Orlando Attractions > Orlando Dinner Shows
Orlando dinner shows are a great way to spend an evening out with friends and family.
A dinner show could include anything from medieval jousting, to pirate adventures to murder mystery.
Nearly all shows have unlimited soft drinks and a selection of beers and wines for adults 21+.
We review 6 of the best Orlando dinner shows here.
Who done it? Sleuths Dinner Show is a popular choice for family evening entertainment. Mixing comedy with murder mystery, Sleuths has 13 different shows that are alternated throughout the week.
The troupe commits murder during the evening, and it's up to you to solve the crime. All the suspects are discussed over dinner, then you get to grill the murder suspects to figure out who-done-it.
All shows are approximately 2 1/2 hours in duration. Shows perform 7 days a week at varying times - usually 11.30am, 7.30pm or 8.30pm. Adult admission includes three course dinner, unlimited beer, wine and soft drinks.
For award winning entertainment, try the Pirate Dinner Adventure. Inside the vast theater, a replica Spanish galleon is the stage for this pirate adventure epic. Above it is the night sky and around the ship are six additional ships which are where the guests sit.
The show mixes comedy, adventure, romance and a few cheesy gags! Best for families with kids 5+.
A three course meal is included as part of the show and for adults beer and wine is on tap.
Shows perform daily at 7.30pm.
A great value comedy Orlando dinner show. Dinner includes unlimited pizza, salads, popcorn, soft drinks, beer, wine and dessert. Shows run 7 days per week at 6pm and 8pm.
See some hilarious improv and stand up comedy that's suitable for all ages. The Outta Control Dinner Show is hosted inside the WonderWorks museum on International Drive.
The longest running of all the Orlando dinner shows. Medieval Times has been performing since 1983. Take a trip back to the 11th century and enjoy a night of jousting, Medieval style. The King has summoned six knights of the realm to compete, joust and combat each other to become the winner. Knights on horseback joust in the center of the arena and some intense sword fighting ensues, until one knight is crowned the victorious.
You’ll be served a banquet fit for a king by Serfs and Wenches. In true Medieval fashion, there’s no silverware during this feast. So be prepared to use your fingers to eat food including spare ribs, roast chicken and pastries.
The only Orlando dinner show which is set inside an equestrian arena. Themed on a fairytale in ancient Rome, the show tells the tale of a Prince and Princess.
The story is played out on horse back and the performers do tricks, jumps and acrobatic feats while on horseback. There are around 60 horses in the show including black stallions, Arab horses and draft horses.
Orlando dinner theater at it very best! If you’re looking to chow down on some great American food, get tickets to the best Disney dinner show - The Hoop Dee Doo Revue. It’s a country musical comedy - so expect lots of singing, dancing, thigh slappin’ fun!
In true Disney fashion you’ll be well-attended to and be stuffed with as much food as you can eat included in the price. Soft drinks and some alcoholic drinks are also included in the price for adults 21+.
Shows run 7 days a week in the Fort Wilderness Lodge on Disney property. Shows start at 5pm, 7.30pm and 9.30pm and last approximately 2 hours.
....(not a dinner show but well-worth seeing!) The Cirque Du Soleil show is performed Tuesday through Saturday at the La Nouba Theater in Downtown Disney. The world famous Cirque Du Soleil performers will amaze you with their aerial acrobatics, trapeze tricks, tightrope walking and gymnastic displays.
This is one of the best shows in Orlando and has been running since 1998. See our Cirque Du Soleil Orlando page for further ticket details, seating plan arrangement and parking information.