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What immediately comes to one"s mind when they come across the words " Medieval Times" is the 11th century stone castles with huge courtyards, lavish ten-course meals by the equally lavishly dressed up royalty, sword fights and knights and the dark deep royal colors of red, purple and gold.

One immediately longs to be able to view all these with all their grandeur and grace. What if I tell you can? Thanks to the Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament chain of dinner theatres, one is immediately transported back in time (surprisingly without a time machine) as soon as one step into one of their nine restaurants in North America.

Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament is a chain of dinner theaters that host royal feasts and tournaments featuring medieval games, sword-fighting and jousting. Its distinguishing feature is its castles. Each of the nine North American locations is housed in an 11th-century-style castle.

The company is privately held and headquartered in Irving, Texas. Medieval Times is celebrating its 25th year in North America. However, its inception can be traced back into Spain. The creators foresaw the idea of a feast in the medieval settings.

Consequently, the inimitable idea for an 11th century-style dinner attraction was first launched on the Spanish island of Majorca in 1973. This ingenious new leisure spot had its roots in the true medieval tradition of royal families inviting guests to a festival and feast to watch knights compete on horseback.

The Medieval Times initially rose to glory in Spain through the show's authentic display of classic equestrian skills and medieval pageantry. Initially, the shows were organized in outdoor arenas. Guests were seated in sections named for regions of Medieval Spain and encouraged to cheer for the Knight representing their region.

There, the conventions of today's shows were established. At that time, no one could have imagined that these little spectacles would turn into something of as great a grandeur. Today, the shows are held in climate-controlled castles in nine states of North America.

The Medieval times road to success has been short and steep. Ten short years after opening the castle in Spain, Medieval Times ventured overseas and into North America with its Kissimmee, Florida, castle. The reception was immediate and awesome.

Following the resonant success of the Florida Castle, plans were immediately developed to expand the company on this new continent. Nine castles now exist across North America to entertain, delight and amaze. Following is a list of all the castles along with the years they were established.
?1983 - Kissimmee, Florida (near Orlando) ?1986 - Buena Park, California ?1990 - Lyndhurst, New Jersey (near New York City) ?1991 - Schaumburg, Illinois (near Chicago) ?1992 - Dallas, Texas ?1993 - Toronto, Ontario, Canada ?1995 - Myrtle Beach, South Carolina ?2004 - Hanover, Maryland (near Baltimore and Washington, D.C.) ?2006 - Atlanta, Georgia

With the company"s growth and expansion has come growth in popularity. Over the years the Company has stuck to its claim to fame - its traditions -- like commitment to the accuracy of weapons and costumes. However, the characters and storyline of the show are recreated every few years; thereby maintaining interest and keeping the experience fresh and exciting for generations to come.

As soon as guests step into one of the Medieval Times castle, they are transported back in time to the 11th century and are assigned to a knight and given a crown to wear that features the knight's color. Guests sit in the knight's section of the arena and proudly cheer in his honor.

The six brave knights one meets at Medieval Times are:The Black & White Knight: "Don Iofre Santa Creu is the defender of the ancient shrine at Santiago de Compostela. Adorned in Black & White, he is mightiest in skill among an order of warrior priests whose arrival upon the field brings despair to the impure of heart. In prayer, humble. In service, loyal; in battle, invincible!"

The Blue Knight: "As a young squire, Don Alberto del Mau earned his place among the Knights of the Realm in a desperate battle. Renowned as a champion of the defenseless, the Blue Knight's blood will not be cooled, nor his vengeance postponed, for those who bring war and unquiet to Valiente."

The Red & Yellow Knight: "Lord del Font is the personal champion to the Count of Perelada. The sword of this invincible soldier has raised him to fame. Defeat and regret have been the reward of the countless challengers who have offered their honor and their shields to the point of the Red & Yellow Knight's lance."

The Yellow Knight: "In defense of Navarre, Don Eduardo del Rey is the rock. The Yellow Knight is well-versed in the arts of chivalry, yet in attack, he is the lion uncaged! Let the ring of steel herald his arrival and the smoke of battle linger in his wake, for a legend of the Realm walks among us."

The Red Knight: "Truest son of mighty Castilla, Baron Ruiz de Roig has been called the "lion's heart" in many a battle. Set him at liberty, and paralyze the enemy! With little pleasure will the ambitious look upon the banner of Castilla hanging in the list."

The Green Knight: "This warrior of Asturius is an unquestioned master of weapons. Don Temple has never been unhorsed in the joust. No mantle of peace or of serenity will ever grace his shoulders, for his temper is the dragon's claw."

Medieval Times Dinner & Tournaments periodically change their soundtrack. They have redone the soundtrack for 2007. However, it has not been opened for sale.

Medieval Times" new show features an original score by film composer Daniel May and recorded by the Czech Film Orchestra in July 2007, at Prague"s Rudolfinum Concert Hall. It is May"s second score for Medieval Times.

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Medieval Times Buena Park
What immediately comes to ones mind when they come across the words Medieval Times is the 11th century stone castles with huge courtyards, lavish ten-course meals by the equally lavishly dressed up royalty, sword fights and knights and the dark deep royal colors of red, purple and gold.

One immediately longs to be able to view all these with all their grandeur and grace. What if I tell you can? Thanks to the Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament chain of dinner theatres, one is immediately transported back in time (surprisingly without a time machine) as soon as one step into one of their nine restaurants in North America.

Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament is a chain of dinner theaters that host royal feasts and tournaments featuring medieval games, sword-fighting and jousting. Its distinguishing feature is its castles. Each of the nine North American locations is housed in an 11th-century-style castle.

The company is privately held and headquartered in Irving, Texas. Medieval Times is celebrating its 25th year in North America. However, its inception can be traced back into Spain. The creators foresaw the idea of a feast in the medieval settings.

Consequently, the inimitable idea for an 11th century-style dinner attraction was first launched on the Spanish island of Majorca in 1973. This ingenious new leisure spot had its roots in the true medieval tradition of royal families inviting guests to a festival and feast to watch knights compete on horseback.

The Medieval Times initially rose to glory in Spain through the show's authentic display of classic equestrian skills and medieval pageantry. Initially, the shows were organized in outdoor arenas. Guests were seated in sections named for regions of Medieval Spain and encouraged to cheer for the Knight representing their region.

There, the conventions of today's shows were established. At that time, no one could have imagined that these little spectacles would turn into something of as great a grandeur. Today, the shows are held in climate-controlled castles in nine states of North America.

The Medieval times road to success has been short and steep. Ten short years after opening the castle in Spain, Medieval Times ventured overseas and into North America with its Kissimmee, Florida, castle. The reception was immediate and awesome.

Following the resonant success of the Florida Castle, plans were immediately developed to expand the company on this new continent. Nine castles now exist across North America to entertain, delight and amaze. Following is a list of all the castles along with the years they were established.
? 1983 - Kissimmee, Florida (near Orlando) ? 1986 - Buena Park, California ? 1990 - Lyndhurst, New Jersey (near New York City) ? 1991 - Schaumburg, Illinois (near Chicago) ? 1992 - Dallas, Texas ? 1993 - Toronto, Ontario, Canada ? 1995 - Myrtle Beach, South Carolina ? 2004 - Hanover, Maryland (near Baltimore and Washington, D.C.) ? 2006 - Atlanta, Georgia

With the companys growth and expansion has come growth in popularity. Over the years the Company has stuck to its claim to fame - its traditions -- like commitment to the accuracy of weapons and costumes. However, the characters and storyline of the show are recreated every few years; thereby maintaining interest and keeping the experience fresh and exciting for generations to come.

As soon as guests step into one of the Medieval Times castle, they are transported back in time to the 11th century and are assigned to a knight and given a crown to wear that features the knight's color. Guests sit in the knight's section of the arena and proudly cheer in his honor.

The six brave knights one meets at Medieval Times are: The Black & White Knight: Don Iofre Santa Creu is the defender of the ancient shrine at Santiago de Compostela. Adorned in Black & White, he is mightiest in skill among an order of warrior priests whose arrival upon the field brings despair to the impure of heart. In prayer, humble. In service, loyal; in battle, invincible!

The Blue Knight: As a young squire, Don Alberto del Mau earned his place among the Knights of the Realm in a desperate battle. Renowned as a champion of the defenseless, the Blue Knight's blood will not be cooled, nor his vengeance postponed, for those who bring war and unquiet to Valiente.

The Red & Yellow Knight: Lord del Font is the personal champion to the Count of Perelada. The sword of this invincible soldier has raised him to fame. Defeat and regret have been the reward of the countless challengers who have offered their honor and their shields to the point of the Red & Yellow Knight's lance.

The Yellow Knight: In defense of Navarre, Don Eduardo del Rey is the rock. The Yellow Knight is well-versed in the arts of chivalry, yet in attack, he is the lion uncaged! Let the ring of steel herald his arrival and the smoke of battle linger in his wake, for a legend of the Realm walks among us.

The Red Knight: Truest son of mighty Castilla, Baron Ruiz de Roig has been called the lion's heart in many a battle. Set him at liberty, and paralyze the enemy! With little pleasure will the ambitious look upon the banner of Castilla hanging in the list.

The Green Knight: This warrior of Asturius is an unquestioned master of weapons. Don Temple has never been unhorsed in the joust. No mantle of peace or of serenity will ever grace his shoulders, for his temper is the dragon's claw.

Medieval Times Dinner & Tournaments periodically change their soundtrack. They have redone the soundtrack for 2007. However, it has not been opened for sale.

Medieval Times new show features an original score by film composer Daniel May and recorded by the Czech Film Orchestra in July 2007, at Pragues Rudolfinum Concert Hall. It is Mays second score for Medieval Times.

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