One ticket to the attraction pays for admission to the show, Pirates Voyage performance, and a full meal during the performance. The venue is next to The Island with ample parking.
This indoor arena has an elaborate pirate-themed set with pirate ships and a pool that depicts the sea. Performers act, sing, dance, dive, and perform acrobatics while guests enjoy their meal. The seating provides good views.
Prior to the show you can browse the Pirates Village souvenir shop. Games are also available, and children can get their faces painted like pirates or mermaids.
The staff and performers interact with the audience. If a child gets an invitation to come down and get closer, it will be up to the child to do so.
The Pirates Voyage performance is awe inspiring, especially for children.
Captain Blackbeard and his quartermaster, Calico Jack, lead the Crimson and Sapphire crews on a sea adventure. Pirates, mermaids, tropical birds, seals, and other colorful characters make frequent appearances. There is no shortage of energy or talent in this performance.
You will be served a four-course meal with a knife and fork.
The meal is called Me Hearties Feast. Vegetarian and gluten-free meals are also available if needed. Mention your desired meal when making reservations. Questions about food ingredients and allergies can be answered.
Things to Know
- Children 2 and younger must have their own seat in order to receive a meal. Car carriers, need to have a separate seat for the carrier, and can be purchased. Children’s admission prices apply. Strollers are NOT permitted in the building. Leave them in your vehicle.
- The Pirates Voyage facilities are handicap accessible. Speak to a staff member if someone in your party requires special needs.
- Flash photography and video recording are NOT allowed during the performance.
Pigeon Forge, TN 37863
Tel: (865) 505-2469
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