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Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament

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Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament - Buena Park, CA
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Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament - Buena Park, CA
Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament - Buena Park, CA
Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament - Buena Park, CA
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Red & Black Knight ALL THE WAY!

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The show was alright, but the dude with the whip was a bit overzealous whipping the horse to stand and do tricks. The show would have been must better without the animal abuse. ...

Horses should not be for our entertainment 12/7/2008

The show was alright, but the dude with the whip was a bit overzealous whipping the horse to stand and do tricks. The show would have been must better without the animal abuse. The jousting, sword fighting, and cute knights were okay. The dressage horse was foaming at the mouth...... I won't go back. Calling the ASPCA right now in fact. more

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fun! 4/6/2006

I was invited to mid evil times and it was pretty entertaining. I had a very good time with my friends but the admission fee was expensive. The weird part about coming to this place was that you had to eat your food with your hands. I would still recommend coming here. more

So much fun 2/28/2006

Whether or not you are a fan of the medieval time period "theme", you are still sure to have a fun time here. Watch out...its pricey! Almost $48 for adults and $34 for kids!!! Its an almost 2 hour, crowd interactive show with a 4 course meal, that you eat with your hands and fingers. Its loud and rowdy and fun. Cheer for your colored jouster and hope he wins! more

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There Were No Utensils in Medieval Times 2/27/2006

Therefore there are no utenstils at Medieval Times. But they have Pepsi! This is one of my favorite SoCal fixtures. There's just something about getting caught up and leaving your cool behind, wearing a paper crown, eating with your hands, and cheering for your team. It's great fun for families, or groups of friends. more

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Great entertainment, so-so food 12/29/2005

This is a fun adventure to have, although I would recommend going to this place for the entertainment, not the food which will get dusty anyways. But what a creative night to go have with the family or with a date! I always like new things and this is a great change from the normal routine. more

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Medieval times 9/24/2005

Medieval Times dinner and tournment is a cool place in california to check out at least once in your life. They offer dinner as well as entertainment in the form of medeival horses and knights. You sit in a kind of indoor stadium and eat there with your hands and you watch the show in front of you. The price may be expensive so be aware. more

ONCE IN A LIFETIME WEIRDNESS 8/18/2005

SO expensive, but so weird. If you're someone who is into the campy weirdness of americana tourism, you must save your money and go here... once. Befoore the show (and dinnerr),, you can tour the torture museum... ok. Then you are assigned a team and thhat is the team you route for. After being escorted into the great hhall (and taking a picture with.. um some man dressed like a woman), the meall and show begins. Because oof the medeival thheme, you eat everything with your hands, and no straws foor your coke. The shows is very elaboratelly staged (and the competition is rigged, but who cares). Several hours later it's all over and you have a stroy for youur friends for years. more

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Fun for the WHOLE family 8/15/2005

Medieval Times is a great place to bring the entire family. It features a medieval style dinner and fun-filled entertainment with knights jousting and fighting. The experience is well put together where each section of the crowd is color-coded to cheer for their knight. Each night, a woman is picked from the crowd and a knight offers her a rose. It's not something one can go every weekend but it's definitely something worth going to at least once. Don't miss out!! more

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Medieval Times 8/14/2005

I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this place. It is a mock medieval tournament played out in front of you in an arena-like place while you eat your meal. The food was surprisingly good but you really go for the entertainment value of the whole medieval theme. The performers really get into their act and it looks pretty authentic. Price for admission is not cheap but the experience is well worth it. Great place to bring the family! You'll have a blast! more

Fun Place 8/7/2005

Medieval times is an interesting place to go every couple of years. They have a lot of horses to look at before the show, and you can order drinks and buy related merchandise. Soon, you are seated in a particular colored area, and assigned to root for a particular knight. The knights compete against each other in various activities are rewarded with flowers, which the promptly give to a lady seated in their section. The food is served by wenches, and you are to eat with your hands. The soup and chicken are always good, and the show is fun to watch. Its not cheap though, so its not something you'd do too many times. more

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Medieval Times 8/6/2005

It's a great place to visit once in your life time. The ticket is a bit over price. The food they offer you is quite simple and there is no fork or knife to eat with! You need both of your hands!!! The show is very interesting~~~ A fun place for kids to enjoy! more

a one of a kind attraction 8/5/2005

Travel down historical Beach blvd in Buena Park, and you might catch glimpse of a castle. Just outside the castle, you might find the beautiful courtyard, and find court jesters selling tickets to a live jousting event. Inside the castle, take a photo with the King and Queen. After this, mingle with the craft vendors and sample their wares. Don't forget to visit the prized horses, preparing for their match. Once seated in this family style arena, you will discover that you are seated in a certain color section. It is your duty to root for the correct color team. The food itself it good, but the performance makes this an evening that you will not soon forget. more

going back in time... 7/31/2005

Ever watched a jousting match while dining? This is the place to do it! It's decorated like a castle, and has princesses, princesses and a king. The meal is served in 'authentic' tablewear of the middleages, with no utensils. Kids love it! The entertainment is great....as each section cheers for their knight, it's easy to think it's a 'real' sports event! The whole family will love this evening out! more
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  • Be swept away to an age of bravery and witness epic battles of steel and steed. From ringside seats, discover a feast of the eyes and appetite with all the splendor and romance of 11th Century Spain. As you thrill to a rousing jousting tournament,...

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  • Located in Buena Park south of LA, Medieval Times is dinner and a show that kids will love. The food is family-friendly, and comes while...

  • 11/12/2012 Provided by KidScore

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    Buena Park

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