This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Medieval Times. All opinions are my own.
Happy Mother’s Day! I was so excited to get to spend a couple of days with my mom this last week. As I told you earlier in the week, I got to take her to Medieval Times! Today is the last day to take advantage of the Mom is Free promo code!
We went on Tuesday and attended the 11:00 show. I have always wanted to take the kids to the early show that is more educational. I wondered how it would compare to the evening shows.
Here is our group, minus me of course. My neice Ashely was also with us and I was just as thrilled to get to take her after she has had to endure me talking about it so much the last couple of years. 😉
I loved our seats! I have always wanted to sit near the king and princess. Go Green Knight!
This was definitely the most fun I have ever had during a show, and it was due in part to our awesome server. The service has always been great each time we’ve been to Medieval Times but Bill took it to a whole new level. He was quick, funny, and got the whole crowd cheering. “Go Green!” Seriously, when you go to Medieval Times, check your cool card at the door and go crazy cheering for your team. It’s so much more fun that way!
The show itself is a little different from the evening shows. It runs for an hour and a half instead to two hours. The beginning of the show teaches how the knights are trained and gives great information about medieval times. After each learning segment there is a quiz. The audience shouts answers and then a knight reveals the correct one. There is still plenty of time to show off the amazing horses and…
my favorite falconer Kyle Hux! He is amazing with the bird! The tournament and jousting still concludes the show.
We loved the educational show every bit as much as the evening show! Where we noticed the biggest difference was in the food. It was completely delicious of course, but we really missed the tomato soup. It’s one of the things we look forward to. The evening shows also serve a rib and apple pastry. At lunch corn on the cob was served–yum. And a chocolate chip cookie was served in place of the pastry.
Whatever the occasion Medieval Times is always a blast. I hope you get to enjoy a show very soon!
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