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“Pleasant enough, the children enjoyed it but very short”
The Smugglers and Pirates Experience is family friendly visitor attraction situated on Brixham's gorgeous harbourside. Let us take you on a journey through 18th Century Brixham where Smuggling was a way of life and pirates ruled the high seas.Can...more
We were met by Mark the owner who completed all the formalities and showed us to our room. The building goes back in places some 300 hundred years and has character. The haunt is situated in the centre of the town close to the harbour....More
This attraction takes half an hour so is not really good value for money at all. The children had fun but it is a bit naff in a charming enough way. Reminds me of childhood trips to "theme" parks with mechanised kittens. Don't regret. Doing...More
We really enjoyed the smugglers experience! We were the only two going through the attraction at the time and it meant you could really listen and feel involved in the story ( and it made it pretty creepy too!) High quality lighting, sound, models, projections...More
My dad, brother and I visited here in the October half term whilst on holiday in Devon. When we first saw the attraction from the outside we likened it to the Timewalk attraction that used to be in Weymouth, so thought we would give it...More
Staff told us it was suitable for children, the 3 areas where the projected stories were told were very dark and the children did not enjoy the experience.
The experience was overpriced for what it was and we didn't really enjoy it and couldn't wait...More
Visited twice now. The second was much improved due to modernisation of the pirate show. Great cafe / restaurant, yum food and very reasonable. Friendly owner and staff. Gift shop can be pricey, but nice souvenirs.
We did,nt do the experience but used the restaurant,had the chowder to start,really really good,followed by the cold seafood platter love the Spanish flat bread they serve with it,second visit,excellent will be back often
Decided to give this a go as it was quite a cold day. The staff were friendly and helpful. We thought that the price of the ticket was rather hefty at £7.50 per adult and was thankful we did not have children to pay for...More