Opening times 2018
- February opening times- From February 10th we are open daily from 11am term time, weekends & school holidays 10am
- March to September- Weekends, school holidays & Bank Holidays from 10am, term time from 11am
- October - open daily from 11am
- November to December - from 05/11/18 to 31/12/18 CLOSED
THE HIGH ROPES COURSE WILL BE CLOSED THIS OCTOBER HALF TERM 2018
Due to unforeseen circumstances, we are sorry for any inconvenience caused
ADVENTURE GOLF IS OPEN AS USUAL
Please check www.facebook.com/Pirateadventureland before your visit to avoid disappointment. Our facebook page is updated instantly if our opening times change.
All opening times are subject to weather conditions. Pirate Adventureland reserve the right to close with or without prior notice, in the event of extreme weather conditions or for general maintenance. If you are travelling to visit us, please contact us before you set off to avoid disappointment.
Age, height and weight restrictions
There are no age, height or weight restrictions for Adventure Golf.
To Walk The Plank, you must be at least 6 years old and 1.1 metre tall. Smaller children must be accompanied by an adult. One adult can supervise up to three children whilst Walking The Plank.
The maximum weight restriction for Walk The Plank is: 18 st 8 lbs / 264 lbs / 120 kgs.
No skirts, dresses or loose-fitting clothing are allowed on Walk The Plank. Anyone who takes part in this activity must have appropriate footwear such as trainers; no high heels, flip-flops or open-toed shoes of any kind can be worn.
We serve hot and cold refreshments for peckish pirates and landlubbers alike. Anyone caught consuming food that hasn't be purchased from The Shark Bite Café will be fed to the fishes!
There are no toilets on-site but there are public toilets nearby. Exit Pirate Adventureland and cross the road on the left; there are public toilets on the seafront that cost 20p to use.
Pirate Adventureland and our Adventure Golf course is designed to be fully accessible for disabled visitors. However, due to the physical effort required to Walk The Plank, this activity may not be suitable for some of our disabled guests due to health and safety considerations. Decisions will be made on an individual basis, so please speak with a member of staff on arrival or contact us so that we can advise you.
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