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MEDIEVAL TIMES!

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Published on Aug 5, 2011

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We had the chance to visit Medieval Times to check out their new experience, Train to be a Knight. In Train to be a Knight (free with a paid admission), kids ages 5-12 have the opportunity to get down in the field of the Medieval Times arena and learn how to be a knight from real Medieval Times knights! It was a really cool experience and as you'll see in the video, a little intimidating for the little kids. Nonetheless, they had a great time and are begging to go back.

About Us: As all good stories start, once upon a time there was a prince and a princess... okay, maybe not! We are NOT the typical family of four!  We have a fun, crazy and funny life full of adventure.  We live and play in the most popular tourism destination in the world, Florida, right down the road from Mickey Mouse and Harry Potter!  We homeschool our kids and own a travel business that allows us a lot of exciting opportunities like skydiving with iFLY, zip lining with Forever Florida or a photo shoot on a Disney Cruise. We have lots of amazing adventures and travel in Florida and beyond, and we do travel reviews, travel tips, travel products, homeschool tips, and lots more – we are always visiting and exploring new locations and products – stuff like Columbia, REI, Coleman, Camelbak, Walmart, Target, Lego, Disney, Universal, etc. We post a new video every day!

Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament is a family dinner theater featuring staged medieval-style games, sword-fighting, and jousting performed by a cast of 75 actors and 20 horses. Each location is housed in a replica 11th-century castle. The chain is located in Buena Park, California; Dallas, Texas; Chicago, Illinois; Lyndhurst, New Jersey; Baltimore, Maryland; Myrtle Beach, South Carolina; Atlanta, Georgia; Kissimmee, Florida and Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Medieval Times Entertainment, the holding company for the nine theaters, is headquartered in Irving, Texas. The chain was featured in Jim Carrey's 1996 film The Cable Guy, as well as episodes of Cake Boss and Hell's Kitchen.


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