After our amazing behind the scenes tour concluded, we headed to the Hall of Arms to wait with the other guests for the show to begin. Before the show begins you can grab a drink from the bar, see the beautiful horses in the viewing area, purchase Medieval merchandise or for $2 tour the Museum of Torture.
During this visit our family was cheering on the Red Knight!!! Each guest is assigned one of six knights to rally on to victory. I love that the lights you sit under are the color of the knight that you'll be cheering for that evening.
The kids were so excited for the show to start and for our knight to make his appearance. I was excited to watch the horses perform and to know that those weapons were no joke! Medieval Times does an excellent job of creating an authentic ambiance that transports you back to when men were knights and crows rallied behind them.
It really does take your breath away when the knights all present themselves to the king and ride in on those amazing horses. It was so fun to watch the kids sweet anticipation for the red knight's arrival. The bill of fare is delicious! And yes, you eat with your hands! Both of my kids think it is so cool to eat a baby dragon with their hands. Just kidding! It's chicken, but our fun waiter (or serf) told the kids that baby dragon had been prepared just for them. My favorite part is the spare rib and garlic bread. We want to thank Medieval Times Buena Park for this amazing experience! We loved the opportunity to meet the horses and watching the knights practice.