Tournament of Kings Dinner Show Vegas
Where is it at?
Tournament of Kings Dinner Show
3850 Las Vegas Boulevard South (Excaliber)
Tel: +1 702 597 7600
Where are we going today?
Within the bright lights of Vegas is a magical place perfect for the budding knights and maidens in your family. The Tournament of Kings dinner show at the Excalibur Hotel is a great family friendly option during your stay in Vegas. Adapted from the tale of the mighty King Arthur and his round table, this action packed live production is probably the last true dinner show in the city.
Taking your thrones in the impressive 900 seat “theater-in-the-round”, you will be drawn into a world of maidens, victory, knights, jousting, and treachery. The children will love seeing the colorful and realistic costumes on both the performers and the horses, the special effects and pyrotechnics will dazzle and impress, and the overall quality of the production won’t go un-noticed.
It really will keep you on the edge of your seats...sorry, thrones...until the very end. Will King Arthur get his maiden? Well, you will just have to go and watch! Tournament of Kings Dinner really will bring out the inner child in all the parents, and leave the kids feeling like they could take on any dragon filled world.
A hearty and delicious three course meal fit for a king is served in the true tradition and spirit of medieval times, and to really win your kids over they can eat with their fingers! (you too Mum and Dad!)
How much does it cost?
- AdultsSee Website
- ChildrenSee Website
- Free Under: 3
When can we go?
Mon 6pm,Tue closed, Wed 6pm,Thur - Sun 6pm/8.30pm
Open Wednesday through Monday.
There are two ticketing options when it comes to the food. If you purchase the General Admission ticket, this will allow you to indulge in the finger fun of the three course meal. If you purchase the Dinnerless Admission ticket, then make sure you grab something to eat before hand as there won’t be any refreshments available..
Full menu options can be seen on their website but for those health conscious knights they do offer a gluten free, vegetarian, vegan, dairy free, and nut allergy conscious menu options, and there are contact details at the bottom of the menu link with contact details should you need to discuss any additional requirements. You will be well looked after!.
Any Top Tips?
The show does feature horses, pyrotechnics and strobe lights and guests will be seated quite close to the action, so anyone sensitive to these should take extra care. Also, remember that you won’t be provided with utensils so you will get messy, so perhaps stash a few extra wipes in your bags!.
Need a little extra help?
Why of course kind sir! There is disability seating available in the arena, which can be accessed via the elevators nearby. .
Can I get one of those?
What Vegas dinner show would be complete without the option to take home a variety of fun souvenirs - shot glasses, mugs, t-shirts, keychains just to name a few options, and what child wouldn’t want to walk away with their own play sword to continue their medieval journey at home. .
What people are saying?
by Steve Elliott
Reading reviews when trying to decide if we should go was rather useless. Lots of people didn't like it, lots of people really liked it and lots of people were somewhere inbetween.... We decided to go, and although it was cheesy it was still good entertainment. The food really wasn't that bad, in fact the tomato soup was one of the best tomato soups I've had. Service is rather abrupt and it's not overly clean. If you're going to spend the money to see the show make sure you get good seats. There's more interaction with the actors, you feel the pounding...Read More
by Bob Jojobean
Really fun show, kids loved it and i thought it was entertaining too. Only complaint is they should give some type of dipping sauce, yeah i get it its like old times but wtf a littlle BBQ sauce to dip the chicken in wouldnt kill the experience imo
by Darren E
Great, kids( 5,10,16) loved it!
by Kevin Hogan
Great family friendly show for everyone and food anybody enjoys. Make sure correct employee tears your ticket stub or waiters get confused.
by Chris Weldon
What happened to playing the part by the bar maids and servers...looked like they were pulling double duty from the poor buffet. At least dress the part. Tournament was good. It has been shortened over the years.
by Steve Elliott
Reading reviews when trying to decide if we should go was rather useless. Lots of people didn't like it, lots of people really liked it and lots of people were somewhere inbetween.... We decided to go, and although it was cheesy it was still good entertainment. The food really wasn't that bad, in fact the tomato soup was one of the best tomato soups I've had. Service is rather abrupt and it's not overly clean. If you're going to spend the money to see the show make sure you get good seats. There's more interaction with the actors, you feel the pounding of the hooves and hear the horses blowing as they thunder by.
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