Medieval Times Atlanta wants you to go ahead and get your ‘royal’ on this Spring Break! They offer one of the most memory-making dinners you can take your family to in Atlanta (and in other cities by the way). Your experience at Medieval Times Atlanta will include a nearly two hour medieval jousting tournament with six strong knights. They use real weapons, ride on real horses and even showcase the amazing live flight of a real royal falcon! (I dare you not to duck as it swoops overhead!) And don’t forget the super tasty 4-course dinner with beverages served without pesky silverware. Starting April 1st, they will be adding another fun activity – Junior Knight Training – for kids in addition to all the usual fun and games.
Junior Knight Training at Medieval Times Atlanta
Kids between the ages of 4-12 will have the opportunity to get down in the sand before the show and train with the knights. For all those girls and boys who look in awe at the knights as they ride in on the might steeds, this may just make all their dreams come true. But wait…there’s more. At the end of the training, they will all be knighted by the king! AND this is all a free bonus that is included with your admission during Spring Break. Woohoo!
Kids are just $29.95 (under 12) and adults are $36.95, and Junior Knight Training is free with a paid admission to the show. Children under 3 can be considered “lap children” and are admitted free of charge but they must remain on the lap of an adult during the experience.
To get these substantial savings, just buy the tickets online and use offer code: SBWEB16. Want to upgrade your experience? This code also gives substantial discounts on the Royalty, Celebration and King’s Royalty upgrade packages.
Got a birthday coming up? Join the Birthday Fellowship club to receive free admission on your birthday!
What’s on the Menu at Medieval Times Atlanta?
I think this is a question most moms will have (especially if you have some picky eaters) and I’m pleased to report the menu is completely kid (and mom) friendly. Medieval Times Atlanta guests feast on garlic bread, tomato bisque soup, roasted chicken, sweet buttered corn, herb-basted potatoes, and a pastry of the chef’s choosing for dessert. They will also be offered coffee and two rounds of select beverages (including soft drinks). A full-service bar is also available for adult guests. Vegetarian meals are available upon request. And remember…no silverware!
Remember that Medieval Times Atlanta is in Lawrenceville so plan enough time to fight Atlanta’s traffic and get there on time. The castle opens 75 minutes before the show starts. You’ll want to get there early to check out the cool medieval imagery in the Hall of Arms.