Tuesday, May 30, 2023

Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament


Do you like movies or TV series that stories develop in medieval times like Game of Thrones, Gladiator, The Last Duels, 300, Dungeons & Dragons, sort of those things? Or do you feel that you want to get out of the real life and go to another world? 

There is the best place for those people! It is Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament. This time, let me share information and my experience about it.

The building which hold this show

Medieval Times, as its name suggests, is the entertainment show which is based upon authentic Medieval history and is the true story of a noble family with documentation dating back to the 11th Century. There are 10 locations of this show in the world, and the one of them is located in Toronto.

You can enjoy a lot of things in the building, so I`ll introduce them. 

After getting inside the building, you will see a huge hall. You can buy souvenir and drinks including alcohol, see real hoses which is also one of the cast members, take a photos at photogenic places, and watch an opening act for main show.

The huge hall

I bought a frozen Margarita there. It was delicious, so I recommend you this one!

Frozen Margarita

Then, after an announcement, you will be escorted inside an arena as a one of the kings or queens. Yes, you are the king or queen in the building! In the arena, you can enjoy the authentic medieval knights battles like cavalry battle, spear battle, and so on. And it is kind of competition, so every kings and queens are divided into 4 teams, then, one of the teams will get a triumph in the end.

Admission of knights

In addition to that, while you are enjoying the show, you can eat dinner at the same time. The meals are also based on medieval times.

I ate a chicken and more.

Lastly, If you are bored these days or tired of working, go to the Medieval Times!

Detail information about the show is below.

Location: 10 Dufferin St, Toronto, ON M6K 3C3
Phone: 416-260-1170
Mail address: orderhelp@medievaltimes.com
URL: https://www.medievaltimes.com/toronto

Thank you for reading!

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