Orlando’s Dinner Shows

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  1. Don’t let meal time slow down your Orlando vacation… check out one of the many entertaining dinner shows Orlando has to offer. Are these shows corny? YES! But hey, you’re on vacation. Channel your inner child and be a little silly for one night. You won’t regret it.
    The Pirate’s Dinner Adventure, which was voted the best dinner/theater show two years in a row by Florida Monthly, is full of swashbuckling action and is unlike any dinner your family has experienced. Children and adults will be equally entertained as they are thrown into the pirate world of cannon blasts, fireworks, and possibly the chance to act in the show. There is food for even the pickiest of eaters with various meats, salads, plus a kids’ menu.
    Medieval Times, located in Kissimmee, has been entertaining families with a two-hour, action packed show since 1973. With an atmosphere designed to transport you back to the 11th century with enchanting castles, knights, and sword fights, Medieval Times is the perfect family-friendly dinner environment. Everything is authentic to the era, which means you will be eating with your hands. It also features a medieval torture museum for the brave ones of the family, a dance floor, and a bar to relax with a drink.
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    Arabian Nights will leave you on the edge of your seat as more than 60 horses and their expertly trained riders present an unforgettable equestrian show. Magic abounds as the enchanting story of a princess looking for her true love sets the scene. Families will enjoy a full-course dinner during the 90-minute presentation and will be seated among 12,000 other enthralled spectators in one of the world’s largest indoor horse arenas.
    At Sleuths Mystery Dinner Show on I-Drive, you’ll be able to participate in one of 13 original comedy mystery shows. Friday and Saturday nights feature two improv and stand-up comedy shows, which are perfect for the teenagers of the family. On weeknights, Sleuths presents other family friendly shows where guests are encouraged to play along and try to solve the mystery. You won’t be disappointed as you buff up your mystery solving skills for a night of fun with the family.
    By Kristen Manieri and Elise Gennrich

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