Atlanta Medieval Times Dinner and Show

Atlanta Medieval Times Dinner and Show

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I have had the Medieval Times dinner and show on my bucket list for the longest time. So for my vacation I finally went to the one in Georgia. It is connected the Sugar Mills Mall. The mall is huge and pretty cool.

The Medieval Times has souvenirs and you can become a VIP. VIP tickets get to do different things. I think some people even got to come out during the show and hold flags. I was supper jealous.

If you attend this show, something I noticed was a couple of the horses foaming/salivating. I did my own research and this is normal.You can check this website and this website as well. I wanted to make sure that something fishy wasn’t going on. I am always concerned about the well being of animals. They are perfectly fine and if you see this, it is normal. I hope you enjoy my pictures and video! This is a show and dinner! I was very excited about the food, and I loved our wench!

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Outside of the “castle”. To the left is the mall. It is inside the mall and that is how you make your way into the Show.
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Souvenirs.
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The doors you enter to go into the show.
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Where the do some of the “knighting”. A little show before the big show. This involved some of the VIP’s.
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I can’t remember his name, but this is where he announced for all of the colored cards to go in. Those are your tickets and how you are seated at your table.
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Setup before the food.
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Tomato soup was so good!
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I already dug in before I took a picture.
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Pano before the show.
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Show time!
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The falcon is one of the coolest part of the show. Make sure to watch my video so you can see it in action!
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Show time!
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Something I want to learn to do when I am out traveling is not take pictures constantly. I just want to be able to enjoy where I am!
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This was our knight! I am still salty I didn’t receive a rose!
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It was all over a good time. I was worried about the horses which kind of made me not enjoy the show, but after some research I learned this is normal for them and actually healthy!

I hope you enjoyed my pictures and the video! I am pretty sure I had the best wench. I didn’t catch her name though. Are you thinking of going here to watch the show and eat??

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