Every part of this show was an experience that everyone should get to experience at one point in their lives. Walking into the castle, I felt like I went back in time. The inside of the castle was decorated with Christmas decorations and it felt so inviting. Upon entrance, we were all handed a blue colored crown. This color represented which knight we would be cheering for that night.
As soon as we sat down, our server for the night arrived and got us pumped for the show. Our server, Amanda, brought us our food. Which was amazing, by the way! My husband still tells me that the chicken was the best he has ever had! Included with our meals was: Tomato Bisque Soup, Garlic Bread, Chicken, Corn on the Cob, and a Potato. For dessert, lemon pound cake! Our meals also came with 2 rounds of beverages. We were stuffed! We enjoyed eating with our hands. No utensils! The meal was so good, I dug right in and forgot to take a picture!
We got to see the Master Falconer named Lady Sonya. The beautiful falcon is named Lily. It was amazing to see how fast she flew around the Medieval Times arena. Lady Sonya sure is a master!
We all enjoyed watching the show. They played several games. We rooted for our Blue Knight as we ate our delicious meal. All-in-all, we had an awesome time! We were not disappointed.
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I received complimentary tickets to Medieval Times Baltimore in exchange for my honest review. Thank you US Family Guide and Medieval Times. We look forward to another visit soon!