Are you obsessed with old tales about brave knights like King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table? If so, there are several incredible medieval attractions in Canada that will take you back in time!\nThere's plenty of unique things to try, such as medieval festivals where you can watch live jousting, or an escape room where you need to save your kingdom. And if you want to visit somewhere truly unique, you can stay in a medieval village for a fun getaway with friends!\nHere are six medieval attractions in Canada where you can travel back in time:\nUpper Canada Village Medieval Festival\nPrice: $25 per person\nAddress: Upper Canada Village, 13740 County Road 2, Morrisburg, Ontario\nWhen: Every year in June\nWhy you need to go: At the festival, there will be a jousting tournament, minstrels playing music, an archery demonstration, falconry shows, and more!\nUpper Canada Village | Facebook\nWebsite\nThe Castle at Jigsaw Escape Rooms\nPrice: $23 per person\nAddress: Jigsaw Escape Rooms, 12 Byward Market Square Unit 2, Ottawa\nWhen: Multiple times throughout the week\nWhy you need to go: In this amazing escape room, you're a heroic knight who needs to save your kingdom!\nView this post on Instagram Thank you @jigsawescape your room castle was so much fun and the perfect way to spend time with friends. 🙌👑 A post shared by Stephanie White ✈ (@stephaniewhitetravels) on Dec 24, 2017 at 11:39am PST\nWebsite\nGood Knights Medieval Encampment\nPrice: From $79.20 a night for two people\nAddress: 235035, Township Rd 310, Three Hills, Alberta\nWhen: May 17 to Sep. 22, 2019\nWhy you need to go: Spend the night in a medieval village! Your stay includes a private tent, breakfast, traditional costumes, and tons of fun activities like sword-fighting demonstrations and long-bow archery.\nGood Knights Medieval Encampment\nWebsite\nMedieval Times\nPrice: From $67.95 per person\nAddress: 10 Dufferin St, Toronto, Ontario\nWhen: Various performance times throughout the week\nWhy you need to go: Enjoy a delicious four-course meal while watching a medieval jousting tournament!\nView this post on Instagram The Queen hopes you have a royal Monday! 👑 A post shared by Medieval Times Toronto (@medievaltimestoronto) on Jan 28, 2019 at 5:00am PST\nWebsite\nRoyal Medieval Fair\nPrice: $10 general admission\nAddress: Waterloo Park West, Waterloo, Ontario\nWhen: Sep. 21, 2019\nWhy you need to go: There will be a knights tournament, a bird of prey show, archery demonstrations, and more!\nView this post on Instagram On sep 15 guests of all ages will be able to visit Mearth’s mystical land in Waterloo Park For more information visit our website www.royalmedievalfaire.org #royalmedievalfaire #GetMedieval #knightbattle A post shared by Royal Medieval Faire (@royalmedievalfaire) on Aug 24, 2018 at 7:00am PDT\nWebsite\nThe Medieval Festival Of Lanaudière\nPrice: Tickets start at $20 per person\nAddress: Seigneurie des Patriotes, 573, Montée Ste-Marie, L'Assomption, Quebec, Canada\nWhen: Jul. 1-31, 2020 (dates to be confirmed)\nWhy you need to go: There are tons of things to see and do at this action-packed medieval festival!\nLes Médiévales de Lanaudière\nWebsite\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.