Disney Pirates of the Caribbean at Magic Kingdom Park








Magic Kingdom Theme Park

Height Requirement: Any Height
Fun for Everyone
Mild but Wild Rides






Pirates of the Caribbean, a classic attraction in Magic Kingdom theme park that appeals
to big kids, teens and adults, features a 14-foot drop over a waterfall into pirate caves.
The boat then floats through a town where pirates are pillaging and Captain Jack Sparrow
is hiding.

The Pirates of the Caribbean journey begins at the end of the Adventureland area where a
skeleton pirate sits in a crow's nest attached to a ship's mast. He guards the stately
Spanish fortress, El Castillo - Torre del Sol. Pass under his black sail and pirate flag
to the cool, covered, cavernous queue quarters. If ye be seekin' adventure, climb
aboard a boat.

Pirates of the Caribbean Sack the Spanish Main

Take heed: there may be rough waters ahead. Or at least a quick plunge over a 14-foot
waterfall! Land in the middle of a pirate battle. The Wicked Wench galleon blasts canons
under the direction of Captain Barbossa, who demands the capture of Captain Jack Sparrow.
Can you spot Sparrow before his archenemy does?

Around the Pirates of the Caribbean Town

As you meander through the town, keep a look out for Captain Jack Sparrow. He's on the
lookout for the treasure map, the key to the town's riches—as are the other roguish
swashbucklers who are trying to beat him to the booty. Even the town's magistrate,
Carlos, can't escape the pirates' inquisition. He gets dunked in the water well while
being asked, Where's Cap'n Jack?

Meet more Pirates of the Caribbean as they jauntily sing their theme. "Yo Ho, Yo Ho, a
Pirates Life for Me," they declare as they chase ham-carrying maidens.

In the town being pillaged by the Pirates of the Caribbean, there are rackets and revelry.
Chess-playing pirates remain locked in an everlasting moment of stalemate. A
mischievous mutt holds the key to release the imprisoned pirates—but he's not giving
it up for all the bones in the dungeon. The wenches are wily. A salty marauder hangs his
hairy leg over the edge of a bridge. Even the cats are surly. Buildings burn. The town has
been plundered. Is this the work of Captain Jack?

Ah, matey, "dead men tell no tales."

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