Step back into a time of knights and princesses at Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament, a thrilling, family-friendly dinner attraction inspired by the feasts and jousting tournaments of 11th century Spain.
Guests are served a banquet of four courses as they cheer for one of six knights competing in the joust.
One of many locations across the United States, Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament brings a unique, vacation experience to Myrtle Beach visitors that they are sure to never forget!
Enter the castle at Medieval Times where you will feel like you’ve journeyed back in time.
Have a souvenir picture taken with a prince or princess before you explore the castle interior where you can view the 11th century torture devices, weaponry and furnishings, buy souvenirs, or enjoy a beverage from the full bar. You may even see someone being knighted right before your eyes!
When you enter the arena you will be seated in your knight’s cheering section.
Give a rousing cheer as your knight is introduced by the royal family and begins a fight of honor to win the princess’ favor. Marvel at the tests of skill, the horsemanship, falconry, and the excitement of the joust!
While you are entertained by the tournament, dig into a four course meal fit for a king. Costumed wenches bring out your meal’s courses and no utensils are needed! Sip soup from your pewter mug then use your hands to eat your chicken, ribs, home-style potatoes, grilled bread, and pastry.
Don’t worry; the lights are turned low so no one can see just how much you are enjoying your feast. Non-alcoholic drinks are served with your meal, but a full-bar is available before, during, and after the show.
Vegetarian meals are available upon request when you make your reservation.
Tickets for adults are $53.95, children 12 and under are $26.95. Inquire about ticket upgrades that include special seating and souvenirs or the seasonal /group special pricing. Shows run nightly at 6:00 pm. For more information and to purchase your tickets call or visit the Medieval Times website.
Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament Reviews
See what 39 MyrtleBeach.com users said about Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament:
I have been a couple of times but this year our kids were old enough to enjoy and understand. Our black and yellow night won the competition and he was a hoot. We so enjoyed it
Had an awesome time. Would recommend!
A great place to enjoy live entertainment and family fun!
We've been to the show a few times but for some reason this time the staff was just mediocre. No one we dealt with was very personable. You'd think with so much competition in the area they'd step it up a little. The show however was very good as always
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