Medieval Times – Myrtle Beach

Posted by Carmen Ledford on Thursday May 21, 2015 Under Claire, Cobey, Homeschool, Kid's Corner, South Carolina, Travel

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11138091_10205509633114912_4883508687306815075_nOur field trip group took a trip to Medieval Times. It was a great way to end the school year, although does our school year ever end? Cobey had been but he was so young he didn’t remember it.  At the beginning there was some confusion and disorganization but that was only group issues. Our entire group was in the blue section and cheered for the blue night. The first part was teaching the kids vocabulary and history from those times. It is done in a fun and creative way. I am not sure if they do it for regular shows but I liked this part. Cobey said they could have left it out. They also showed off a horse that was very well trained and impressive. The main show followed a simple typical story line of knight versus knight. You were suppose to cheer your knight to victory. It also had good versus evil theme and thankfully good won out.  It took a while to get out the food but when it did come out it did get good reviews. They served bread, chicken, a thick potato slice, corn on the cob and a cookie. They had fun names for all of them like baby dragon, baby dragon ear, baby dragon foot. There were no utensils which was part of the fun. Everything was fairly easy to eat without them.  Cobey enjoyed it but said it was fake. Claire loved it. I think she was the perfect age. It was annoying for me how much they came around trying to sell us stuff but  overall, I would give it high marks and it was worth the money. Check them out on your next trip to Myrtle Beach.

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