Set sail to Pirate’s Quest Newquay this summer! Discover a brand new storyline, meet members of the Legendary Flying Gang and hunt for Captain ‘Calico’ Jack’s pirate loot. The unmissable tours have been voted as one of tripadvisor’s Top Things to do in Newquay, offering swashbucklin’ fun for all the family!
Budding buccaneers can enjoy the live interactive pirate tours which run regularly throughout the summer holidays and receive 10% discount when booking online*. The hour long interactive experience, led by a live Pirate, allows you and your crewmates to feel, hear, smell and see intriguing legends and exciting history – from Ship-Wreck to Ship-Deck!
Visitors will be transported back over 300 years to 1706; the dawn of the Republic of Pirates.
A notorious band of pirates known as ‘The Flying Gang’ have made port at Pirate’s Quest, sent by their infamous leader, Captain Blackbeard, in hopes of finding new recruits to join the Republic of Pirates.
Your journey will begin in the Wreck of the Royal Anne Galley, a real Pirate Hunter’s ship that was headed for the Caribbean but sank off the South Coast of Cornwall. Luckily a member of ‘The Flying Gang’ will be at hand to help you escape the sinking vessel through a secret passageway.
Your LIVE Pirate Guide will then lead you through the mystical caves and murky streets of eighteenth century Cornwall to the crew’s base for ‘Pirate Recruitment’; Captain Blackbeard’s Tavern – a new section of the attraction where visitors can find out the truth about this infamous rogue of the sea.
Eventually you’ll arrive at your destination, the deck of Blackbeard’s famous pirate ship, the Queen Anne’s Revenge. Once you’ve steered the vessel clear of the treacherous Cornish cliffs, you’ll be ready to set sail to a Caribbean island and The Republic of Pirates.
Junior buccaneers can also complete a treasure map to claim a Republic of Pirates Membership Card and earn themselves some Treasure.
Have you got what it takes to join the Republic of Pirates?
*The hour long tours set sail from 10am with the final tour starting at 4pm and run regularly throughout the day. Advance booking is recommended to avoid disappointment, and visitors can save 10% on their ticket price with bookings made online 24 hours ahead.