a little spring break with MT

My facebook feed has had me a little bummed out recently. Thanks to a little something called spring break, pics of the beach keep popping up as do pics of Disney World. I've been itching for a vacation, especially with everything that went down last year.

On top of that, it's easy to throw a pity party for myself. My family rarely traveled, and we certainly never traveled over spring break. And in college? Seriously, where are these kids getting the cash to enjoy a week in Cancun? Nope. I spent my spring break at work, same as any other week.

We even bought the souvenir pic...

Well, Medieval Times wants everyone to enjoy a little piece of spring break, it seems. Whether you need a date with your special someone, a place to take the kids, whatever....the Maryland castle chose spring break to offer their biggest discount of the year: BOGO tickets!

Seriously - one adult ticket is normally $58.95 - meaning dinner and a live show ends up being less than $30/person during this promotion - that's pretty competitive!


And, if you're not in Maryland, no worries, most other castles still want to hook you up with this amazing March Madness deal:


Of course, MT is awesome so they hooked us up with said dinner and a show (and for a day I got to pretend I was on spring break!) - a great time was had as always, but this time, I was really surprised to find that we'd been upgraded to the Royalty Package!

Royalty includes behind the scenes DVD, VIP seating, program, and cheering banner

 I hadn't thought much of these upgrades before (if I was taking kids, I'd probably feel differently), but I have to say, the VIP seating that came as part of the upgrade made a world of difference! (You can read the review of our last experience, also a good one, here!)

Being in the front row, we could see everyone's faces, get a better view of the horses, and even enjoy some banter from the cast (one performer was heckling our row for not cheering with our banners, and when he saw me considering it whilst shoving my face, he said "go ahead, keep eating!" hahaha! whoops. I do love their vegetarian meal though!)

See? Told you we were close. Our Green Knight, asking for cheers!
That being said, with prices this low, it's a great time to consider the upgrades- especially if you have kids! The seating and souvenirs are great memory makers, but other options like a knighting ceremony would definitely be magical for a little someone!

Be sure to check them out, like them on facebook (I see giveaways often!), and if you're nearby, sign up for their bloggers network!


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4 comments

  1. I am so so jealous because I have always wanted to go to Medieval Times! The closest one to me is in Chicago, six hours away. The joys of living in the middle of nowhere Southern Indiana... :-)

    We never traveled when I was a kid either. The only vacation I took was to Hawaii when I was 10. Otherwise, we went to the lake. I can't really complain though because the lake house is one of my favorite places to visit.

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  2. Yay for Medieval Times! I went one year on Christmas Day and it was so much fun!
    I never travelled as a kid, either, but I've more than made up for it as an adult!

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  3. still have yet to visit this place. SMH. But it sounds like fun

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  4. That's great that you had such a fun experience going there again!

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