Note: My family was invited to attend a special New Year’s Eve celebration at Medieval Times in Baltimore/Washington D.C. (see my announcement post) but all thoughts, opinions, and pictures are my own.
As I mentioned when we visited Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament last May, our whole family was blown away by the whole experience. The food, the performance, the service, the atmosphere…it’s now one of our favorite places EVER. It’s not every day that a family of seven can find an activity (or even a restaurant!) that everyone is happy with. Medieval Times has definitely made our top 10 activities to do together.
The big surprise of the night on New Year’s Eve was not the fact that kids could be recognized as Honorary Knights and Princesses of the realm or the fact that everyone had just as much fun at our second Medieval Times experience. No, the biggest surprise of the night was the kids’ reaction to “our” knight. The kids recognized their knight from May (they were very fond of him!) – but this time, he was playing the “bad guy.” While the rest of the room was booing him, my kids were (quietly) cheering him on.
Can you blame them for loving this guy? Doesn’t he have the best smile, even as the villain?
Last time we were at Medieval Times, the kids took a picture with “our” knight, and they were really sad that he wasn’t available after the most recent show for picture #2!
From the food and service to the entertainment, it was the perfect way to spend the afternoon of New Year’s Eve with the kids.
Have you ever been to a Medieval Times? We highly recommend it as a fun family activity!
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