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For 35 years, Medieval Times has entertained 69 million fans (and counting) with live jousting, sword fighting, falconry, horsemanship and, of course, a four-course feast for the ages. Resounding cheers have continually echoed through the arena as fans dine using their hands and proudly cheer for their knight while he battles for the glory of his kingdom. It is an epic tradition and unique experience that must be seen to believe.
Learn some secrets you may not know about the esteemed show!
The six knights who battle in the tournament are based on six real Spanish kingdoms: Did you know that there is a real history behind all the action? The six kingdoms you see in the show are based on real Spanish kingdoms from the Middle Ages!
Medieval Times breeds its beautiful Spanish Andalusian horses in North America: All horses at Medieval Times are born and raised at the beautiful 230-acre Chapel Creek Ranch in Sanger, Texas. Each year, 20 to 25 foals are born at the ranch, where they spend the first three years of their lives receiving basic training before moving to the castle to be the stars of the show!
For the first time in our 35-year history, a Queen rules the throne at Medieval Times: Her Majesty Doña Maria Isabella has taken the throne! The new show has a story that demonstrates the power of the new queen as she presides over a tournament of knights who gather in celebration to test their skills against one another in a series of games, jousting, and combat.
Stop by the castles’ mews to take a closer look at these majestic birds. The Royal Falconer greets guests in the Hall of Arms before the show begins and takes pride in talking to the queen’s guests about how the art of falconry predates the Middles Ages and has played an important role in the survival of both man and bird.