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365Tickets serves up ticketing for dinner attraction, Medieval Times


The global online ticket provider 365Tickets USA has partnered with Medieval Times to market the company’s North American dining and entertainment venues to potential customers around the world.

There are 10 Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament ‘castles’ in the USA and Canada. These include outlets in tourist hotspots such as Orlando, Myrtle Beach (South Carolina) and Buena Park (California). Additionally, the company has sites in Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago, Dallas, Lyndhurst (New Jersey), Scottsdale (Arizona) and Toronto. These venues will be made available to 365Tickets users not only in North America but also the UK, France, Germany, Australia and Canada.

Each site hosts a live show featuring a tale of devotion, courage and love. Audiences travel back in time, and as guests of the queen, they experience the pageantry and excitement of how it was like 10 centuries ago. Apart from a 4-course meal, guests are also spectators of jousting, horsemanship and falconry performances.


As a result of its wide family appeal and the sensory experience of the show, Medieval Times is recognised as one of the most popular dinner attractions in North America. Guests are treated to an array of stunt performances and swordplay on horseback by heroic knights. Furthermore, they are able to enjoy a utensil-free feast while they watch the performance. Guests are thus immersed in the experience heightened by an extensive musical score and superb lighting.

“We are really excited to be working with Medieval Times and making this experience available to our customers around the world,” says 365Tickets president Dino Cappello. “They offer a truly unique experience that complements our goal of offering family fun at a value.”

365Tickets USA currently provides tickets to over 2,000 attractions. These include Knott’s Berry Farm in California – just moments from Medieval Times’ Buena Park site – plus Universal Hollywood, Legoland California and New York City’s Empire State Building and Metropolitan Museum of Art.

With offices in 14 countries, the company offers its client state-of-the-art technology for a quick and secure online booking experience in the local language and currency.

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