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Hollis, New Hampshire
August 18, 2007
From journal Myrtle Beach at Quiet Time
January 18, 2007
From journal Spring Break in Myrtle Beach
August 15, 2006
They have a HUGE bar (two of them); drinks are expensive, though, especially if you want to buy their special cup. The show is about a little over than an hour. They have vegetarian food, which is somewhat limited. They apparently couldn't make a vegetarian soup. Kiddies are free if under 3, and they sit on your lap. They'll give the kid separate sitting (booster chair), but won't give 'em food.
The horse show is great and unique. I wish it had a person riding two horses at the same time, which the Dixie Stampede had. The battle and the plot are very interesting. The audience is involved with the show, and it's not as boring as Dixie Stampede.
From journal Myrtle Beach 2006
May 4, 2005
Once you are seated in the arena, dinner is served. The waiters, called "wenches," are there for your every need. The food is delicious. I was very shocked, because usually the food is only okay at these dinner shows, but Medieval Times offers both great food and a great show. The costumes that the cast, including the horses, wears are very authentic looking like they came from the time period they are portraying. The tournament itself is action-packed. I find myself seating on the edge of my chair, loudly and passionately cheering for my knight and completely forgetting to eat my dinner! This is a must-see show for people of every age.
From journal Spring Trip to Myrtle Beach
January 23, 2004
From journal March Break in Myrtle Beach
June 2, 2003
Performance times may vary - daily at 6pm September - May, at 6:30 rest of year. Cards=AX,CB,DS,MC,VI. $36.95, ages 3-12 $19.95. All ages will enjoy a feast fit for a king as knights take you back to the time of honor, romance and bravery known as medieval times whilest you enjoy dinner watching the tournament. (Please check out this information from an AAA tourbook, like I did.)
From journal Myrtle Beach Christmas/New Years
April 8, 2003
Performances daily at 6pm September - May, 6:30pm rest of the year. 843/236-8080 or 800/436-4386.
From journal Good Times at North Myrtle Beach SC