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Medieval Times Tournament and Dinner

Dates: Now - Apr. 21, 2018
Times: 3:00-7:30 p.m
Category: Other
Location: Medieval Times, 2001 N Roselle Rd , Schaumburg, IL 60195
Phone: +16308485000
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Trip departs from and returns to Warming House Parking Lot (736 Sindt Ct., Naperville, IL) Trip departs at 3:00 p.m. and returns at 7:30 p.m.

Medieval Times recreates an era when royalty gathered for tournaments and feasted while watching knights compete on horseback. Six armor-clad Knights on valiant horses seek the title of Champion amidst the clashing of lance and shield and heart-pounding combat. This dinner theatre experience takes you out of today's world and back to 11th century Spain. Dine on a four-course meal, served by serfs and wenches, while watching a two-hour live show including jousting, sword fighting, falconry and equestrian dressage. All of this is set within a story of bravery and chivalry. Feast includes tomato bisque soup, toasted garlic bread, oven-roasted half chicken, sweet buttered corn-on-the-cob, herb-basted potato, pastry and beverage. For the true experience, eat your entire meal without silverware, but it is available upon request. If dropping off a form, mark your choice of standard meal, vegetarian meal or gluten- free meal. See website for complete description of vegetarian meal. Price includes transportation, plated lunch and show.

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Cathedral Area Preservation Association of Joliet (CAPA)
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