Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament - Georgia

2+ Hours
Group Activity
Moderate

From (USD) $58 Per Adult / $40 Per Child

Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament - Georgia

2+ Hours
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      Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament - Georgia

      Atlanta, Georgia, USA
      From (USD) $58 Per Adult / $40 Per Child
      Highlights
      • Grand Tournament: Sorcerers scheme and falcons fly as the bravest knights in the realm battle for glory (and the hand of a fair maiden) by sword, lance, and fist.
      • Banquet: Feast on a four-course banquet consisting of baby dragon (roasted chicken), herb-roasted potato, garlic bread, and tomato bisque, sans utensils. (Non-dragon options available for vegetarians.)
      • Andalusian stallions: See knight and steed become one in thrilling displays of horsemanship, jousting and swordplay.
      • The Knight Club: This is where king and court adjourn for drinks, dancing, autographs, and general revelry, and where knaves try to get wenches' numbers.
      About this Atlanta tour

      Travel back to a simpler time, when disputes weren't handled with sarcastic posts on social media but with sharpened steel on the field of honor. A time when virtuous maidens cheered valiant princes on thundering stallions. A time of pageantry and sumptuous feasts. A time when proving your manhood meant using your lance a lot.

      It's the tale of King Phillip, a fair and benevolent ruler who wishes nothing but peace for his kingdom. But the king is also a family heir betrothed and he is kidnapped by invaders. Phillip vows vengeance, summoning the most courageous knights in the realm to wreak royal retaliation.

      Tonight, a champion will be crowned amid shattered lances, broken swords, and trampled shields. Who will prevail? Will the warrior priest triumph over the Blue Knight? Will lionhearted Lord Del Font be the first to unhorse Don Eduardo? Wizards will weave spells, but it's valor that wins out.

      Marvel at swooping falcons and prancing steeds as blaring horns herald your hero's arrival. This is the battle royal, with the fate of kingdoms and princesses in the balance. So gulp down your mead and give a lusty roar, clapping with hands covered in food. This is the 11th century, and forks haven't been invented yet!

      A fork in history

      People in the Middle Ages actually did have rudimentary utensils. Everyone carried a knife, which was always brought to meals. Spoons, usually made of wood, were used with soup and gruel. Forks didn't become popular until well into the 1600s, and even then many people considered them to be a contemptible substitute for simply using your hands.

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      Cancellation policy

      Full refunds issued for cancellations made 7 full days prior to the date and time of requested services. Cancellations made within the 7-day and 72-hour window will receive a 50% refund of purchase total. Purchases are non-refundable inside of 72 hours.

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