Tournament of Kings

315 Ratings

Tournament of Kings Details

Location: Excalibur Hotel
Best for Ages: All ages welcomed but best for 5+
Prices: From $73.12. Kids under 3 are free when they sit on the lap of a parent and share the meal.
Show Times: Nightly 6 and 8:30 PM
Show Length: 73 minutes

Description

Tournament of Kings Review

Tournament of Kings in the long standing Arthurian jousting show at Excalibur hotel in Las Vegas which is popular not only because of it's Medieval theme, but because show watchers must eat their dinner with their hands!

Tournament of Kings has a little known but interesting facts: it is the No. 1 purchaser of Cornish Game Hens in the United States. Since June 1990, approximately 6,700,000 hens have been served.

Who says Las Vegas is all glitz and glamour with no taste for times of yore? Arthurian legends come to life in the desert, complete with bravery, jousting, and a three-course meal eaten Medieval Style: by hand! This is a great way to immerse kids in history while having fun in the process, as well as facilitate some neat conversations. Plus, the included meal means there's no need to scramble to find a meal beforehand. Those not wishing to eat at the show can purchase tickets without the meal included at a cheaper rate.

Parents should be aware that the Tournament of Kings does involve live animals and pyrotechnic effects, so it's best to be aware of your child's preferences and feelings. The show is 90 minutes long.

Important: The hotel has issued the following warning for anyone who has asthma, allergies, or other respiratory problems.

The Menu

The menu at Tournament of Kings is very accommodating and is included with the ticket price. Dinner menu options include:

Regular Menu

  • Cream of Tomato Soup, the base for this soup is chicken stock thickened with corn starch
  • Roasted Seasoned Cornish Game Hen, roasted with All Spice seasoning
  • Red Bliss Potatoes roasted in a bit of olive oil & a touch of salt
  • Steamed Broccoli with parmesan cheese
  • Apple Square Roll

Gluten Free Menu

  • Soup or Garden Salad
  • Plain Roasted Cornish Game Hen, roasted separately to avoid cross contamination
  • Red Bliss Potatoes
  • Steamed Broccoli with parmesan cheese
  • Fresh Sliced Fruit

Vegetarian

  • Soup or Garden Salad–choose 1
  • Pasta with meatless red sauce
  • Red Bliss Potatoes
  • Steamed Broccoli with parmesan cheese
  • Fresh Sliced Fruit

Vegan

  • Garden Salad with no croutons or cheese
  • Grilled Vegetable Plate that includes Red Bliss potatoes and broccoli
  • Fresh Sliced Fruit

Kosher

Note Kosher requires 5 to 6 day advance notice over 8 or more guests. Dinners are cooked and served sealed. Food provided by Kosher Gourmet of Pennsylvania.

  • Garden Salad with oil & vinaigrette on the side (no croutons or cheese)
  • Beef, Chicken & White Fish
  • Fresh Sliced Fruit

Dairy Free

  • Garden Salad with oil & vinaigrette on the side (no croutons or cheese)
  • Plain Roasted Cornish Game Hen
  • Red Bliss Potatoes
  • Broccoli with no cheese
  • Fresh Sliced Fruit

Peanut/Pine Nut Allergy

  • Tomato Soup or Garden Salad
  • Plain Roasted Cornish Game Hen
  • Red Bliss Potatoes
  • Broccoli with or without parmesan cheese
  • Fresh Sliced Fruit

Tournament of Kings Tickets

Tournament of Kings Tickets vary seasonally in price ranging from $65.78 to $81.28 depending on seat type and time of year. All ticket prices include a three-course meal.

Tournament of Kings Discounts

No Tournament of Kings discounts at this time.

Seating Chart

Tournament of Kings takes place in a 900-seat theater-in-the-round arena where every seat offers an exceptional view, there really aren't bad seats.

Latest Reviews
June 16, 2017

Great for the younger audience. Whilst a good show for the younger audience not sufficiently engaging for those beyond teenage years in our opinion.

June 16, 2017

Great Experience. It was my second time in about 8 years. It's gotten better since I last saw the show. They've added pyrotechnics and explosions (which startled my unborn son, so buyer beware! LOL) Overall great experience, and awesome acting. The fight scenes were unbelievably good.

June 9, 2017

Family Friendly. We took our 8 year old and teenager to see this show. It was awesome and they loved it. Lots of action too.

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