Hello, Sunshine! Last weekend was Gracie’s 9th birthday. We wanted to do something unique for her last year in the single digits so we decided to take a dinner show in Orlando. We thought this would be the perfect way to celebrate the new queen at Medieval Times Orland0 and we’d all have fun too!
On April 19th, the Orlando Castle made a Queen the new royal ruler. She replaced the king, her father, who ruled the kingdom for over 34 years. She is a kind ruler but is not afraid to stand firm.
“Our new female queen is a sign of the times and we couldn’t be more excited to bring her to Florida,” said Doug Dorn, Medieval Times Orlando, FL General Manager. “The queen is fully in charge. Her authority is sometimes challenged, but she quickly asserts herself as a strong leader.”
My kids loved the knight battles! The girls were standing and cheering for our knight, the red and yellow knight. Gracie loved the jousting, while Lulu was at full attention during the hand-to-hand combat when the knights were sword fighting.
If you follow me on Instagram, you saw the exciting battles unfold live on my stories.
I loved all the beautiful horses. They were all stunning and amazing to watch. I would have loved to touch and meet all of the horses.
If you arrive early, take a tour of the Medieval Village. You can learn about life in medieval times. The Orlando Castle is the only one to host a village with artifacts from Spain. If you’re not weak in the knees, the torture display was quite fascinating. It’s amazing and horrifying to see the barbaric practices used in Medieval times.
Tickets for the dinner and show start as low as $36.95, making it affordable for families looking for an evening of fun, or even adults celebrating everything from birthdays to corporate events.
Medieval Times Orlando is the first castle to open and has entertained more than 20 million guests since 1986. The iconic Central FL castle performs more than 600 shows per year.
For more information visit www.medievaltimes.com. Don’t forget to bring home your crown as a souvenir!