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Unleash the Adventure: A Guide to Medieval Times Toronto 2024

Journey into Chivalry: Family-Friendly Excitement Awaits!

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Medieval Times Toronto is a real hoot!   The kids and I had always wanted to experience this dinner show and when we saw there was a Medieval Times in Toronto we couldn’t resist!   It was even better then we imagined!!

When we arrived at the castle we were given our crown and found out we would be cheering for the black and white knight.   We took pictures with the princess and then headed into the waiting area.  

Here we watched the knighting ceremonies and browsed the shops selling all kinds of medieval costumes, accessories and trinkets.   This place is licensed so Mom & Dad can have a drink or too to help get them in the cheering mood!

We headed into the seating area.  We had upgraded to the Royalty Package and we had front row seats complete with our cheering banner, photo and a commemorative program.   

Dinner was delicious!   Tomato soup, garlic bread,  roast chicken, ribs and potatoes.    Topped off with apple pie for dessert.   The kids loved eating with their hands, medieval style!    Pepsi, water and tea and coffee are also served.  

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The show was spectacular!  The horsemanship was amazing.  These beautiful creatures were a sight to see and the knights were pretty handsome too!   We cheered and cheered as our knight competed in the tournament to see who would win. 

Each time a knight would win a game he would be given roses to throw to the ladies in the crowd.   There were lots of battles,  a falconry show and the ultimate battle royale at the end to see who would win the princesses hand.  Our knight won! Our knight won! Our knight won!  

The kids were thrilled and we were all a little hoarse the next day from cheering on our knight and booing his competitors. 

This is a fantastic show and great for kids of all ages.   We all had a great time including the teenagers!  It is a very festive atmosphere and highly recommended for your family visit to Toronto!

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