Giveaway: 12 Days of Christmas at Medieval Times Dinner Show in Atlanta

This Christmas, experience North America’s most popular dinner attraction, Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament. This is live audience participation on a whole new level.  They really put on a grand show with live jousting, a battle of six knights, very real battle, very beautiful horses in full character and a live flight of the royal falcon. My family and I typically go at least three or four times in a year and it is always a treat. I received complimentary tickets for promotion of this event, but all opinions are my own.

We are so thrilled to share all the fun and exciting things going on at the castle this month!

Father Christmas will be joining the castle for all Saturday and Sunday shows leading up to and including Christmas Eve! He will meet and greet with guests and have candy canes for everyone to enjoy. Guests will also be able to get their photo taken with him if they like (and those will be available for purchase at the photo desk).

Father Christmas at Medieval Times

Junior Knight Training will be offered for select shows in December. Kids ages 5-12 can get in the sand with our knights and learn first-hand some of the sword fighting techniques the knights use during the tournament! (Training is free with each child admission)

They have a special Christmas Eve Story Time event at the castle on Dec. 24th . Following the show, gather around the fireplace for cookies, hot cocoa, and a reading of The Night Before Christmas! Kids can wear pajamas and bring their favorite blanket.

Also just for that event they are offering a family 4-pack admission for $135 (savings of up to $21 per person) with code EVE17. Admission includes two-hour tournament, four-course feast and post-show festivities.

Yellow Knight Medieval Times

Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament feature heroic knights on magnificent horses displaying the astounding athletic feats and thrilling swordplay that have become hallmarks of this unique entertainment experience. Enjoy a “hands-on” feast as the dynamic performance unfolds before you. A sweeping musical score and brilliant lights provide a fabulous backdrop for this spellbinding experience that blurs the boundary between fairy tale and spectacle!


Audiences of all ages gather to cheer for their knight! Medieval Times is the perfect place for any occasion: family fun night, birthdays, anniversaries, graduations, date night, and more!

Medieval Times Discount:

And finally, they have a special offer just for my readers:
Adults $35.95, Kids $30.95 with code SILENTKNIGHTS (Valid for shows through January 15th, 2018).


There are nine North Amerian locations for Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament.

  • Orlando, Florida
  • Buena Park, California
  • Chicago, Illinois
  • Dallas, Texas
  • Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
  • Lyndhurst, NJ
  • Baltimore, Maryland
  • Atlanta, Georgia

Fun Facts:

  • All Knights begin their training as Squires – just as they did in the Middle Ages – learning horse care, sword fighting, and weaponry. It takes a minimum of six months of training to become a Knight.
  • Knights perform with real metal weapons and wear authentic armor. During battle scenes, real titanium swords create sparks.
  • Every shield must be repainted after every show.
  • When jousting, the Knights charge at speeds of approximately 15 to 20 miles per hour and reach an impact velocity speed of about 30 to 40 miles per hour.
  • Each year, 25 foals are born at Chapel Creek Ranch, where they spend two years training.

Southern Family Fun has a Family Pack of 4 Tickets to giveaway for regular admission for the Atlanta, Georgia location.  Please enter view Rafflecopter below.
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You have until December 17 2017 at 12:00 am to enter this contest. For your convenience, we have set up Rafflecopter to help us manage the whole process smoothly.  To be eligible for this giveaway you must be a subscriber to Southern Family Fun newsletter. Must live within 150 miles of Medieval Times Dinner Show Lawrenceville location and be 18 years of age to enter. Good luck!

Have you ever experienced Medieval Times Dinner Show yet?


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Winona is the author of Southern Family Lifestyle, a national blog focusing on food, family and travel. Her site was nominated this year as the Top 10 Parenting blogs in Atlanta according to In her spare time, she loves to travel with her family and cook. Winona and her husband have four children and five grandchildren living in the suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia.


  1. Riley Borgia says:
    Once, about 4 years ago. It fueled my daughter's love for horses!
    I have but it was a long time ago.
  3. I did when I was visiting now I wanna take my whole family!
  4. aSprinkling says:
    We have not been to Medieval Times.
  5. Jayme Bruce says:
    We have never been but would love to experience the show! It's just never been in our budget but looks so fun!
  6. This venue is the perfect place for family get together.
  7. I've lived in GA most of my life but never been! I'd love to take my two year old son?
  8. This looks like it would be so much fun for my children!!
  9. Took my kids once several years ago, Andy hey have wanted to go back ever since! :)
  10. Lindsey Upchurch says:
    Have never been but hear great things! Love your blog, looking forward to reading more:-)
  11. Jennifer Hall says:
    I have been twice. The last time was 9 years ago.
  12. I went for my sister's birthday once! It was awesome!!
  13. Chantal Newsome says:
    My son would love this!
  14. Tonya parks says:
    Never been looks super fun
  15. This looks like a ton of fun!
  16. I have been to Atlanta Medieval Times! Always a treat!
  17. Cassandra says:
    Ashton's been with friends and had a blast! Would love to take all my kiddos to experience.
  18. Jennifer Collins says:
    So fun! My husband and I have been. We would love to take the kids!
  19. Given my sons' love of the Ren Fest, I suspect he'd enjoy this enormously.
  20. My husband is such a big fan of the Medieval Times, but I have never been. This is a great opportunity!
  21. I went once in Orlando as a teen, and I actually like it better than Disney (I know! Sacrilege!)
  22. Drew Cohen says:
    Haven't been, but my 5yo loves the jousting at the renaissance fest
  23. Margie Papetti says:
    We live in Atlanta but we have never brought the kids there! Would love to win some tickets!
  24. Tammy Woodall says:
    I went with my brother and his family many years ago and it was great.

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