Medieval Dinner Prague tickets

4.5(944 Ratings)

Headout is an authorized and trusted partner of the venue, offering curated experiences to enjoy this attraction.




Medieval Dinner in Prague | An exquisite culinary journey

A medieval dinner in Prague is a recreated journey into the lives of knights and nobles with a lavish historical banquet at the heart of it. Set in a themed tavern, diners can enjoy a feast from the European Middle Ages, complete with authentic food and lively entertainment like dancing, sword fighting, and juggling. It takes you back to a time when feasts were not merely meals but grand spectacles that showcased power, wealth, and prosperity. Read on to learn more about medieval dinners in Prague, what to expect, the venues, how to get there, and other information to help you plan your experience.

Why should you experience a medieval dinner in Prague?

Why should you experience a medieval dinner in Prague

Time travel to the Middle Ages: Step into a meticulously recreated medieval dining hall with knights, nobles, and entertainers for company. 

Tuck into a medieval spread: Indulge in a menu inspired by ancient recipes featuring the robust flavours of roast boar, spiced sausages, roasted vegetables, aged cheese, and exotic medieval pies. 

Marvellous medieval entertainment: Enjoy the performances of talented minstrels, jugglers, swordsmen, and fire-eaters, recreating the lively atmosphere of medieval revelry.

Gain some historical perspective: Learn a bit of history through medieval feasting traditions as you get a small glimpse of life in medieval Europe.

A feast for the senses: Go on a unique adventure that combines history, entertainment, and mouthwateringly delicious food in one unforgettable evening.

Know before you book your Medieval Dinner Prague tickets

  • The medieval dinner experience is conducted at the Krčma U Pavouka tavern in Prague’s Old Town (perfect for those short on time) and Dětenice Castle, located about an hour’s drive outside the city (ideal for those in Prague on a longer visit).
  • For a more comprehensive experience, opt for the medieval dinner show with a visit to a castle and brewery at the 13th-century Dětenice Castle, which lasts for 5 hours.
  • If you’re attending the medieval dinner Prague experience with kids, they can avail of the children’s menu at both Krčma U Pavouka and Dětenice Castle. It is available for children between 4 and 12 years old.
  • The medieval dinner experience at Krčma U Pavouka is not accessible for wheelchair users. If this is your requirement, you can opt for the Dětenice Castle experience.

Which Medieval Dinner Prague ticket is best for you?

Prague: Medieval Dinner with Show & Unlimited Drinks
Comprehensive medieval dinner experience with transfers at Dětenice Castle

Plan your Medieval Dinner Prague experience

Timings
Getting there
Menu
Facilities
Visitor tips
Stay
Prague: Medieval Dinner with Show & Unlimited Drinks

Prague: 3-Course Medieval Dinner with Show & Unlimited Drinks:

  • Starts at: 4:45pm
  • Duration: 2 hrs to 2 hrs 30 mins. 

Prague: 5-Course Medieval Dinner with Show & Unlimited Drinks:

  • Starts at: 7:45pm
  • Duration: 2 hrs 30 mins. to 3 hrs

From Prague: Medieval Dinner Show with Dětenice Brewery and Guided Castle Tour:

  • Starts at: 4:30pm
  • Duration: 5 hrs
Krčma U Pavouka

Address: Celetná 597/17, 110 00 Staré Město, Czechia

Find on map

Getting to Krčma U Pavouka:

Medieval Dinner Prague location & directions >

Dětenice Castle

Address: Dětenice 1, 507 24 Dětenice, Czechia | Find on map

Dětenice Castle is located about 75 km from Prague. The medieval dinner experience includes transfers to and from the castle by coach. The meeting point for the tour is at Florenc in Prague city centre.

Meeting point address: Karlín, 186 00 Prague 8, Czechia | Find on map

Getting to Florenc (meeting point):

Medieval Dinner Prague location & directions >

Medieval Dinner Prague Menu
Prague: Medieval Dinner with Show & Unlimited Drinks:

Accessibility

  • Krčma U Pavouka: This venue is unfortunately not accessible for wheelchair users.
  • Dětenice Castle: This experience is accessible for wheelchair users.

Facilities:

  • Restrooms: Restrooms are available at both venues for visitors.
Prague: Medieval Dinner with Show & Unlimited Drinks:
  • The Medieval Dinner Prague experience is a popular attraction and can accommodate only a limited number of people at a time. We recommend booking your tickets 3 to 4 days in advance to ensure your spot.
  • Infants up to 3 years old are allowed in free of charge. Children aged between 4 and 12 years old can avail of discounted tickets.
  • You will need to pre-select your menu choices and the number of adults and children when you purchase your tickets.
  • Carry a valid photo ID with you for verification.
  • Children under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.
  • All reservations made under the same name, regardless of the type of menu chosen, will automatically be seated together.
  • There is no dress code, however most diners lean towards smart-casual attire. We do recommend carrying a light jacket as it can get chilly in the underground medieval tavern. 
  • Arrive at the venue 10–15 minutes early to get good seats and settle in with a drink of your choice.
  • The tables vary in size and seating. Depending on the number of people in your group, you may be sharing a table with other diners.
  • If you have any food allergies or dietary restrictions, be sure to inform the experience provider or the restaurant in advance so they can make the necessary arrangements.
  • If you book multiple tickets under different names but wish to sit together, please inform the restaurant in advance.

Frequently asked questions about Medieval Dinner Prague tickets

What is the Medieval Dinner Prague?

Medieval Dinner Prague is a themed dining experience centered around a traditional medieval European feast. It includes a Middle Ages-inspired menu, entertainment like live music, dancing, sword fighting, juggling, and other performances in a medieval setting.

Are there any vegetarian options on the menu for the Medieval Dinner Prague experience?

Yes, the medieval dinner experience offers vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options for diners who want them. You’ll have to pre-select your menu choices when you book your tickets.

Is there a dress code for the Medieval Dinner in Prague?

While there is no strict dress code, it is recommended to wear smart-casual attire. If you’re feeling particularly enthusiastic, you could even dress up in medieval-themed costumes to fully immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the experience.

Can children attend the Medieval Dinner Prague?

Yes, children are welcome at the Medieval Dinner Prague experience. It can be a fun and educational way to learn about medieval history while enjoying the entertainment and food.

Are transfers to the venue included in the Medieval Dinner Prague tickets?

Transfers are not included for the medieval dinner experience at Krčma U Pavouka restaurant in Prague’s Old Town. But the venue is centrally located and easily accessible by public transport like trams and buses. If you opt for the medieval dinner experience at Dětenice Castle, your tickets include hotel transfers.

What languages are spoken during the Medieval Dinner Prague experience?

The main language spoken during the medieval dinner experience is English. However, the staff and performers are multilingual and can communicate in other languages such as Czech, German, and Spanish.

Is photography allowed during the Medieval Dinner Prague?

Yes, you can take photographs during the Medieval Dinner Prague experience. You are welcome to capture the memorable moments, including the performances, the medieval setting, and your dining experience.