My family has visited the Toronto location of Medieval Times twice before, and each time was a wonderful experience. It’s a unique, interactive dining and theatrical experience that is suitable for all ages – something that isn’t as easy to come by as it might seem.
The successful combination of theatre, action, equestrian performances in a live 1,300 seat theatre along with a basic, yet highly memorable and unique dining experience are likely a large part of the reason why Medieval Times and their nine North American locations have welcomed more than 60 Million guests since first opening in 1983.
If you aren’t quite sure what Medieval Times is about, check out the video review I prepared last year during a visit, which includes behind the scenes footage as well as interviews with cast members. (But don’t forget to read on afterwards as there are details about special pricing to be found.)
Now that you’ve seen the video, and you want to check it out for yourself, Medieval Times is offering a deal in time for March Break.
For the entire months of March & April, all seats for Medieval Times at any of their locations can be purchased for $35.* To get these prices simply visit THIS SPECIAL LINK which will direct you to their website and their promotional page for this offer. You will also need to enter the code “SBFANS” in order to secure the pricing. This price equates to as much as half off regular pricing so the value proposition for this offer is indeed high!
For those wishing to attend the Toronto location during March Break, there is an additional experiential opportunity for kids that isn’t to be missed. From March 13-17 prior to each matinee performance, Medieval Times Toronto will be hosting a Junior Knight Training. It’s available to kids 5-12 and takes place on the theatre surface. Kids will learn the finer points of Knighthood from actual performing Knights and members of the Cast. It’s limited to the first 100 kids per show, but the best part is that it’s absolutely free!
So take advantage of these special savings and plan for a spring family adventure to Medieval Times!