Tips For Visiting Medieval Times and Discount Code!
By: Diane Sullivan
Posted: Feb 9th, 2017
Medieval Times Is Great For All Ages- Lyndhurst NJ Exclusive Savings Code
As you may already know we have a family of five. Within that family the ages vary greatly. Sometimes it is extremely difficult to find something we can attend where everyone is happy. There is one place our family has gone to for years. We have celebrated birthdays and anniversaries there, Father’s Day, Report Card day and just plain old family time together day. That place is Medieval Times in Lyndhurst, NJ! You can experience North America’s most popular dinner attraction. See the electrifying show featuring 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!
Our family was beyond thrilled to experience the Royalty Package for the first time ever. It was a bit different than the packages we had purchased before and well worth the upgrade if you are in the mood to splurge! This package is the top of the line VIP treatment! You will feel like a King for sure.
Royalty Package (over $40 retail value plus premium seating). Add this package for only $22 additional per person.
VIP First Row, All Section Seating,or Second Row in Center Section
Here are a few TIPS for when you visit Medieval Times!
Arrive early. The fun begins about an hour before your actual show time. There are plenty of things to do during that time including taking pictures with the King or Queen, watching a knighting celebration, grabbing some free or paid picture opps, enjoying a drink that you can easily bring inside and of course shopping!!
Dress up! I don’t mean in your Sunday best- you can dress your children up as knights or princesses. If you forget a cape or tiara don’t worry, they sell them right in the preshow area.
Check out the Knighting Ceremony if it’s a special day for someone in your family. My son was knighted a few years ago on his birthday. During this trip my daughter became a Lady of the Realm. This was totally unplanned but ended up being a great idea. Emm wanted a beautiful tiara. It cost $24.99 (a little steep in comparison to most items). When I went to pay the girl asked if I wanted the knighting ceremony. For less than ten dollars more Emily was given a memory that will last a life time. She was summoned by the King and Queen, became a Lady of the Realm during the ceremony, was given a framed picture of the event and her name was announced during the show inside. WOW!! I was buying the tiara anyway! What a great deal and experience.
This is the menu—>> I always like to know what lies ahead, so check it out. Medieval Times’ noble guests feast on garlic bread, tomato bisque soup, roasted chicken, sweet buttered corn, herb-basted potatoes, pastry of the Castle, coffee and two rounds of select beverages. A full-service bar is also available for adult guests. Vegetarian meals are available upon request
The entire dinner is served without a fork, spoon or knife! They do provide moist clean up napkins! Personally, I think the entire eating the meal with your hands is fun but my little princess would sooner starve to death than touch chicken with her hands, so I do sneak in a plastic fork- Please DON’T Tell!!
You can ask for a togo box for leftovers! In the past I did not know that and left behind way too much food that could have been heated up later for another meal.
Let loose and enjoy! Cheer for your knight! Everyone is! You may even get one of the special flowers the knights toss out into the crowd. Emm has gotten one every single time we have visited Medieval Time!
You won’t go broke buying some souvenirs. We grabbed some Medieval Times tee shirts at 2 for $20, little picture frames for $2, matching mommy and me leather bracelets for $7 each and a few other items that were just normal prices. It’s something I have to commend Medieval Times on.
If you are a teacher there are special preview nights for you and a guest! It’s a great place for a class trip!
Disclosure: Diane Sullivan is a Medieval Times Partner Blog. All opinions are that of Diane and do not reflect the opinions of the parent company represented. Our family was extended a VIP invitation by Medieval Times in conjunction with USFG. Special thanks to both. We absolutely loved the experience! No compensation was given for this post. Contact me at Diane@3decades3kids.net and @3decades3kids across all social media networks. 3decades3kids.net Thank you Medieval Times Lyndhurst NJ! We cannot wait to visit again.