We’re here! @medieval_times in Baltimore. Can’t wait to eat with my hands and watch jousting! – – – #medievaltimes #knights #jousting #eatingwithhands #datenight #beltwaynews #journalism #reporter #dc #baltimore A post shared by Eli Swedlow (@elijah.swedlow) on Oct 7, 2017 at 3:26pm PDT At Medieval Times you’re encouraged to eat with your hands, yell ‘huzzah’ as you drink and participate in the most epic color war that you’ve ever seen. As you enter the ‘arena’ the staff – dressed to the nines as medieval squires and servers – give you crowns and assign you to a section by color. There is a gift shop that sells swords, armor and little toys for kids. As a fan of all things ‘knight’ I loved it, I felt like a kid in a candy shop. A torture museum is in the arena as well, and for two dollars you can tour it. I wish […]
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