Set sail from an 1860's Louisiana Bayou as a rag-tag band of marauding pirates has overtaken a Caribbean village, ransacking and setting ablaze everything in sight -- including yer boat if yer not careful, matey!
- Plunge into the darkness as you're warned: "Dead men tell no tales!"
- Be dazzled by hordes of looted treasure
- Get caught in the middle of a cannonball battle as buccaneers bombard an island fort
- Revel in the comic fun of swashbuckling shenanigans
- Escape the crumbling fire left behind by plundering and pillaging pirates!
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It's a Pirate life 5/4/2016 by Tonya
This is usually our first stop of the trip. Yo ho yo ho!! We love the walk into the ride. And now you can see Captain Jack himself! After you journey through time as a Pirate, we spend way too long shopping in the area gift shop. SO much fun when my kids were little. Always got a sword, gun, and eye patch!!! FUN times! Read reviews by this author
YoHo, YoHo! 4/7/2016 by Jodi
Seriously, how can you not LOVE this ride?? The music is great, there's so much to see, it's relaxing, and it's a nice, cool break during those hot summer months! I remember this from when I was a child and it still holds a top spot in my favorite rides list. One important thing, though: NO FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY! I don't know how if affects the robotics, but I can tell you for sure that the poor person sitting behind the group your trying to take photos of will be blinded and see spots for the remainder of the ride..... ;) Read reviews by this author
Every time! 5/27/2015 by Joey
It's part of my tradition. I've been riding Pirates since I was a kid going with my family, and now I take my family. We carry on the tradition. Don't look for fancy new technologies here because then you will miss the magic of this classic Disney attraction.
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The Best One 10/7/2013 by Ahnalira
Having experienced Pirates of the Caribbean at both Disneyland and Disney World, I have to say that the Disneyland version is just a tad more "special" to me. Maybe it's because it's the original...or maybe it's because it's just too much fun to meander by the diners in the Blue Bayou restaurant. I'm not sure. I just know that the Disneyland version makes my heart a little happier :D Read reviews by this author
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