Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament - Theme Type Restaurant in Myrtle Beach with 14 reviews

Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament

Theme Restaurant in Myrtle Beach

 
Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament
Rated: 3.7 out of 5 with 14 Reviews

Family oriented dining attraction featuring knights in hand-to-hand combat and sword-fighting, all during a four-course feastl.


Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament
2904 Fantasy Way
Myrtle Beach
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There are currently 14 user submitted reviews for this restaurant.

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Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament
Posted: Jul 28th, 2010 at 3:49 pm
From: La Grange, KY
By: drg


Avg. Rating:5
IF you want entertainment during your meal this is the place for you! My husband and I along with our 3 and 4 year old decided to visit this establishment! It was wonderful! There are no utensils so be prepared but the children loved it and fit right in! Select menu so not preferred for picky eaters but the food was AWESOME! Alot off story line so the little ones were bored some but the tourney began and they perked back up! The price was steep but well worth it! I would reccommend it for 5 and up for it to be successful entertainment but your choice to make! Overall I say dont miss out on this little bit of history and experience in your family vacation!
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Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament
Posted: Jun 15th, 2010 at 2:30 pm
From: Richfield, PA
By: lk


Avg. Rating:3.5
The show and the food were excellent. The drinks were expensivebut that wasn't completly unexpected considering the environment. The dungeon was disappointing as I was expecting much more it was an extra cost. Overall, it was an awesome evening
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Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament
Posted: Feb 25th, 2010 at 4:25 pm
From: Conway, SC
By: dr


Avg. Rating:3
Do yourself a favor and go to Dixie Stampede instead. Better food . Better show. Better prices. More professional. Dolly knows what she's doing. Medieval Times was a rip-off as far as I'm concerned. Took my 6 year old for his birthday and he nearly fell asleep. Kept asking where the racing pigs were.
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Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament
Posted: Jul 07th, 2009 at 7:59 pm
From: Asheville, NC
By: kdm


Avg. Rating:2.5
This was our second year taking our small boys, which love the theme. Yes it's expensive and this will likely be our last trip until they get older or the show is updated. Drinks are exceptionally expensive, but you don't go there for the food or drinks - just be prepared. The show is very good, and well scripted. Since this was our second trip, we learned from our previous year's trip, so here are a few tips: Don't be in a hurry to arrive. There is very limited seating in the great hall before the show. The vegetarian plate is made to order - lots of grilled veggies and hummus with pita chips and black bean salsa. If you have small kids with you, this is a good deal, as they will NEVER finish that 1/2 chicken, plus they bring you (gasp!) silverware! Take some money with you - they don't tell you up front that you need to tip the waitstaff, which is a shame for them. I'm sure a lot of folks just are carrying debit/credit cards. Finally, if you want souvenir cups, just let everyone else leave first. They're scattered everywhere for free!
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Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament
Posted: Nov 03rd, 2008 at 11:57 am
From: Logan, WV
By: sl


Avg. Rating:3.8
Food was AWESOME
Service was AWESOME
Atmosphere was AWESOME
Value for money... Ehh That could use some MAJOR upgrades... (our tickets were over 100.00 per person) for front row seats... And The riders overlook the front row completely when tossing the flowers. It felt like FOREVER waiting to go into the arena to be seated.. The Noise of the people was unheard of unless it was the Gasp, or whatever because the special effects and the show TAKES the cake!

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Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament
Posted: Jun 18th, 2008 at 2:51 pm
From: Columbus, OH
By: ew


Avg. Rating:2.8
We went with our five-year-old son and some other family members. Our favorite part of the meal was the vegetable soup and garlic bread. The chicken had a good flavor but the spare rib was very fatty. Overall the food and show were average. We are glad we went once but will probably not return.
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Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament
Posted: Jun 03rd, 2008 at 12:03 pm
From: greeneville, TN
By: pj


Avg. Rating:4.7
We love your food. You definitely have enough food to go around. Your waiters and waitresses are excellent. The entertainment needs to be tweaked. Other than that we will be coming back soon. Thankyou .
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Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament
Posted: Feb 06th, 2008 at 10:53 am
From: Kinston, NC
By: hdm


Avg. Rating:2.3
I took my wife there for her birthday. I paid over $100 bucks for the tickets. They continued to nickel and dime all amounts of money you have in your pockets by charging for pictures of you being knighted by the fake king, pictures of you and your spouse taken during the performance. They even attempted to charge $2 per person to walk through a closet...I meant dungeon to view the methods of middle age torture. I would not have paid $5 for the food we were served. We could had got alot better at KFC. They need to look at having their meals catered. After we finished eating, they even begged for tips. As far as the show was concerned, it was great. It had a good plot and the action was excellent.
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Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament
Posted: Aug 05th, 2007 at 11:12 pm
From: manning, SC
By: dlw


Avg. Rating:4.3
Very exciting. Food was great tasting and ful filing. The staff made you feel welcomed. We were seated as the time advertised..
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Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament
Posted: Jun 25th, 2007 at 2:23 pm
From: NC, WV
By: bb


Avg. Rating:4.5
What a great show! Great food, especially the soup. Our kids loved the fact that there was no silverwear. If you haven't been to Medieval Times, be prepared to be entertained, but be aware that you eat everything with your hands.

Dixie Stampede is also a wonderful show, but Medieval Times has two things that Dixie Stampede does not... a storyline for the show, and alcohol to drink.

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Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament
Posted: Apr 24th, 2007 at 1:42 pm
From: Rock Hill, SC
By: rw


Avg. Rating:4.3
My wife and i went because we both love the middle ages and thought it would be a good dinner, well Let me tell you that was the closest i have ever come to the middle ages in my life. The food was really good and the show was totally mind blowing. These knights and damsels would have done the middle ages proud. You must see the special effects. Fantastic!!
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Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament
Posted: Mar 18th, 2007 at 6:31 pm
From: St. Paul, MN
By: jqp


Avg. Rating:2.8
It was fun, My wife and I went on our honeymoon. But for just over 100 bucks for two people I was expecting a little bit more.
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Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament
Posted: Sep 01st, 2006 at 1:24 pm
From: Winston-Salem, NC
By: uk


Avg. Rating:3.5
Good Food, Great Show, a little overpriced though.
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Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament
Posted: Aug 13th, 2006 at 9:58 pm
From: Middleport, OHIO
By: ss


Avg. Rating:4.2
Last year we went to the Dixie Stampeed which is similar in style. I like that show better, but Medievel Times was entertaining. The food was good, especially the chicken & ribs. We went early for the pre-show only to find out that there wasn't one. So we waited in an over crowded room until we could be seated. All in all it was fun for a one-time visit.
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