Orlando Dinner Shows and Choosing the Right Ones

 

Orlando Dinner Show Are Fun For The Whole Family

Orlando Dinner Show Are Fun For The Whole Family

 

Orlando dinner shows are probably the last thing that travelers to Orlando, Florida think of and it is probably the most fun things to attend next to the Orlando theme parks. For many years, Orlando dinner shows have been entertaining guests who discover them only after arriving to Orlando.  These exciting entertaining complexes have been serving hundreds of thousands of tourists for over 2 decades and show no signs of slowing anytime soon. Probably the most famous of the Orlando dinner shows has to be Arabian Nights Dinner Show. Located off of Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy.(S.R. 192) at mile marker 8, this dinner show is the largest of the main 4 dinner shows. A Vegas style ~ family friendly, equestrian dinner show, Arabian Nights sets the bar for all other Orlando Dinner shows. With the 4 dinner menu options and the unlimited beer and wine, this is a no brainer for our discounted rate of $37 for adults and $28 for children; one can’t go wrong with this choice. This is almost half off the normal gate rate of $63.99 for an adult and $40.00 for the kids. Next on my favorite Orlando dinner shows list would have to be Pirates Dinner Adventure. Located off of Carrier Dr. off of the main tourist strip called International Drive by Universal Studios Orlando, Pirates Dinner Adventure is great for the whole family and with swashbuckling fun and a tasty dinner to go along with the show, this is a definite favorite amongst avid pirate fans. Located next to Pirates Dinner Adventure is the all new Treasure Tavern. Treasure Tavern is a risqué burlesque style adult dinner show with great food and drinks and is geared for the adult adventurous crowd. It takes you right up to that point of adult humor and leaves your mind to fill in the blanks. Many people travel to Orlando and have no children with them, so for these folks, I recommend Treasure Tavern as an alternative to the family styled Orlando dinner shows. Next is Medieval Times Dinner Show and Tournament in Orlando. Medieval Times Orlando is fun for the whole family and takes you back in time to a medieval style dinner in which you eat with your hands and call your waitress a wench. This is also an equestrian styled dinner show and you cheer for your sections knight. While you eat, your knight battles thru different events and are eliminated as they lose. This dinner show is very entertaining and is packed with high energy sword fighting and jousting. Located on the western end of S.R. 192(Irlo Bronson Hwy) Medieval Times Orlando is a great addition to anyone’s vacation itinerary. Next is a dinner show in which you must pay very close attention or you will be wondering who done it. Sleuth’s Mystery Dinner Show, located on International Drive, is a wonderful way to entertain the family while having a delicious dinner and playing the ultimate who done it game. This dinner show has many different performances with different themes, so call us ahead of time for what show they will be performing on the evening you want to attend. Lastly is one of my favorites next to the Arabian Nights and it’s called the Makahiki Luau and it is located inside Sea World Orlando. Sea Worlds Makahiki Luau dinner show is a traditional luau and is located inside the Sea Fire Grill on Sea World’s Key West waterfront, which gives you a beautiful background to sip on a drink while you wait to enter the great hall where the Luau is performed. The food is to die for and it is all you can eat. This is not a buffet, and the staff will bring you as much food as you want, served on platters. You can also get in to Sea World an hour before your dinner show and view the dolphin nursery or even get in a quick ride on the all new Manta rollercoaster. After your dinner show is over, walk outside a watch Sea World’s fireworks show if it’s not too late. This dinner show is great for people who are visiting Sea World Orlando for the day and want a place to have dinner at the end of their adventure at the theme park.; Also on a little side note, If it is a busy season when you visit the Makahiki Luau and Sea World is staying open late during that time, you will not be required to leave the theme park at the end of your dinner, so enjoy the rest of the night at no coast at Sea World Orlando. If you have any questions or comments, please contact our office toll free at 1-877-406-4836 or just click here to view the prices for all of our Orlando dinner shows http://www.officialticketcenter.com/discount-orlando-dinner-show-tickets.aspx

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