The Catalog Connection

The Catalog Connection

American Girl

American Girl
tv talk show host


Home
Sponsors
Happy Holidays
Win Free Prizes
Become a Sponsor
Search Site



Comcast Television
Channel
578
Throughout Dade and Broward Counties

7 Days a Week Throughout the Day

With
Cookie Freund
TV Talk Show Host

Call:
(954) 432-1234
american girl

MEDIEVAL TIMES

Haier

Visit Site: Medieval Times - Kissimmee, FL Castle



About the Business

Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament in Kissimmee announced, in January 2006, that it would be making major changes with a multi-million dollar renovation to the original castle in Kissimmee, Florida.  The castle was first opened in December 1983 and was the first venue for Medieval Entertainment, Inc. which now operates nine castles across North America.

In early April 2006 the first phase of construction was completed.  This phase included a new courtyard and a 38 foot video display sign at the entrance to the property.  Late July saw the second phase completed which was in the main waiting area.  The King’s Hall was opened which has expanded the waiting area by close to 4,000 square feet.

Starting in December guests were welcomed into the castle through the new ticketing building complete with a new drawbridge and moat.  To light the way, seven foot gas torches have been added to the front of the towers of the castle.  The back of the house was not forgotten during all the renovations.  A completely new “state of the art” kitchen started serving dinner in late November.

The last phase of the project completed in April 2007 and directs guests into the ceremonial arena for the dinner & show from the lower level.


STANDARD MENU

Garlic Bread
Bowl of Soup
Roasted Chicken / Spare Rib
Herb Basted Potato
Pastry of the Castle
Beer, Soft Drinks, Ice Tea, Coffee

VEGETARIAN MEAL

Garlic Bread
Bowl of Soup
Vegetable Lasagna
Assortment of Steamed Vegetables
Seasoned Rice
Pastry of the Castle
Beer, Soft Drinks, Ice Tea, Coffee

(Vegetarian meals need to be ordered in advance)


Powerful tales of courage, chivalry and love become stronger through the test of time.  The legend of a kingdom threatened by treachery but ultimately strengthened by courage thunders into the Grand Ceremonial Arena at Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament.

While the show has all the lance-splintering action and glorious pageantry guests look forward to, a Princess’s love for a handsome, gallant knight – and a riveting confrontation between a turncoat warrior and a surprise defender of the crown.

The show marks the debut of an exquisite coal-black Friesian stallion.  With bloodlines traced back to Northern Europe in 500 A.D., the breed was valued by Knights for its ability to carry great weight while maintaining agility and quickness in battle.  The horse is a dramatic contrast to the snowy Andalusian stallions ridden by most of the characters performing nightly in the 1,1200-seat arena.

The story begins with the battle-weary King and his stalwart Marshal and Knights returning to the Castle after a fierce clash with an invading army.  The attackers have been defeated, but the King’s brother paid for the victory with his life.  The King calls for a grand tournament to determine the realm’s new champion.  As a medieval feast is served up to hungry guests, the Knights spar in tournament games and jousts.  Hanging over the lavish spectacle is an ominous warning from the royal soothsayer – the restless spirit of the slain Prince will not know peace until his treacherous murder is avenged.

As the plot unfolds with shocking twists and turns, truth, honor and love eventually triumph over evil, and peace is restored to the kingdom.  An unexpected event in the final minutes of the show rocks the crowd, and brings them to their feet in a deafening wave of thunderous cheers.

Highlights of the show include an original music score recorded by the world-renowned Prague Symphony Orchestra, exquisite period costuming and mood-enhancing special effects.

Medieval Times - Kissimmee, Florida Castle
4510 W. Irlo Bronson Hwy.
Kissimmee, FL

1-888-935-6878
http://www.medievaltimes.com/home.aspx

American Girl | American Residential Warranty | Anne's Dumplings | Arabian Nights | Aunt Nancy's Cheesecake | Blue Sky Landscaping | Boggy Creek Airboat Rides | Carly's Sugar Free Candy | Chewys Rugulach | Colonial Kithen Coffee | Destination Blue Sky | Dixie Diner | Donny's Auto Body | Good 2 Go | Hernando Fine Foods | Historic Bok Sanctuary | Hobby Line Web Design | Hotel Caravelle - St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands | Jacobsen Danish Bakery | Joyva Halva | Liquidation Channel | Mai Kai | Meal Mart | Medieval Times | Mon Cuisine | Niccoli's Italian Deli | Nosh Fest 2014 | Orange County History Center | Otterbox | Paula Young Wigs | Pirate's Dinner Adventure | Pollo Tropical | Rao's Gift Baskets | Temple Beth Emet | The Lemon Tree Inn | The Pembroke Pines Theatre of the Performing Arts | Tower Isles Jamaican Patties | Yellow Mountain Imports

Catalog Connection Television Show

Valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional


Click to see a short video of the show
Copyright 2005-2016 catalogconnection.com
Web Designed and Maintained by:
The Hobby Line! Internet


Sitemap