Making the Show: The Queen
For the first time in Medieval Times’ 37 year history, the Queen is the sole ruler of the realm! Meet the first woman to take on that role in show history and see her preparations for an inspiring and powerful performance.
A Safe and Fun Night Out
Take a look at some of the health and safety enhancements you’ll see at your next visit to the castle. We’ve created a safe environment that allows extra elbow room for rigorous cheering and loads of fun!
The Life of a Horse
Purebred Andalusian horses are the true stars of the Medieval Times show. See their life on the ranch, witness the strong bonds between horse and performer, and hear from the perspective of a team member how anyone who spends time at Chapel Creek Ranch always “succumbs to the majesty of this breed.”
Becoming a Knight
Take a look at the uplifting and challenging training journey taken by a select group of young men to master the unique combination of strength, horsemanship, and fight choreography that it takes to become Knights.
Chapel Creek Horse Ranch
Medieval Times is America’s largest breeder of purebred Andalusian Horses. Take a look behind the scenes at these noble, gentle animals, their beautiful home ranch in Texas, and their daily training routine.
See how the Medieval Times team responded to the onset of the pandemic, using their unique resources, energy and dedicated team to produce and distribute safety materials for frontline workers.
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Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament was founded in 1977 in Spain, based on authentic Medieval history and the true story of a noble family with documentation dating back to the 11th Century. The first U.S. castle opened in 1983, and the concept has grown into the most popular dinner attraction in North America, with locations in Atlanta, Baltimore, Buena Park, Calif., Chicago, Dallas, Lyndhurst, N.J., Myrtle Beach, S.C., Orlando, Fla., Scottsdale and Toronto. Medieval Times also is one of the largest breeders of Pure Spanish horses in North America. The 241-acre ranch in Sanger, Texas, has been breeding these rare Andalusian horses since 1992. The horses, known for their glorious physique and noble temperament, are bred and trained for use at all of the Medieval Times dinner attractions.