From the get go we were treated ever so nice. From the moment we passed through the doors of the building everyone was so very considerate of us. Helping us to get ourselves situated, explaining everything as we went along.
Once we were sitting down, the wait staff came around to get our drinks organized. I asked him how he kept the drinks straight and he told me his trick. He arranges the mugs to show the drink that people want. I asked him what happens if someone isn't paying attention and moves the mug... he said he always double checks right before he pours the drink. And he does! :) He was very pleasant through the meal.
I should mention that the family sitting next to us had a different meal. It was vegetarian. I asked if they enjoyed it "very much so, it was good". They serve Vegetarian, Halal & Kosher meals and well as providing full bar service. I noticed some families could not finish their meal and had it packaged up to take home.
I was happy to see various methods of weaponry used so that what my son has been learning about he could actually see put in to action. The flail is quite a deadly weapon! Seeing the great sword in action, my lad said "that weapon is massive mom, and it's as slow as I thought it would be. He must be strong!"
So do i think you should go out to Medieval Times and take in the show? YES!
It is a very well done show. I am so happy we were invited to take it all in.
What did we take home with us?
Three copies of a good family picture, including the King (each coming with it's own blue protective folder). A green ribbon, a green hat, and nicely put together program.
Medieval Times is doing some Knight Training in April. You can learn more about that by going to THIS LINK.
Pricing information can be found at this LINK for the regular shows.
Medieval Times has been in the Toronto area for over 20 years and are the destination for celebration: birthdays, anniversaries, grad trips and bachelor & bachelorette’s. When you come to Medieval Times you will experience spectacular pageantry, dramatic horsemanship, breathtaking swordplay and falconry while feasting on a four-course medieval banquet. The experience culminates in an authentic jousting tournament between six brave Knights of the Realm.