It’s no secret my family and I love dinner shows and reenactments. When we were invited to Medieval Times in Buena Park Ca we decided the 6 hr drive was worth it. Experience North America’s most popular dinner attraction. The show features heroic knights on magnificent horses. (Yes real horses). There is food and fun for all ages.
Medieval Times is the perfect place for any occasion: family fun night, birthdays, anniversaries, graduations, date night, and more. Our boys thought it was the perfect ending to a trip to Cali and still talk about it. We were just in time to see the new show. For the first time in Medieval Times’ 35-year history, a Queen has taken the throne. Her Majesty Dona Maria Isabella presides over a tournament of knights who gather in celebration to test their skill against one another in a series of games, jousting, and combat.
The new story brings a series of changes to the show including new costumes, custom-designed and handmade armor, fight scenes, and musical score composed by Dr. Daniel May, who directed and recorded the composition in Kiev with the National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine.
In celebration of the new direction of their show they are offering Tickets 40% OFF Adults/20% OFF Kids –
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Address: 7662 Beach Blvd, Buena Park, CA 90620
Phone Number: (714) 523-1100
To see their dinner menu, dates and times of shows, and prices please visit their website.
My Boys were absolutely in LOVE!! We are actually going back in April with the rest of our family. 4 months same drive tells you its absolutely worth it. They are opening another one closer to us and we are ecstatic. The food and experience was all amazing. My youngest could not stop talking about the horses.
When you first get there you will be given a crown. This is important as the color decides where you will sit and who your knight is. Doors open 75 minutes before the show and you can browse their shop, get a drink, and see the horses.
While you want for your show you can sign your child up be knighted by the Queen. There is a additional minimal cost for this but they get a picture with the Queen, a certificate, their knighthood announces during the show, and a awesome memory.
Dinner and the Show
Seating is first come first serve unless you upgrade so make sure to get there early to get in line. They do have VIP seating with different packages. After we were seated we were served our meal. It is 4 courses. The main meal we were served was garlic bread, tomato bisque soup, roasted chicken, sweet buttered corn, and herb-basted potatoes. There is also dessert and 2 non alcoholic drinks included in your ticket price. You can also purchase alcohol separately. There is also a vegetarian option available. My boys favorite part was that the entire meal is served with no utensils. I wanted a fork lol but they were all about the using your hands
While we ate the show began. The basis of the story is that the Knights are competing to be the Queens Champions. They each perform different feats and battle each other. Only one can be victorious. I would tell you who won but its way better if you go see for yourself.
After the show the Queen and Knights all come out to sign autographs. They do this for the last showing of the night so if you want autographs go to the 7pm or 8pm showing.