Thursday, June 16, 2016

Dad Admitted Free ($61.95 value) at Medieval Times Through June 19th

Show Dad he’s your 
knight in shining armor 
for Father's Day!





From now through June 19th Dads who attend Medieval Times will get in free (with a full-priced adult purchase) and be treated like a king, enjoying a four-course meal and an action packed medieval melee. Celebrate this week leading up to Father's Day at any of 9 locations nationwide.

Disclosure: ChiIL Mama is thrilled to partner up with Medieval Times and we have been compensated in the past with complimentary review tickets for our family. As always, all opinions, photos and memories are my own.




Also, if you really want to show Dad he will always be royalty in your household, treat him to a discounted VIP Father’s Day package for an additional $25. This includes: a framed photo of Dad, a 25oz Glass Stein with his choice of beer, and a hero cape (because Dads truly are our heroes). 



Here at ChiIL Mama we adore Medieval Times! It's great multigenerational fun and I've taken my whole family including the grandparents and everyone had a blast! We highly recommend it. Book your tickets here.


Beyond The Strength
LIES THE POWER OF CHARM
“In myth and in legend, the Knight and the horse are forever linked. Few things are held in such great esteem by the Medieval warrior than a stalwart horse, who possesses the bold courage of his master and the quiet strength of his ancestors.”






ChiIL Mama's Chi, IL Picks List:

Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament
2001 N. Roselle Road
Schaumburg, IL 60195
($61.95 value)

Children under age 3 do not need a ticket if they do not require their own seat and meal.


About Medieval Times 
Celebrating its 25th anniversary during 2016, Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament is the only entertainment venue of its type in the Midwest. The colossal stone castle, located just off I-90 in Schaumburg, IL beckons guests of all ages to enjoy an adrenaline-charged live jousting tournament, filled with awe-inspiring horsemanship and falconry, knights engaged in rousing displays of strength and skill, and a four-course feast fit for a king. For additional information, visit medievaltimes.com/chicago.




Disclosure: Once again, ChiIL Mama is thrilled to partner up with Medieval Times and we have been compensated in the past with complimentary review tickets for our family. As always, all opinions, photos and memories are my own.

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