Spend a weekend in Atlanta and a couple hours in Medieval Times. Vacations Made Easy has a great vacation package, Medieval Times Atlanta, which includes two nights lodging in your choice of more than 90 Atlanta hotels, and admission to Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament.
Enjoy a four-course meal fit for a king, while you are entertained by the jousting and sword-fighting of the valiant knights vying for the tournament championship. The Master of Horse and the Royal Falconer are both in attendance at the tournament to showcase magnificent animal performers. The Master of Horse and a team of Pure Spanish horses will demonstrate exemplary equestrian talent. Pure Spanish horses were prized by medieval royalty for their strength and skill. The Royal Falconer’s beautiful hawks and falcons will soar over the arena and amaze as they show their natural speed and agility.
After the rousing entertainment, head back to your amenity filled hotel for a relaxing rest. There’s still time while you’re in Atlanta to catch some other area attractions. The World of Coca-Cola or Stone Mountain Park.
If you find yourself needing to escape the ordinary spend a weekend in Anaheim and take a trip back to the days of knights on glorious steeds, castles, princesses and royal feasts.
The Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament packs it all into a two-hour show complete with clashing swords, Spanish War Horses, and an inspiring romantic story as six bold knights compete in a tournament to win favor with the beautiful Princess Catalina.
You’ll enter the Spanish Castle set amidst the swaying palm trees in the California sun, tour the Hall of Arms, and be seated in your color-coded section, so you know which knight to route for once the tournament of jousting, sword-fighting, and feats of strength begins. Your four-course royal feast is served as you enjoy the show, which includes equestrian stunts and a demonstration by the royal falconer and his trained hawks and falcons.
Vacations Made Easy’s Anaheim Weekend Getaway Package includes admission to the dinner and tournament, and two nights lodging at your choice from 56 hotels. Spend your second day enjoying the many sights and attractions in Anaheim, like the nearby Disneyland and California Adventure theme park.
If you want to make a trip to Washington DC in the near future, don’t fret! There are still fun and interesting activities to do even though many monuments and museums are closed. Consider enjoying one of these options while on your stay in DC!
Interested in crime and forensic sciences? Take a look at the Crime Museum, a unique museum with a range of displays and interactive exhibits focusing on the history of crime, punishment, and law enforcement from the time of pirates, the old west, and medieval times through the present with DNA testing and more! Test your Wild West shooting skills and try to break into a safe, experience the thrill of a high speed chase with the simulator, visit a computer hacking station, and test-fire a weapon at the FBI shooting range! Enjoy these opportunities and more!
You can’t go wrong with the Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament! Travel back in time to Medieval Spain, where you will witness the Tournament of Knights as six valiant knights test their skills and compete for the hand of Princess Catalina! This exciting story is accompanied by high-energy performers, brilliant horses, and more features that will leave a lifelong impression!
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The Family Day at the Myrtle Beach Art Museum celebrates Dia de los Muertos, the “Day of the Dead.” People who visit this exhibit at the museum will see a great amount of displays, workshops, demonstrations and events. You can even experience Mexican dancing with music from the Mariachi band and kids will have a great time with the piñata. Every one of all ages will love this great Mexican tradition. Come and bring the whole family for a day of fun entertainment. This is a special event that only happens once a year. Your family will have a great time with all of the great scheduled events that are planned for this fun filled day. While you’re in Myrtle Beach go ahead and stay a few days in one of our excellent lodging options and check out a few other attractions in the area!
You will know you’re in for an unusual experience before you even step foot in the Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum in Myrtle Beach, which boasts an unforgettable exterior that has the appearance of being ravaged by a hurricane. As you walk through the museum, you will be amazed by the wide range of completely strange but entirely real oddities of the world on display. Make plans to have a bizarrely great time in Myrtle Beach with a stop at the Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum!
At Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament you and your family will find an exciting time of action-packed combat, skillful horse riding and a filling meal for an all encompassing time of entertainment in Myrtle Beach. Travel back to the days when chivalry stood tall, and decisions were decided on the battlefield. Come experience the international sensation of the Renaissance.
A 750,000 gallon tank, ten foot long sharks, and diving shows are only the beginning of what Ripley’s Aquarium has to offer. You’ll get an excellent view of wild sea creatures from squids to seahorses. Once you’ve had your share of looking at the underwater life, you can check out the hands-on experiences at the aquarium. This is a Myrtle Beach activity that no one in the family will forget.
Spooktacular is an annual Halloween festival for kids that is held every year at the Staten Island Zoo in New York City. If you are looking for an excuse to get on the ferry and spend some time on Staten Island, this event is the perfect way to escape the Manhattan Halloween crowds and entertain your kids. Spooktacular is an evening event that is great for school-age kids – they can walk down spooky cornfield paths where they will run into ghouls, ghosts and werewolves. They can also sing along with a zombie band, play spooky-themed games, and compete in a costume contest. While you’re in the city, check out are first class accommodations and some of the many New York attractions we offer!
Step back to the days when glory and valor began at the tip of a lance with the Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament. You’ll be catapulted back centuries ago for a real medieval tournament featuring six knights as they compete in a variety of events – including the joust and sword fight – until a champion is crowned. While the lances glance off of armor in the arena, castle guests will take part in a four-course banquet – less the silverware to make the experience authentic and fun. This exciting dinner and show, located in Lyndhurst, New Jersey, is sure to be the highlight of your Big Apple adventure!
Spanish, Japanese, German and Chinese are a few of the languages your tour guides at Gray Line, New York can offer you as part of the Foreign Languages City Tour. Throw in a ticket to the Statue of Liberty Ferry and you have the Foreign Languages City Tour and the Statue of Liberty Ferry. The tour takes you both Uptown and Downtown. You will see Central Park, Harlem, SoHo, the Empire State Building, the United Nations Building, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Time Square, Battery Park, Rockefeller Center and more of New York’s famous sites and attractions from the seat of a luxury motor coach. Later, on your own time, you can board the Ferry to Staten Island and the Statue of Liberty.
Take the hassle out of planning your Big Apple vacation and start enjoying it today with the New York CityPASS. This all-in-one admission booklet is valid for nine days after its first use and features admission to exciting city attractions such as the American Museum of Natural History, Guggenheim Museum, Empire State Building Observatory, Museum of Modern Art and more! All included in this low-price, this is the perfect starting point for your New York trip.
Throughout the summer, Vacations Made Easy has been running a special promotion offering savings as much as $19.28 per adult for Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament. And while the window of opportunity for saving on family fun has almost closed, there is still time to save big and experience one, last summer getaway. Tickets to any Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament that are purchased through August 31 for performances through September 30 will still include our summer discount with participating locations including Anaheim, CA; Atlanta, GA; Chicago, IL; Dallas, TX; Myrtle Beach, SC; New York City, NY; Orlando, FL; Toronto, ON; and Washington DC.
Those interested in experiencing Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament can securely book reservations online.
Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament combines a feast fit for a king with equestrian artistry and thrilling combat for an encompassing time of entertainment. Throughout the show you will cheer on your section’s knight as six brave individuals fight for the hand of the princess. As for the meal itself, you’ll be treated to 1/2 roasted chicken, vegetable soup, garlic bread, spare ribs, 1/2 herb basted potato, apple pastry and two soft drinks, beer, coffee or tea.
Learn more about Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament and book online.