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If there is one thing my family enjoys doing, it is going out and doing things. Experiencing life is something we love to do. My family doesn’t know it yet, but I’m surprising them with tickets to Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament. It’s going to be an awesome time and I can’t wait to experience it with my family. Here are a few reasons while we’ll be visiting this venue ASAP.
My husband and I are for introducing the kids to real experiences.
All Knights begin their training as Squires – just as they did in the Middle Ages – learning horse care, sword fighting, and weaponry.
It takes a minimum of six months of training to become a Knight.
Isn’t this exciting? It’s just as if we were in Medieval Times, except we get to sit back and watch.
It’s not every day that you get to experience Medieval things. From the gallons of soup served to the way the horses are trained, it’s as close to Medieval as it gets.
The Knights are even known to charge at speeds of approximately 15 to 20 miles per hour and reach an impact velocity speed of about 30 to 40 miles per hour, when jousting.
Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament puts on a ton of awesome shows, but they also host birthday parties, have summer camp matinees, Scout Troop Outings, and it’s the perfect place to celebrate any occasion.
After I surprised my family with tickets to the show, they were SO EXCITED. I will post again with an update from our visit. I encourage you to check out this venue and make memories with your own family. It’s unlike anything else out there.
Are you ready for a good deal?
Thanks to Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament, you can experience it at an awesome price. Adults $36.95 and children (12 and under) $29.95 with the code MT3629 through 2/28/17.
I received tickets in exchange for my post via US Family Blogger.
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