Meal is included. Show is 2 hours long. Check with your local castle to see what the current menu is.
Look for discounts and deals -- there's no reason to ever pay full price.
They say to come 75 minutes in advance, but that isn't necessary. Your seats are set at time of purchase. The only way to get better seats is to pay for the VIP upgrade. Actually, personally I prefer not to be in the front couple of rows because the horses kick up a lot of dust. You're better off in a further row. The reason they want you there 75 minutes in advance is to get you to buy overpriced knickknacks or drinks at the bar.
The food is included, it's a set menu, although they do accommodate for allergies or vegan diets. Be prepared to eat with your hands (no utensils).
The show is (2) hours long, Medieval suggests arriving 75 minutes prior to showtime. You don't have to arrive that early. This time will be spent standing around, being pulled in to take pictures or taking advantage of the bar (a little pricey) or the gift shop.
Once you arrive, you are assigned section (Knight Color/#) and when you are called, it's a bit of a cattle call to get you in, unless you do VIP seating. Seating can be a little tight due to the # of seats per row, so you may bump elbows with the other guests. Don't forget to tip your wench!!
about 2 hours and meal is included
The show is 2 hours long and the food is served throughout that time. The menu is pre determined, there's no utensils so you'll be eating with your hands. If you have little ones bring some napkins. Also be conservative on your drink. Going early will get you the best seats, plus there's a huge line to just pick up your tickets.
I would say the show is about 2 hrs. long and the meal is included in with your ticket purchase. The meal is served all throughout the show in different courses.
The meal is included. The show is 2 hours. The directions say to come 1 hour and 15 minutes early because you get better seats even if you purchased your ticket ahead of time. The price is very reasonable.
The show is 2 hours long and dinner is served a fun way with no forks or knives. Use your hands and enjoy. HINT: bring extra napkins and wet ones. Took my niece who really enjoyed it. She even got a rose from one of the horsemen. Before careful of all the picture taking and drinks at the bar. The cost will add up quickly. Don't feel pressured to buy every picture. Nice evening out.
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