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Tickets to Medieval Times Toronto

Giveaway: Tickets to Medieval Times Toronto

“A long time ago…” Whenever a story begins with this phrase, I think of the Middle Ages. Courtly love, knights jousting and ladies in flowing dresses are some of the images that come to mind.

I’ve always been fascinated by this time period, and wondered how people lived then – how they went about their daily lives, what they wore and how they ate. Until a time machine is invented, the best way to experience Medieval life is to either join an Anachronistic society, or enjoy a meal at Medieval Times.

Tickets to Medieval Times Toronto

Knight and Horse Medieval Times Toronto

For families, this is one awesome experience. Imagine becoming a lord or lady, watching jousting tournaments and shows of strength and skill from knights on horse. Eating with your hands is not a faux pas… completely acceptable to hold a drumstick with your fingers.

Although my planned visit to Medieval Times in Toronto was unfortunately cancelled due to a bad ‘flu bug, I have a special opportunity for my readers – a chance to win one prize consisting of general admission tickets to Medieval Times Toronto (four tickets, total prize valued at approximately $220 – $260). It’s a great prize for families!

Note: While the meal and experience are covered by the tickets, please do consider tipping your serving wench or serf (tip not included in prize).

Win It:

For a chance to win tickets to Medieval Times Toronto log in to Rafflecopter below and tweet: I want to win a @TorontoCastle #MedievalTimes experience via http://SuburbanTourist.ca & @GosiaBourne. OR, for those who don’t use Twitter, enter a comment on what fascinates you about the Middle Ages. Bonus points if you head over to the Suburban Tourist Facebook page via Rafflecopter.

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Location:

The Medieval Times Toronto location at the CNE grounds, easily accessible via QEW/Lakeshore Rd with ample parking.

Medieval Times Toronto
10 Dufferin St
Toronto, ON M6K 3C3
Tel: (416) 260-1234

Disclaimer: Tickets provided by Medieval Times and valid until September 1, 2015. Photos provided by Medieval Times Toronto.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

20 comments

  1. Always a fun night out!

  2. I love live shows and fascinated by horses! Thank you for the chance!

  3. Ive never been but the horses are definetly fascinating! Such a class act to be putting the shows together day after day and always a success!

  4. I love all the outfits that they wore

  5. michelle tremblett

    I love the clothes they wore, their day to day life, what a crazy time period that would have been to live in !

  6. I’m not going to lie…I want to eat with my hands without being judged. LOL

  7. I started university with a Major in Medieval History! I love Medieval literature and like to imagine what it would be like if we still dressed how they did.

  8. I love the clothes, the horses, the simplicity of life (compared to what we live in today!). It was a fascinating period in history.

  9. I like the outfits the most

  10. Can you imagine time travelling back to the Middle Ages?! Life would be so different … no Internet, no TV, no cell phones. It would be nice to visit but I’d like to come back to Toronto 2015 eventually.

  11. I love the costumes and the chivalry!

  12. I love medieval music!

  13. The reliance on animals (birds of prey, horses etc)

  14. I love the cloths, the castles, the feasts, the tournaments- it’s all pretty amazing. If my kids were answering this question I think they would say secrete passages/tunnels in castles, dungeons, knights in armor, wizards, and dragons. Thanks for the chance to win. My 5 and 7 year old have never been to Medieval Times- I know they would love it.

  15. What I love about the Medieval time period is the idea of endless adventures and protecting my lady love.

  16. The lifestyle

  17. I think the clothes were very detailed and well assembled.

  18. What I love about Medieval Times is the simplicity of life. The focus on basic needs. Family. Life. The dresses would be easy to get used to as well!

  19. The way of life all together ! So interesting ! I love history !

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