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Dixie Stampede Dinner & Show Compliment - Fun for the entire family

Review by 40692 on 2007-08-20
ORLANDO, FLORIDA -- Dixie Stampede Dinner & Show

We went to the show during middle of our vacation in Orlando, Florida.

The crowd is diverse and the staff is very friendly.

Everyone in my group (6yrs to 60 yrs) had a great time there.

Here are few tips.

1.They have AARP and AAA discounts (currently $5.00 off show tickets).

2.Get there around 5PM to get a good seat in the pre-show. They have a couple that does juggling and comedy act. Very entertaining.

3.Standard menu of full course meal. Free Refills on drinks (Soda, Tea, Wine).

4.Overall the food is good. Items includes BBQ chicken, clam chowder, bake potatoes, and apple turn-over.

5.Theater is large and all seats give good viewpoint of the live show.

6.Show and food service start around 6:30 PM. Make sure you are in your seat or you will miss-out on both.

7.Be prepare to scream, cheer, bang your dinning ware. You are cheering for your side (Union vs. Confederate ) of the arena.

8.Be sure to tip your waiter or waitress. Gratuity is not included in ticket price.

One last thing, do not purchase ticket the day of show. The rows closest to the show go fast. I brought my tickets at beginning of the week. Do not purchase the ticket online, no discount rate is available there. Call their ticket line or go down there in person.
Comments:2 Replies - Latest reply on 2007-08-20
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-08-20:
Kinda like "Medieval Times" or "Pirates" in Beuna Park,CA

Sounds like you had a blast!
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-08-20:
yes, I did. They have "Medieval Times" down in Orlando too. Plan to check that one out on our next trip down.

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