Saturday, December 28, 2019

Celebrate 2020 with Medieval Times {Family Fun For The Whole Family!}

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Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament is a family dinner theater featuring staged medieval-style games, sword-fighting, and jousting. 

We were recently able to enjoy the Medieval Times show in Schaumburg, IL.  These were complimentary tickets for reviewing purposes.   As a family, we were so excited to go on another fun adventure at MEDIEVAL TIMES!  We always have a great at the Schaumburg, IL location.  The staff at this location are always so great, they never break character and really make you feel like you are in medieval times. 

We arrived early and made it through the lines really quickly for a weekend show.  Once you walk in it does make you feel like you are in a medieval castle.  The bright and beautiful colors spare across the ceiling. 

You can choose from 3 royal packages
 on top of the regular ticket. 

1. Queen's Royalty Package

Priority Castle Access

VIP First Row All Section Seating or Second Row in Center Section

Priority Seating Access
Cheering Banner
VIP Lanyard
Framed Entrance Group Photo

2. Celebration Package
                                                        Priority Castle Access

VIP seating

Priority Seating Access

Cheering Banner
VIP Lanyard
Group Photo for Each Member of the Party
Slice of Birthday Cake for Each Member of the Party
Personalized Announcement During the Show

3. Royalty Package

                                                       Priority Castle Access

VIP Seating

Priority Seating Access

Cheering Banner
VIP Lanyard

We choose not to upgrade this time. 

  We received our color, we were to cheer on the blue knight. So excited to get a different color then we got the last time we visited.  We always get the kids the royal flags of the color we are cheering on.  They are actually quite reasonably priced and they really enjoy them.  There are also banners you can buy that are even cheaper but they do not match your color. There are many other medieval-themed souvenirs that you can indulge on. 

We spent a little extra and try the torture museum before the store started. The price was just right for the little tour.  Walking through you get to see all the torture devices plus a small paragraph explaining how each one worked and why they used that certain device.  It was very interesting. 
Upon seating, we were served our drinks and then the show started.  As we watched the exciting show we were served our 4-course dinner which included garlic bread, tomato bisque soup, roasted chicken, sweet buttered corn, herb-basted potatoes, dessert of the Castle, coffee and two rounds of select non-alcoholic beverages.   I love that they also offer a vegetarian option for dinner, it looks very tasty and kinda wished I tried it this time around.   The service was fast and friendly. Our winch was great! Her name was Sara and we really enjoyed having her serve us. 

The food was good.  The kids thought it was super fun to eat with their hands.  They give you napkins, wet wipes, and even a hot towel at the end.   My husband did order a fun glass mug to take home.  He opted not to have an alcoholic drink in it and just bought the cup. 

The show was awesome. So much excitement, so much fun! A real battle of steel and speed!  The show always included jousting, weaponry, falconry, and horsemanship.   I love how the knight interacts with the guests, its the simple things like waving and throwing flowers. 

 A great action-packed show for the whole family.  

Overall, we had a wonderful time! Medieval Times is a fun family adventure. 
This is a place for all ages young and old.  
We appreciate the opportunity to take our family.  Thank you, Medieval Times and USFamilyBlogger for another great time at Medieval Times! 
Go to  & Save 40% on Adults & 20% on Kids Use code USF4020
Offer not valid in Scottsdale, AZ or for any late NYE show
Valid through 9/30/2020. Restrictions may apply.

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