrific! They are very efficient and remain in character, answering every request with “Yes, my Lord“, or “As My Lady wishes“. The menu is definitely “fit for a king!”   It includes pureed tomato soup, garlic bread, roasted chicken half, BBQ rib, half a potato, & an apple pastry along with beverages. There is a vegetarian option available upon request.  They even provide warm wet-wipes after the meal to clean up hands and faces!

The show provides heart pounding entertainment, exciting music, beautiful costumes, dramatic lighting, fighting and of course, knights and horses!  The show delivers audience favorites such as live jousting and sword fights with authentic weaponry and enhanced armor.  You will certainly leave this place with a feeling of joy and planning your next visit!

If you are looking for ways to keep your children happy and engaged this Spring Break, then look no further than Medieval Times.

Disclaimer – I will receive a complimentary visit in exchange for my unbiased review. All opinions are my own.


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