With Spring Break almost here, we’re all rushing to figure out how to fill the time with our little ones. While some families love staying at home, there are just as many families who want out of the house! (I’m the one who always has to get out of the house.)
My family usually goes to Medieval Times about once a year but we haven’t in the last year because my son is still young but now that he’s 2, I’m hoping he’s old enough to sit through a show and enjoy the entertainment.
He’s not quite big enough yet, but Medieval Times is offering such a fun Junior Knights Training for Spring Break and I know your little ones will enjoy it!
JUNIOR KNIGHTS TRAINING:
This Spring Break bring your kids to train to become Knights of the realm at Medieval Times!
Children will enjoy: Watching an exclusive weapons demonstration by our Knights and Weapons Master, and learning about the grueling training it takes to become a Knight. Upon completion of their training your children will be knighted by her majesty Maria Isabella in a group knighting ceremony.
Knights Training is available Friday March 8th before the 6pm show and before all 2pm shows March 11 – 15. Admission is included with purchase of each child’s ticket. Children must be between the ages of 5 and 12 to participate. Space is limited and training is available on a first come first served basis. Training is open to both boys and girls. Closed toe shoes are required to participate.
Friday, March 8th
- Doors open: 4:00 pm
- Knight’s Training: 5:00 pm
- Show: 6:00 pm
Monday, March 11th – Friday, March 15th
- Doors open: 12:00 pm
- Knight’s Training: 1:00pm
- Show: 2:00pm
Medieval Times is running an awesome Spring Break special when you use code BLOG383 during checkout. When using the code, adults tickets reduce to $38.95 and kids/students reduce to $30.95!K
Must mention or enter code BLOG383 at time of purchase. Not valid with other discounts, offers or group rates. Restrictions may apply. Valid thru 4/30/19. Make your reservations by calling 1-888-935-6878 or visit medievaltimes.com