Orlando dinner shows are on the rise. A little known fact is that Orlando, Florida has some of the most exciting Dinner Shows in the whole world and at a great discount. Many travelers today are savvy at researching their vacations before arriving and many of them wind up at our discount ticket web site. But there are still travelers who decide to get their tickets right at the front gates and unfortunately pay full price for them. Companies like ours have bulk contracts with the Orlando dinner shows and are able to buy them at incredible discounts. This allows us to help them with not needing as many staff members to man the ticket windows and it also helps in stream lining the guest’s experience when arriving. Lets start with a few of the big boys.
First there is Arabian Nights dinner show located at mile marker 8 on Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway, also known as S.R. 192 in Kissimmee. Since February of 1988, Arabian Nights Dinner Show Theater in Kissimmee has been amazing Central Florida guests with it’s unique blend of world famous horses, expert riders, special effects and beautiful costumes – all of which are rolled into a delightful family theatrical performance.
With seating for up to 1200, it is known as the world’s largest indoor Equestrian Arena. Arabian Nights dinner show beckons both Central Floridians as well as tourists from around the globe into it’s 140,000 square foot facility. Voted the four-time winner of Orlando’s #1 Dinner Attraction, Arabian Nights has entertained millions of visitors since it’s opening in 1988.
Showcasing the talents of 40 performers and 65 prized horses, Arabian Nights stuns audiences with daring stunts and remarkable horsemanship within a magical, romantic story. The number of costume changes here surpasses even the most complex Broadway show.
Walter Farley’s Black Stallion is the main star in this cast of 65 horses. Fourteen breeds from around the world consist of:
- American Quarter Horse
- Canadian Warmblood
Prior to the show, as guests arrive at Arabian Nights Dinner Theater, they are invited into the Great Hall to enjoy pre-show entertainment. There they may meet some of the stars of the show or listen to the live music.
Arabian Nights Dinner Show Menu
Vegetarian Pasta Primavera
Green garden salad
New York steak strips
Grilled Chicken Breast
Certified Black Angus steak
Garlic mashed potatoes
Fresh vegetable medley
Rolls with butter
Unlimited house beer, wine and Pepsi products.
A delicious slice of the Princess’s wedding cake
As you enter the Great Hall, family photos are taken with the themed background. Near the end of the show, the souvenir photos and photo key-chains are brought to your table, where you can choose to purchase them. The gift shop has a large selection of horse figures, cards, jewelry and many show mementos.
Pirates Dinner Adventure
Next is Pirates Dinner Show Adventure, located off of Carrier Dr. in Orlando, off of the famous International Drive strip. This is an action-packed dinner show that is as it sounds, full of Pirates and mischief. This show is a mix between Broadway and an actual shanghai. Pirates dinner show patrons are invited to participate and you are assigned a section that is represented by your team Pirate. When you arrive your are greeted by a friendly staff member for a photo and then you are escorted into the pre-show area. This area is a set that is designed to resemble a coastal colony and has period actors roaming and interacting with the guests while you snack on orderves.
Pirates Dinner Show Menu
Tossed Garden Fresh Salad With House Dressing
Homemade Creamy Vegatable Soup
Treasure’s Chicken Tender portions of roasted chicken carefully marinated in a savory lemon-pepper sauce. A genuine treasure.
Pillager’s Pork Swashbuckling pork tenderloin roasted to perfection by our award-winning chefs and served with a mushroom sauce to satisfy the meanest pirate on the high seas.
Garlic Lobster & Shrimp Tender morsels of lobster and shrimp served in a butter garlic sauce.
West Indies Rice The taste of the Caribbean – special yellow rice sautéed in chicken brothand seasoned with select herbs and spices from the West Indies.
Roasted Red Potatoes, with mixed vegetables.
Princess Anita’s Royal Desserts, apple cobbler a la mode, a dessert fit for royalty or
Profiterole Pastries Served with vanilla ice cream drizzled with chocolate sauce.
Vegetarian and Captain Kid’s meals available. Captain kids menu includes chicken fingers.
Caribbean Coffees Served at the Buccaneer Bash, after the show.
Complimentary beer, wine, soft drinks and coffee during the main show. Cash bar available all other times.
Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament
Next is Medieval Times Dinner Show Orlando. Welcome to the 11th century! Just beyond their great doors of the Hall of Arms waits the celebration arena, the heart of each of Medieval Times nine castles. From high above King Philippe and his daughter-in-law, Princess Leonore, preside over a four-course feast. Below, privileged royal guests are transported to faraway lands including a romantic snowy rendezvous in the woods and an authentic medieval tournament for the Battle of Champion with the help of Hollywood-caliber special effects, of course.
Medieval Times dinner show is celebrating its 25-year reign in North America. Their founders first launched their unique idea for an 11th century-style dinner attraction on the Spanish island of Majorca in 1973. This imaginative new entertainment spot was inspired by the true medieval tradition of royal families inviting guests to a festival and feast to watch knights compete on horseback.
During the early years in Spain, the show’s authentic display of classic equestrian skills and medieval pageantry took place in outdoor arenas, a far cry from the climate-controlled castles of today. There, the conventions of today’s shows were established. Guests were seated in sections named for regions of Medieval Spain and encouraged to cheer for the Knight representing their region.
As Medieval Times Dinner show & Tournament has grown in popularity both in Spain and North America, some things haven’t changed — like their commitment to the accuracy of weapons and costumes. Others have: the characters and storyline of our show evolve every few years, keeping the experience fresh and exciting for generations to come.
Medieval Times Dinner Show Menu
Medieval Times’ noble guests feast on garlic bread, tomato bisque soup, roasted chicken, spare rib, herb-basted potatoes, pastry of the Castle, coffee and two rounds of select beverages.
The vegetarian meal includes tomato bisque soup, garlic bread, large Portobellomushroom cap stuffed withwhole grain, rice and bean blend, large skewer of roasted vegetables, hummus with pita chips, pastry of the castle and two rounds of select beverages. (Please advise your server of special meal requests once you are seated at your table.)
Next is Sleuth’s Mystery Dinner Show. This dinner show has been around for quite awhile and has a fairly large return client list. If you have ever wanted to be inside a Clue game, then this is just up your alley. Dine on dinner while solving a mystery from the comfort of your set. Sleuths Mystery dinner show has many different acts and peform them nightly, so make sure to research the mystery that they will be performing the evening that you will be attending.
Sleuth’s Mystery Dinner Show Menu
Fresh greens salad
Assorted crackers and our signature cheese spread
Dinner rolls with butter Hot and cold hors d’oeuvres
Honey-glazed Cornish game hen with herbed stuffing, sweet potato, vegetables, and cranberry sauce
Prime rib dinner ($3.00 extra + tax) with baked potato and vegetables
Four cheese lasagna (with or without meatballs, your choice) with vegetables and garlic bread. If they told you, it wouldn’t be a mystery, would it?
Bud Light, Budweiser, White Zinfindel, Chablis, Merlot. Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Sierra Mist, Mug Root Beer, Tropicana Orange Soda, Sweet Raspberry Iced Tea, Brewed Unsweet Iced Tea, Coffee, Hot Tea
Lastly is probably my favorite, Sea World’s Makahaki Luau dinner show. Many visitors do not know that Sea World Orlando has one of the most exciting dinner shows in town. Sea World’s Makahiki Luau dinner show is located inside Sea World and resides inside the Sea Fire Grill. This beautifully done production is set to an authentic Polynesian luau and has all of the delicious entrees that accompany one. The Makahiki season was the Ancient Hawaiian New Year festival, in honor of the god Lono. It was a holiday covering four consecutive lunar months, approximately from October or November through February or March. Thus it might be thought of as including the equivalent of modern Thanksgiving and Christmas.
You are first welcomed by the actors of the show and are given a complimentary lei. You then are escorted into The Sea Fire Grill for a complimentary drink and are entertained by a fabulous Hawaiian musical group. Just before you get ready to enter, the drums and dancers start and this gets you right in the mood for a very special night.
Sea World’s Makahaki Luau Dinner Show Menu
Complimentary Welcome Drink
Mahi Mahi in a Pina Colada Sauce
Polynesian Style BBQ Spare Ribs
Fresh Stir-Fried Vegetable Medley
Polynesian Stir Fried Rice
Dessert: Big Kahuna Cake
Beverages: Iced Tea and Pepsi Products are included. Anheuser-Busch Products, Wine and Select Polynesian Drinks are available for an additional charge.
Kids Meals: Chicken Fingers or a Hot Dog served with French Fries
Just remember that you can save big and get your tickets cheap by purchasing your Discount Dinner Show Tickets thru our company. Please take the time to research them and do not hesitate to call us toll free at 1-877-406-4836 for any advice.