Why You Need to Visit Medieval Times in Myrtle Beach

Travel through time to a forgotten age at Medieval Times in Myrtle Beach, SC! This family-friendly dinner attraction is inspired by an 11th-century feast and tournament. Guests can expect almost two hours of jousting, horsemanship, and falconry as part of an exciting story set in Medieval Spain. A sweeping musical score and brilliant lights provide a fabulous backdrop for this spellbinding experience. Whether it’s a casual date night or dinner with the family, a trip to Medieval Times is a must! Here are some of the things you’ll see there.
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Spend an Evening at Medieval Times in Myrtle Beach

Tournament

From horseback riding to sword fighting, you can expect plenty of action at Medieval Times.The show opens with the narration of the horse, followed by an Andalusian stallion running in the arena. Next, a light show divides the West side from the East side. Six colors represent a different city in the kingdom, and Lord Chancellor introduces the Knights of the Realm and gives a back story to each color’s section. Be sure to cheer for your knight!
Next, knights on horseback compete at games like flag passing and javelin tossing. They also joust and fight. The winner of the final match is named champion of the tournament and chooses one of the ladies from the audience to be the Queen of Love and Beauty.

Dining

King Don Carlos welcomes you to dine with him and his royal court! Always a generous host, the King has commanded his royal chefs to cook his favorite meal just for you. The four-course, utensil-free feast comes with garlic bread, tomato bisque soup, roasted chicken, sweet buttered corn, herb-basted potatoes, and dessert. Vegetarian meals are also available upon request. Cocktail servers will be making rounds and are happy to deliver beer, wine, and spirits from the bar.

Other Things to Do & See

In addition to an excellent show, Medieval Times features a dance floor, medieval torture museum, and a Hall of Arms displaying medieval artifacts. Be sure to stop by before you leave!

Arrival & Ticketing

Medieval Times in Myrtle Beach offers three ticket packages for guests: the King’s Royalty Package, Royalty Package, and Celebration Package. The Castle opens 75 minutes prior to showtime and free parking is available onsite. Check their website for promotions and coupons.

Book Your Stay with Seaside Vacations

After a wonderful experience at Medieval Times, head back to one of our North Myrtle Beach vacation rentals and relax! Our homes have everything you need for a memorable getaway, including comfortable guest rooms, spacious living areas, and gorgeous views. And they’re just a short drive from all of the best attractions in town! Visit our properties page to see what’s available and book your stay today. We can’t wait to hear about your medieval adventure!

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