Toddler Tours at Pirate’s Quest

Perfect for budding buccaneers, Pirate’s Quest will be offering tailored ‘toddler tours’ for a limited time throughout September, especially designed to keep your young pirate entertained.

The hour-long walk-through experience is led by your own Jolly Roger pirate guide who will take your family through a series of swashbucklin’ sets and legendary scenes whilst teaching them about pirate life.

As well as learning all about Pirate’s and Smugglers, there’s also the chance to meet some characters from Cornish folklore including some pesky piskies and Cornish spriggans.

Each buccaneer will be given a Treasure Map scroll to unwrap and will be able to search for clues during their visit. Crack the clues to collect some pirate gold.

Repeat the oath of Parlay with your Pirate Guide to become a crew member, only the best crew-mates will receive a special Captain Calico Jack’s Crew Mate Card at the end.

Practice your pirate marching, try to pull the sword from the stone and enjoy lots of swashbucklin’ hands-on fun. Children can steer the ship and learn their starboards from their ports and their fores from their afts!

Small children, and grown-ups too, will love the interactive and engaging tour perfect for keeping all the family entertained. CLICK HERE to Book Now!

Past toddler tours have said:

“My son can’t wait to return!”

We were given a booklet on our caravan site where pirate quest was advertised. I was initially worried it may be scary for young children, however, there are opportunities to avoid the only ‘scary’ area – but I have to say my 4 year old loved it all! (I hid behind him!). The tour guide never slipped from character, he was very knowledgeable, and we all learnt a lot that I never knew. The guide was very patient with my son who likes to talk and ask questions all the time. The children were able to participate with parts of the tour. Highly recommend a good day out!

“Fantastic fun! Arrggh me hearties… ”

Visited this attraction with our nearly-four year old as he’s very into pirates. He was over the moon with meeting an actual pirate! And thoroughly absorbed by all the stories and sights. He got a little scared by Davy Jones Locker, but bravely carried on, and by the end was having conversations with our pirate friend about his toy pirate ship back home!
The people here were excellent – very friendly and really bringing the adventure to life. We visited just before the season started (pre-booking required) and outside of school holidays so had the luxury of being the only visitors.
Would thoroughly recommend going if you have young children. It’s amazing how they managed to squeeze a ship, caves, a ghostly underwater world and other things into the place!

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Not for transmission or publication without express permission of the copyright owner, Simon Burt