Opened in June 1986, Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament brings history to life with a two-hour medieval tournament and four-course feast. The 70,000 square foot castle is located on seven acres in the heart of Buena Park’s Entertainment Zone. Offering shows 365 days a year, the European-style castle features a soaring tower, elaborately decorated Hall of Arms, the Knight Club, an outdoor courtyard, an extensive gift shop, Museum of Torture and an indoor stable area where guests can view some of the castle’s horses as they prepare for each evening’s show. The air conditioned Grand Ceremonial Arena seats 1,110 guests and features state-of-the-art sound, lighting and a special effects system. The castle prides in its snowy Andalusian Stallions, a Spanish breed served for royalty in the 11th century and one of the rarest breeds of horses in the world. The Andalusian horses are bred and raised at the Medieval Times Chapel Creek Ranch in Sanger, Texas. The ranch is home to more than 200 Andalusian horses. During the tournament, royal guests cheer for one of six Knights as he competes in medieval games, authentic jousting matches and ground battles with sword and shield. The action intensifies as the tournament continues in search of one Knight who will be crowned champion by the King. Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament is an evening of fun and feasting for all ages.
Children (12 and under): $36.95
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