Knight Training is Back at Medieval Times For Two Shows Only
My family and I are big fans of Medieval Times, we always enjoy our experience when we visit the local Baltimore Castle, and if you’re kids are fans they’re in for a treat. Knight Training is back at Medieval Times for two shows only. If a trip to the castle was in your summer plans, now is a great time to visit. Medieval Times is hosting junior knight training on July 24 and July 31 for the first 80 children to arrive. They will be taught multiple moves and techniques that the knights’ use in the show by the Medieval Times knights themselves.
Medieval Times is a family and dinner tournament inside the walls of the king’s 11th century-style castle. Six armor-clad knights on noble horses seek the title of champion amongst the heart-pounding combat. Each location offers a dinner fit to feed royalty, including oven-roasted chicken, sweet buttered corn, tomato bisque soup and garlic bread.
Medieval Times will be hosting an incredible opportunity for children to live out their dreams of becoming a knight for a day. Children between the ages of 5 and 12 are able to participate in junior knight training, instructed by Medieval Times knights themselves. The first 80 boys and girls to arrive will be taught multiple moves and techniques the knights use every day in the show.
WHEN: Sunday, July 24, 2016 & Sunday, July 31, 2016
3:30 – Doors open
4:00 – Training begins (first come, first served to 80 kids)
To learn more and purchase tickets for a show visit Medieval Times online today.