Junior Knight Training at Medieval Times

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Knight Training at Medieval Times via Field Trips with SueBy Sue Rodman
It’s never too early to start teaching children a little chivalry. However, that’s not what Junior Knight training at Medieval Times is about. Junior Knight training at Medieval Times is about weapons! Perfect for my kids. Win the experience for your child by entering the giveaway below.

This Spring Break, bring your kids to train to become Knights of the Realm at Medieval Times. Children will enjoy watching an exclusive weapons demonstration by real Medieval Times Knights and the Weapons Master. They will learn about the grueling training it takes to become a Knight and if successful in their training, children will be knighted by His Majesty King Carlos in a group knighting ceremony. Knight training is free for anyone attending the shows on March 24, 25, 31 or April 7-10.  The first 100 kids will be admitted to knight training, so arrive early if they wish to participate.

When: This special knight training class is only available for certain show times:
March 24th and 31st: Doors open at 4:15PM with training at 5:00PM
March 25th: Doors open at 5:30PM with training at 6:30PM
April 7th thru 10th: Doors open at 5:30PM with training at 6:30PM
How: Children must be between the ages of 5 and 12 to participate. Space is limited and training is available on a first-come, first-served basis for the first 100 kids. Training is open to both boys and girls. Closed-toe shoes are required to participate.
Cost: All Seats for these shows are just $29.95 with code SBGR. Book online at bit.ly/buymedieval or over the phone by calling 1-888-WE-JOUST.

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Sue Rodman is the mom of 3 boys and publishes Field Trips with Sue, an award winning family travel blog about the Southeast and fun places to visit from the Southeast, covering outings, day trips, weekend getaways and family vacations. Field Trips with Sue is a Nickelodeon Parent’s Pick Winner, a Red Tricycle Best Family Travel Blog and a Parents.com best blog nominee. Sue has been interviewed on Family Travel in the Atlanta Journal Constitution, The Northside Neighbor, Publix Magazine, and on all three major networks. For four years, Sue produced a Field Trips with Sue travel segment for CBS Better Mornings Atlanta, and has filled in for the host of WXIA Friday Freebies. Sue offers inside information about must-see Atlanta attractions and more in her popular book “100+ Free Things to do in Atlanta.”

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