Medieval Times in Buena Park, California, is a family-oriented dinner attraction organized as a feast and tournament. The four-course dinner and entertainment extravaganza, complete with castle, features nearly two hours of knights jousting, swordsmanship and falconry. The experience costs $61.95 for adults and $36.95 for children as of 2015.Continue Reading
North America’s longest running dinner attraction, Medieval Times is also the most popular, entertaining guests with a modern version of an 11th century medieval Spanish banquet and tournament with live actors and specially-bred pure Spanish horses. Knights in full armor compete in the Battle of Champions in live combat, underscored by Hollywood-quality special effects, that honors chivalry, rivalry and revelry. The four-course dinner includes garlic bread, tomato bisque soup, roasted chicken, spare ribs and herb-basted potato.
Established in 1973 in Majorca, Spain, Medieval Times built its first North American castle in 1983 in Kissimmee, Florida. The franchise has grown to a successful national chain serving almost 50 million guests since the early 1980s with locations in New Jersey, Illinois, Texas, South Carolina, Maryland and Georgia A Canadian location is in Toronto, Ontario. In addition, Medieval Times owns and operates the Chapel Creek Ranch in Sanger, Texas, where the company breeds the horses used in its shows.Learn more about Geography