Take advantage of our staff's local knowledge and let us show
you where to go to relax after a hard day at the theme park.
Dining out, clubbing
or seeing a show or concert? We know all the best places to
go for all of this and more.
You can enjoy dinner,
eaten using your fingers of course, and travel back in time
to the days of knights and chivalry at Medieval Times
An Olde Worlde menu
is served at Medieval Times in a climate
controlled castle as you watch knights joust and palomino
horses perform in the 70 yard long arena.
Don't expect historical
accuracy, just good food and a lot of fun.
You could also opt
for a swashbuckling meal at the Pirates Dinner Adventure
After enjoying a meal
in the domed arena you can enjoy the show which is a mixture
of circus, pirate movie and musical.
Dinner Adventure performance takes place aboard a
pirate ship in the center of the foggy arena and includes,
curiously, trampolines, basket ball and an aerial act. Of
course, many of the cast also end up in the drink during this
For those who prefer
a touch of the exotic, Arabian Nights is
the place to go.
Voted favorite dinner
show year after year by Orlando residents, Arabian
Nights has something for everyone although it will
especially appeal to horse lovers.
The horses are put
through their paces in a huge 20,000 square foot arena and
riders perform cowboy stunts and chariot races.
We recommend staying
after the show to watch the horses let loose to play in the
arena. After show VIP visits to the stables can also be arranged.
If you like late night
shopping as well as dinner and a show, Universal's City
Walk is the place for you.
There are nine restaurants
to choose from at City Walk including the
world's largest Hard Rock Cafe.
Afterwards you can
dance to jazz, reggae or rock music at one of the bars or
take in a movie at the multiplex cinema or shop at one City
Walk's twelve stores.