Three days gives you plenty of time to explore everything Dallas has to offer, plus venture farther afield to nearby Fort Worth for a completely different Texas experience. With three days to spend in the DFW area, here are some ideas for how to make the most of your time.
Medieval Times Dallas
Transport to a time of knights, kings, and queens at Medieval Times in Dallas, a unique dining and live-action experience that’s entertaining for the whole family. Enjoy a four-course feast included with your ticket while you watch sword fights, jousting from horseback, and even falcons in flight.
2021 North Stemmons Freeway, Dallas, Texas
Part of the nationally acclaimed dinner-theater company, the Dallas-based production of Medieval Times hosts guests inside a historical-looking castle. Dinner portions are large and include items such as roast chicken, tomato soup, garlic bread, baked potato, and dessert. Then prepare for some fun and audience participation as you cheer for your “home team,” which includes six knights on their two-hour epic battle quest and a supporting cast of live horses, serfs, and royalty.
Things to Know Before You Go
Save money on your Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament ticket by purchasing ahead of time.
Arrive early to get the best seats to view the action.
Meal selections are fixed, and there are no utensils. Vegetarian options are available.
This show is appropriate for all ages, including younger children.
How to Get There
Medieval Times Dallas is located at 2021 North Stemmons Freeway, in the Design District of Dallas, Texas. From DFW Airport, it’s an 18-minute drive southeast. Follow I-35E south to North Stemmons Freeway and free on-site parking. The nearest DART bus stop is I-35 at Oak Lawn.
When to Get There
Reserve your Medieval Times Dallas ticket in advance to ensure the time and date of your choice. The castle opens 75 minutes prior to the scheduled showtime, and it’s recommended that you arrive early so you have plenty of time to get a good seat and check out the additional features of the castle, as well as purchase souvenirs if you wish.
One of the additional “attractions” at Medieval Times Dallas that guests frequently talk about is the creepy medieval torture museum, available to tour for an additional fee. Here you can see some of the devices used for punishment during the 11th century. This may not be suitable for children.
Frequently Asked Questions
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