This family-entertainment spectacle, a branch with about a half-dozen equivalent shows scattered in family-friendly corners throughout the U.S., provides a sanitized look at the Middle Ages in a 1,300-seat arena. Before going into the arena, guests inspect the Hall of Banners & Flags and a Museum of Torture. Falconry, sorcery, and swordplay, along with some horsemen who are "gallant knights," add to guests' amusement. Guests consume a four-course banquet (without utensils) while watching the show. The highlight of the evening is a joust.
- © Frommer's 2013
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