Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament Atlanta in Lawrenceville, GA

Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament Atlanta Castle5900 Sugarloaf ParkwayLawrenceville, GA 30043
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Overview

Embark on a medieval quest as you indulge in a feast fit for a king and watch a tournament unfold before your eyes. America’s longest-running dinner attraction transports audiences back to the 11th-century for a night of jousting, competition, feats of strength and skill, and magnificent showmanship. Come hungry and ready for a meal unlike any other. But don’t expect to use utensils. This is the 11th-century, after all!

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Lawrenceville Travel Experts
  • Enjoy a four-course meal without utensils.
  • Cheer on your section’s knight to victory.
  • Alcohol is available for purchase with proof of valid ID.
  • Arrive 60-75 minutes prior to the show to enjoy activities before the performance.
  • Children under the age of 3 are admitted free as long as they sit on adults' laps.

Description

from Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament Georgia
Medieval Times is more than the nation's #1 and longest running dinner attraction - it's a living link to the past where the glory, chivalry and valor of old burst to life in authentic pageantry and thrilling tournament action.

While guests enjoy a hearty four-course medieval-style banquet (without silverware), six brave knights compete in games of skill astride magnificent Andalusian stallions. Lances splinter against shields of steel, broad swords spark and a champion emerges, to the cheers of the enthusiastic crowd. The spectacle unfolds nightly inside a fully enclosed European-style castle.

The Feast:
The menu at Medieval Times consists of garlic bread, tomato bisque soup, roasted chicken, sweet buttered corn, herb-basted potatoes, the pastry of the Castle, coffee and two rounds of select beverages. A vegetarian meal is available upon request.

In addition, our cocktail servers will be making the rounds and are happy to deliver any spirits from the bar that you request for an additional fee.

*Plan to arrive early, seating is first come first serve and to obtain the best seats and castle doors open 75 minutes prior to show time.*

Allergy/Strobe Warning: Medieval Times is a live horse show in an enclosed arena. Persons with respiratory conditions, allergies, or asthma attend at their own risk. Medieval Times uses stroboscopic and pyrotechnic effects.

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venicebibbs
Lawton, Oklahoma
"Fun time "
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed June 02, 2019 NEW
Totally worth seeing if in the area. The food was sooooooooo good and the show was good as well. We had an amazing time. I paid the extra money for VIP access which was worth it cause we got to sit in the 2nd row and be really up close and personal with the actors. Definitely won’t regret going!
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DAVID K
"A very nice time, treated by professionals"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed May 27, 2019 NEW
We had a very nice experience, with a professional staff performing "on stage" and really nice serving and attending staff. The show was entertaining and the horses were outstanding. The actors were pros and the stunts were impressive. If you have children or grandchildren, it will be a real treat...get them knighted in the lobby area before the show. The kids we saw took it very seriously. They got a hip-hip-hooray when they finished the ceremony, as well. The food is eaten with your fingers. They provide towelettes before and after eating, but you might want to bring a napkin for mid-meal. They also offer a to-go bag at the end. I recommend this show as a treat for yourself or family and friends.
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Kaydee C
Villa Rica, Georgia
"Great Evening!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed May 26, 2019 NEW
The food served was tomato bisque, toasted french bread, half a chicken, half a baked potato, and icecream. The food was good, and you eat with your fingers. Since it was my son's birthday, we paid extra for cake, and he had his picture taken while he was being knighted. It was definitely a memorabl experience, and the show was spectacular! It was enjoyable to watch the knights compete in games. The beautiful horses did tricks. Money well spent!
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ADMB_8828_119
Alabaster, Alabama
"Great service, fun show, good show, had accommodations for child on spectrum"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed May 11, 2019
We had a great time! We were with a very large school group and the staff was great about getting us in a timely manner. Also, My son is on the spectrum and was stemming while we were in the gift shop waiting to enter for the show and we were approached by a staff member who let us know of accommodations they has available and was extremely helpful. His help was much appreciated. Medieval Times in Atlanta has headphones for canceling out noise if needed and were able to let us get seated a little earlier than the main seating. The food and show was great and the entire staff stay in character. Even the servers. they all did a wonderful job making the evening a enjoyable event. Yea verily- a good time was had by all.
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Tabby262
"Atlanta Castle"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed April 22, 2019
We really enjoyed the show, be prepared for a surprise. Nice trip for family and friends. I would definitely go again. Bring hand sanitizer you’ll need it.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament Georgia

What exactly is Medieval Times?
Medieval Times is an exciting, family-friendly dinner attraction inspired by an 11th-century feast and tournament. Guests are served a four-course banquet and cheer for one of six Knights competing in the joust and other tests of skill.

What can I expect at a Medieval Times performance?
Expect almost two hours of jousting, swordsmanship, thrilling hand-to-hand combat, displays of extraordinary horsemanship and falconry as part of an exciting yet touching story set in Medieval Spain.

What else does Medieval Times have besides a dinner show?
Medieval Times also features an excellent bar, gift shop, Hall of Arms displaying medieval artifacts and a medieval torture museum.

What's on the menu?
Medieval Times' noble guests feast on 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. A full-service bar is also available for adult guests. Vegetarian meals are available upon request.

Is identification required for the purchase of alcohol?
Medieval Times requires a photo ID for the purchase of alcohol. In the United States, guests must be a minimum of 21 years old. In Canada, guests must be a minimum of 19 years old.

What does my admission include?
Admission price includes the show, a four-course dinner and two rounds of select non-alcoholic beverages.

What's the parking situation?
Free on-site car, bus, and handicapped parking are available.

How early should I arrive?
The Castle doors will open 75 minutes prior to the show time printed on your tickets. Plan to arrive early; seating is first come, first served and to obtain the best seats available you should arrive as early as possible. Many shows sell out, so it takes time to get everyone in efficiently and safely. Once in the Hall of Arms, there are plenty of activities and festivities to enjoy: visit the extensive gift shop, full-service bar, museum of torture and observe the master falconer and his birds of prey up close. Knighting ceremonies are also performed pre-show.

Is it true that we must eat with our hands?
Absolutely! Eating utensils were not used in the 11th-century and we take you back! The Queen's feast includes garlic bread, tomato bisque soup, roasted chicken, sweet buttered corn, herb-basted potato, dessert of the Castle and beverages.

What is the dress code?
The dress is casual.

What is the policy for lap children under 3 years old?
Children under the age of 3 are admitted free as long as they sit on adults' laps and eat from their plate. If you prefer the child to have his or her own seat and meal then the child rate would apply.