Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament Chicago in Schaumburg, IL
Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament Chicago/Schaumburg Castle • 2001 N. Roselle Rd • Schaumburg, IL 60195View on Map
One of the country’s longest-running dinner attractions, Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament Illinois, offers a fun and exciting way to enjoy a feast with family or friends. Guests can enjoy a banquet-style four-course feast (without silverware) while watching six brave knights compete in skill games atop their beautiful Andalusian stallions.
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Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament is located at 2001 N Roselle Rd, Schaumburg, IL 60195. Nestled in the city of Schaumburg, the Illinois Castle is hard to miss. Conveniently located off I90, the Castle is a straight and easy drive from downtown Chicago.What is Medieval Times?
Medieval Times offers a boisterous, family-friendly experience inspired by an 11th-century feast and tournament. You’ll be served a 4-course banquet as you cheer for one of six knights competing in the joust and other tests of skill.What should be expected at a Medieval Times Chicago performance?
Prepare for 2 hours of adventure set in Medieval Spain. Highly trained knights will joust and show off their swordsmanship in hand-to-hand combat, along with displays of horsemanship and majestic falconry.How early should I arrive at Medieval Times?
The Castle doors will open 60 minutes prior to the showtime printed on your tickets. Many shows sell out, so it takes time to get everyone in efficiently and safely. Please Note: During the tournament, you will be seated only with guests booked under the same reservation. Groups booked under different reservations will be seated 1 seat between each group to maintain social distancing.Is the show appropriate for all ages?
It is! Children under the age of 3 are admitted free as long as they sit on adults’ laps and eat from their plate. If you prefer the child to have his or her own seat and meal then the child rate would apply.Is it true that we must eat with our hands?
Absolutely! Eating utensils were not used in the 11th century and the Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament takes you back! Please note: disposable silverware is available upon request.What is the dress code at Medieval Times?
The dress is casual.Are visitors allowed to meet and greet the performers at the Chicago Medieval Times?
Yes. Performers are available for pictures and autographs after the show in the Hall of Arms. Please note cast interactions are not guaranteed.Are cameras, audio, or video recording allowed at the show?
Yes. Guests are welcome to take non-flash photos and videos and can share their Castle experiences online.How long is Medieval Times show in Chicago/Schaumburg?
The show is approximately two hours long.Is the show accessible to those with disabilities?
Yes. For accessible seating, please make a note in the "Have Special Needs" section when making your reservation.Will strobe lights be used in the show?
Yes, the show uses stroboscopic effects.