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osprey6
04-01-2011, 02:35 PM
We're looking to do a dinner show one night. We've done Medieval Times already and would like to try a different one. What experiences have you had? If it helps, we have a DD(5).

We know you can get half off at the Al Capone one through the Magicard.

kathy884
04-01-2011, 08:00 PM
I have no idea if this would be of any interest to you, but there is a new Titanic dinner experience on Saturday nights on I-drive that has been getting fabulous reviews. Some busy weekends they are doing Saturday's too. I haven't been yet, but I'd love to try it. Not sure if, though, this would be a good choice with a five year old.

http://titanictheexperience.com/

Art 1
04-01-2011, 08:11 PM
Slueth Mystery Dinner can be a lot of fun. We had the kids birthday's there a few time and like to go back every year or so. My wife went with a friend a few months ago and had a blast. It is close to Wet n Wild.

Art 1
04-01-2011, 08:12 PM
Oh, Mornroeville PA. Been there many, many times.

WickedDreamer
04-02-2011, 03:19 AM
We're looking to do a dinner show one night. We've done Medieval Times already and would like to try a different one. What experiences have you had? If it helps, we have a DD(5).

We know you can get half off at the Al Capone one through the Magicard.

I have also been doing research for a trip coming up for my sister and me and have found a dinner show about 10-20 minutes from Downtown Disney, called Arabia Nights, its a live action horse show http://www.arabian-nights.com/

Art 1
04-02-2011, 07:21 AM
I have also been doing research for a trip coming up for my sister and me and have found a dinner show about 10-20 minutes from Downtown Disney, called Arabia Nights, its a live action horse show http://www.arabian-nights.com/

Had the daughters birthday there one year as well, it was quite enjoyable. It is very close to WDW. We really liked the place.

osprey6
04-02-2011, 09:17 AM
Had the daughters birthday there one year as well, it was quite enjoyable. It is very close to WDW. We really liked the place.

Thanks for the tip. I LOVE the avatar!

Hunclemarco
04-02-2011, 11:11 AM
Slueth Mystery Dinner can be a lot of fun. We had the kids birthday's there a few time and like to go back every year or so. My wife went with a friend a few months ago and had a blast. It is close to Wet n Wild.

I'll 2nd the Sleuths Mystery Dinner...We been there many times... Some of their shows will include the kids with their skit.

Art 1
04-02-2011, 12:15 PM
I'll 2nd the Sleuths Mystery Dinner...We been there many times... Some of their shows will include the kids with their skit.

Mine had a very small part the one time, they knew it was her B-day.

damaris13
04-29-2011, 09:43 AM
We're looking to do a dinner show one night. We've done Medieval Times already and would like to try a different one. What experiences have you had? If it helps, we have a DD(5).

We know you can get half off at the Al Capone one through the Magicard.

My husband and I did Capone's on our honeymoon back in 2003. We will have been to the show every year except this year, we love it that much. You don't need the Magicard to get the discount...just mention the online discount or AAA or any other number of coupons. Ask to sit in Babyface's section or front and center. Babyface is fantastic with the guests, and quite hysterical with the little ones. We took our 1 year old last year, and she sat through most of it. A few years ago we took 3 boys of varying ages, and they loved it. This group definitely does a fantastic job of interacting with the audience in many different ways. Enjoy!

Suzyq9241
05-01-2011, 02:15 PM
I would say....http://www.arabian-nights.com/

I thought it was a good show...