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Medieval Dinner in Prague – tickets, prices, discounts, what to expect

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Enjoy a fun-filled evening of food, wine, and entertainment at Prague’s Medieval Dinner. 

Get amused by the sword fighters, professional dancers, and medieval musicians and drummers featured in the non-stop entertainment program. 

Choose the food you want from a wide variety of menus and enjoy the majestic dinner in a medieval setting.

This article explains everything you should know before booking tickets for a Medieval Dinner in Prague. 

Medieval Dinner in Prague

What to expect at Medieval Dinner

Get ready to travel back to the medieval age on a Medieval Dinner where the musicians and dancers make you sing and bop along! 

That’s not all! The swordsmen and jugglers will leave you awestruck with their stunts. Keeping your eyes glued to their rapid hand movements!

The ambiance of the restaurant is so delightful that you wouldn’t want to leave. 

Choose between the amazing dishes on the menu offered at the Krma U Pavouka.

Dinner ticketsCost
Tickets with Unlimited Drinks€61
Medieval Dinner with Transfers€72

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Where to book tickets

You can buy Prague’s Medieval Dinner tickets online.

Online tickets offer many perks:

– They are cheaper than the tickets sold at the venue.

– You can pre-book a date for the dinner that works best for you. 

– Sometimes, the tickets get sold out quickly. However, if you purchase tickets online, you can avoid last-minute disappointment.

How online ticket works

On the booking page, select your preferred date and the number of tickets and book them right away!

Once your tickets are purchased, you’ll receive the tickets in your email.

On the day of your visit, show your e-ticket at the entrance, and walk into the restaurant. 

Cost of Medieval Dinner Prague

Medieval Dinner with Unlimited Drinks is priced at €61 for a 5-Course meal and and €44 for a 3-Course meal for all guests over 13 years.

Kids aged 4 to 12 years get massive discounts. They pay only €39 for a 5-Course Dinner and €32 for the 3-Course Dinner.

Infants up to the age of 3 years can join in for free.

The Medieval Dinner with Transfers is priced at €72 for visitors over 12 years. 

Children aged 3 to 11 years get a discount of €17 and pay only €55.

Tickets for Medieval Dinner in Prague

There are two experiences you can choose from- Medieval Dinner with Unlimited Drinks or Medieval Dinner with Transfers

Medieval Dinner with Unlimited Drinks is a good experience to book if you plan on getting different items on the menu. 

The ticket offers 13 menu options (3-course and 5-course dinner) with unlimited drinks and is a good ticket to book if you want to enjoy the restaurant’s ambiance. 

You can select from Vegetarian Menu, Pork Menu, Fish Menu, Vegan Menu, Gluten-Free Menu, and even Poultry Menu.

The Medieval Dinner with Transfers offers a 3-course meal with two beverages and even picks you up from your hotel. 

Medieval Dinner with Unlimited Drinks

Tickets for Medieval Dinner with Unlimited Drinks
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This ticket offers an enjoyable and distinctive experience recreating the environment of a medieval inn, bringing history to life. 

Witness jugglers, belly dancers, and sworders all performing to music with unlimited beer, wine, and soft beverages to your heart’s content. 

The 3-course menu contains soup, main course, and dessert, while the 5-course menu contains a cold starter, soup, warm appetizer, main course, and dessert

There is a separate 3-course meal for kids (4 to 12 years) serving grilled chicken breast with mashed potatoes or French fries, chicken broth with meat and veggies, and handmade cake. 

There is no better way than this to get entertainment and food on one platter in Prague.

The dinner, including the performances, lasts for three hours. 

Ticket Price

Early 3-Course Dinner

Adult Ticket (19+ years): €44
Youth Ticket (13 to 18 years): €44
Child Ticket (4 to 12 years): €33
Infant Ticket (up to 3 years): Free

5-Course Dinner

Adult Ticket (19+ years): €61
Youth Ticket (13 to 18 years): €61
Child Ticket (4 to 12 years): €39
Infant Ticket (up to 3 years): Free

Medieval Dinner with Transfers

Tickets for Medieval Dinner with Transfers
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Want to experience the 14th century Prague without going through the hassle of moving in public transport?

Then you must book tickets for Medieval Dinner with Transfers. 

With this ticket, you get a hotel pick-up and drop-off facility, making the to and fro commute stress-free.

On arrival at the 14th-century medieval pub, please your tummies with a 3-course medieval dinner that includes refreshing drinks.

While you eat and have drinks, get a dose of entertainment as swordsmen, jugglers, and lovely dancers curate medieval vibes. 

The pub’s Fire Show will absolutely blow your head, and we can vouch for that!

Ticket Price

Adult ticket (18 to 64 years): €72
Youth Ticket (12 to 17 years): €72
Child Ticket (3 to 11 years): €55
Infant Ticket (up to 2 years): Free
Senior Ticket (65+ years): € 72
Student Ticket (18 to 26 years): € 72

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Medieval Dinner timings

Medieval Dinner in Prague timings
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The “Medieval Dinner” starts at 4.45 pm for the 3-course meal and 7.45 pm for the 5-course meal. 

If you book “Medieval Dinner with Transfers”, you’ll be picked up from your hotel around 7 pm. 

You can check the starting time of the dinner on the booking page when buying tickets. 

How long does the Medieval Dinner take

The Medieval Dinner in Prague typically lasts about three hours.

The food is served throughout your stay at the restaurant.

The medieval-style games, fire shows, dance, and music will continue to entertain until you finish the meal.

Best time to reach Medieval Dinner

The best time to reach the restaurant for Prague’s Medieval Dinner is 15 minutes before the starting time of the dinner.

This way, you can avoid the rush and have enough time to settle down. 

Also, when you arrive early, you can reserve seats in the front row to get a clear view of the show. 

On weekends the restaurant or pub is completely packed with guests, and thus we suggest you make weekday reservations. 

You can also book a ticket for Monday or Tuesday’s early show for the best experience. 

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How to reach Prague’s Medieval Dinner

The restaurant Krma U Pavouka is near Old Town Square. 

Address: Restaurant Krma U Pavouka, Celetná 597/17, 110 00 Staré Město, Czechia. Get Directions

You can get to Medieval Dinner in Prague by public transport or car!

By Subway

If you’re taking the A subway (green line) or B subway (Yellow line), get off at Můstek

From there, it is a 6-minute walk. 

By Bus

If you’re taking Bus 194, get off at Staroměstské náměstí or Masná

From there, it is a 3-minute walk

By Car

Get a taxi or car to Krma U Pavouka in Prague. 

Put on google maps and begin your journey!

Car Parking

You can find a lot of parking spaces around the Restaurant Krma U Pavouka. 

Click here to find the perfect spot for you!


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