Pirate Adventure Golf – Scarborough [#ad]

Pirate Adventure Golf Scarborough – A fun activity for the Family.

Disclaimer – Me and the family were gifted free entry for our visit and game of Crazy golf at Pirate Adventure Golf in Scarborough. All views of this family attraction and activity is my own.

Ahoy there mateys, I wanted to share with you our experience at a local family attraction that we were recently invited to, Pirate Adventure Golf at the Sea Life Centre here in Scarborough.

The Pirate Adventure Golf in Scarborough is a great activity for the whole family.
Pirate Adventure Golf Scarborough.

A fun outdoor activity for the whole family, parents too but like many at the moment and since the Coronavirus restrictions were lifted slightly on the 12th of April, attractions such as Pirate Adventure Golf have been able to welcome people back once again.

If you are on the look out for things to do in the North Yorkshire area then please do read on.

Scarborough Pirate Adventure Golf.

Located just to the side of the Sea Life Centre in Scarborough is nestled this fun activity for the whole family. Have a good old game of Crazy golf as a family.

The Entrance to Pirate Adventure Golf, no plank walking here my heartys.
Entrance to Pirate Adventure Golf, no plank walking here.

Bookings of upto 6 members currently available, if there are more than 6 members in your crew then its best to book for 2 parties but you can still play together.

Booking online is best recommended and super easy to do, you can book online at the Scarborough Sea Life Centre website Here.

Prices are great value, even for our crew which comprised of 2 adults and 4 children – Adults (15yrs +) £4.50 and children 3yrs – 14yrs £3.50.

Not bad at all I must say.

The course at Pirate Adventure Golf Scarborough.

So the course, some of you may think it may be too tricky for younger children aged 2 to 7 but actually it has taken the younger shipmates into consideration.

There are 12 holes of Swashbuckling fun, each themed around Pirates but with 2 strategies for you to attack each hole.

You can take the more tricky approach which is more challenging with obstacles and slopes or the easy option which has less obstacles to tackle and is generally a flatter and easier game of crazy golf.

The easier option is ideal for the younger crew mates. Pig and beast found these manageable whilst we played, beast only been 2 had some help from me.

Mouse and Titch attempted the trickier way and on some holes found them extremely fun and were glad of the challenge where as some were a bit more tricky and offered more frustration.

The way we played we had a couple of Scorecards, one for the kids which we scored them as a game of their own and one for me and Sarah. We are both rather competitive so we wanted to see who would be the clear winner at Crazy Golf.

I can announce that I was the Victor in our little game…. YESSS!!! Even though it was only by 1 single point, but still a win is a win.

Titch was the winner out of the girls game and on exiting Pirate Adventure Golf she was awarded a gold winners medal. I wasn’t awarded one for my victory which is a shame but never mind.

Scarborough as a place is a perfect visit for a family day out or a Staycation, if you are taking a visit here then definitely check out and have a game of Crazy Golf here at Pirate Adventure Golf, you and your crew won’t be disappointed.

Scarborough has plenty to offer so check out some of the places in my post 5 places to visit in Scarborough.

Following my Crazy Golf Victory we hit the beach for some good old fun and to let the kids let off some extra steam.

The beach is literally a stones throw away from Pirate Adventure Golf so it would be rude not to. You can also take a look at 5 Things to do at the Beach.

One great thing about the location of Pirate Adventure Golf is it is practically on the exit of the North Bay Railway so you can take a ride on the miniature Steam Train down to the Sea Life Centre and you are there ready to attack the Pirate Adventure Golf with your Shipmates.

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6 Thoughts to “Pirate Adventure Golf – Scarborough [#ad]”

  1. This looks like a fun place! My nephew just had a pirate themed birthday party, so if we lived closer we’d definitely head for a visit to this place! Such a bonus the beach is right there too 🙂

    1. Bless him, he loves pirates then. Yeah the beach been opposite is a big plus to where it is. Thanks for your comment.

  2. Pirates and golf! What’s not to love? Apparently though I’m to competitive when it comes to the crazy golf 🤣

    1. Nothing wrong with being competitive 🤣 maybe a few tears if you constantly beat the kids haha

  3. Must be a new (ish) thing! Didn;t exist when I lived near Scarborough! looks like fun an dyes, you were right to visit the beach afterwards. Well done on your victory.

    1. I thinks its been a few years now John, there are still a fair few in Scarborough though. Yeah it would have been rude not to visit. Thanks John

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