Dining experiences

Medieval banquet London

Duration: 4 hours
Mobile voucher accepted
Do this because
  • Dinner menu to keep you well-fed and happy
  • Let talented actors capture your imagination at a live theatre experience
What to expect

Join King Henry VIII at his royal banquet and be part of 1,000 years’ history at London’s extraordinary dinner-theatre experience. Go back in time to the days of kings, queens, knights, acrobats and jesters at this fascinating venue. Shout for your Wench or dance with a unicorn at a fantasy adventure set at your table.

Pretend to be a knight, pretend to be a wench, but don’t pretend you are not hungry. We dish out a real ‘COOKED’ banquet made to fill up a real big sweaty knight who just trekked through mile after mile returning from a swampy battlefield.

Centrally located in the beautiful and historic St Katharine Docks, alongside the river Thames, The Medieval Banquet is just a two-minute walk from Tower Bridge and the Tower of London.

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What's included
  • Drinks
  • Dinner
What's not included
  • Additional food and drinks
  • Tips (optional)
Where

Ivory House, E Smithfield, St Katharine's & Wapping, London E1W 1AT, Великобританія

Provider
The Medieval Banquet
Booking fee
Good news! No extra fees are applied to this booking.
Cancellation policy
Receive a 100 % refund if you cancel up to 5 days before the activity begins.

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