Holiday Savings at Medieval Times Baltimore #sponsored

I will receive tickets to a show at Medieval Times for sharing with my readers.  All opinions are my own.

Are you looking for something fun to do with the family over the holidays?  Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament Baltimore (located at Arundel Mills in Hanover, MD) has some great holiday specials for you to take advantage of.  

We've been to several shows at the castle and had a blast.  You can find out more about the show at {Medieval Times Baltimore} Time to Get Medieval.

Holiday Savings:

December 24th & 25th (up til Dec. 31st)
All adults are $34.95 and kids $29.95 with code HOLWEB13 (upgrade packages additional & not valid with any other offers).

You can also celebrate your birthday FREE with the purchase of one full price adult admission with code BFJT (valid during birthday month and proof of birthday).

New Year's Specials:

Want to ring in 2014 with the munchkins but don't want to be out late?  Check out the 3:30 PM show with great family entertainment geared towards the kids!

Medieval Times BaltimoreNew Year's Eve Tues. Dec. 31st 3:30 PM

Adults: $39.95
Children: $29.95 (12 and under)
(Discount Code 35NYE)
 Admission Includes:
  • Free Knight Training
  • Free Face Painting
  • Free Action Poster
  • Four Course Meal
  • 2 Hour Live Tournament
  • Story Time with Princess
  • Free Activity Book

Or if you're up for some late night fun, check out the 9:30 PM show.  Great for a romantic date night or hanging out with your teens!

New Year's Eve Tues. Dec 31st 9:30 PM

Adults: $69.95
Children: $35.95 (12 and under)

Admission Includes:
  • Hors D'oeuvres
  • Admission to Museum of Torture
  • Two Hour Live Tournament
  • Four Course Medieval Feast
  • Party Favors
  • DJ & Dancing
  • Champagne Toast at Midnight (guests over 21, non-alcoholic drink for those under 21)
  • Midnight Countdown with Balloon Drop
  • Continental Breakfast

Connect with Medieval Times:
Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament-Maryland Facebook

1 comment on "Holiday Savings at Medieval Times Baltimore #sponsored "
  1. I want to take my kids to this ( the one in Vegas) but I am not sure they would like it. I know I did when I was growing up. I think I even had a friend who worked at one once. Happy Holidays.


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