Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament in Schaumburg, Ilinois is the largest of all the castles at 85,000 square feet. Built in 1991, it has 1,430 permanent seats and is open year round.
The exhilarating combination of fun, feasting and fighting that captured the enthusiasm of guests when the first Castle opened its gates in Spain in 1973 is just as popular today.
The journey back to the 11th century begins as visitors are greeted by King Alfonso and his daughter, Princess Esperanza. Guests receive a colored crown corresponding to their seating area and the Knight they will cheer throughout the show. The Master of Ceremonies soon orders the Trumpeters of the Realm to announce the opening of the Grand Ceremonial Arena. Guests proceed to their color-coded pavilion as the sumptuous feast begins.
While the sumptuous feast is being served, the legend of a kingdom threatened by treachery but intimately strengthened by courage unfolds in the Grand Ceremonial Arena.
The show has all the lance-splintering action and glorious pageantry guests look forward to with a whole new element - a Princess's love for a handsome, gallant Knight - and a riveting confrontation between a turncoat warrior and a surprise defender of the crown.
Hours: Wed, Thurs, Fri, 7:30pm. Saturday, 7pm. Sunday, 4pm. Closed major holidays
Address: 2001 N. Roselle Rd., Interstate 90 and Roselle Rd.
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Wheelchair Accessible Facility
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