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Valentine's Week at Medieval Times Chicago Is for Lovers and for the Family You Love
Special Valentine's and President's Day Shows Feb. 8-18, 2013

CHICAGO, IL -- (Marketwire) -- 01/28/13 -- Romance is alive at Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament this February 8-18, with knights in shining armor, a beautiful princess, magnificent horses and a stately king. Medieval Times 4-course feast and 2-hour tournament offers fun for lovers and fun for the whole family.

Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament is the most unique, romantic place to celebrate Valentine's Day with the one you love. The evening starts with the presentation of a sweetheart rose, a commemorative photo in a Medieval Times frame and a Valentine's Scroll recognizing your attendance at the royal event. Then you travel back in time to an age of bravery and chivalry while you thrill to a rousing live jousting tournament, marvel at awe-inspiring horsemanship and falconry, and you enjoy a 4-course meal fit for royalty. You'll cheer on your knight with a split of champagne in two commemorative champagne glasses, two knights cheering flags and one cheering wand.

Two admissions to the Museum of Torture are also included. This special package is available for select matinee and evening shows from Feb. 8-18, 2013. The cost of the package (for two guests) is $99 plus tax, gratuity and processing fee. Tickets can be purchased at http://www.medievaltimes.com/chicago/specialoffers/valentines-day-2013.aspx.

Valentine's Day is also a time to celebrate with the family you love, including kids who dream of being a knight or a princess. Medieval Times is offering discounted admission prices in February at $36.95 for Adults and $29.95 for children (12 and under). It's the perfect family outing in Chicago for February including President's Day. For more information or to purchase tickets, call 1-888-WE-JOUST (935-6878) or go to www.medievaltimes.com/chicago.

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