After two years in the making the Atlanta castle of the Medieval Times has a new show and my family and I were able to attend it’s launch. As we approached and entered the castle we were greeted by knights, Devin was in awe of the beautiful structure and couldn’t wait to see what was inside.
As we entered the castle it was like we stepped into antiquity. We were met by the beautiful sound of trumpeters celebrating the knighting of youngsters and there were townsmen crowded all around.
Although I never considered coming here before I could tell by the grand entrance this would be an event to remember.
We were given color coded crowns and flags and sat in a section that matched our crowns. We were encouraged to cheer for the knight in costume that matched to our color.
We felt quite barbaric as we at our entire meal with our bare hands. These were not finger foods either, we ate a half roasted chicken, spare ribs, herb potato, apple turnover and even slurped tomato puree soup out of a tin bowl.
The show was full of action and so dramatic, and the knights showed great skill as they battled. It was so intense we were sitting on the edge of our seats as we shouted and cheered. Our sectioned cheered loudly as our knight won the battle, a great time was had by all.
The horses were truly regal as they pranced, trotted and galloped through the arena. They were really beautiful.
This was a one-of-a-kind experience and we can’t wait to go back. You truly get into the times when you are there almost as if you are in character. If your child is anything like mine, full of imagination and loves to dress up, then he probably left with a sword and a shield of his very own.
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