AboutBristol Pirate Walks are fun and informative charting Bristol's often grizzly 16th-18th century maritime history highlighting slavery, discovery, trading, and of course piracy. Run by the very charismatic Pirate Pete, the one-hour guided tours are packed-full of interesting historical insights, facts and anecdotes around Bristol's historic Harbourside. During the walk, you’ll encounter Long John Silver’s treasure chest in the smugglers cave, visit Treasure Island’s Spy Glass Inn where the press gangs roamed, as well as uncover Blackbeard’s Lair in the medieval port.
Walks run throughout the year. Please contact for availability and to book.
Bristol Pirate Walks can be booked at the Tourist Information Centre or via Pirate Pete direct.
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- Hippy64Bristol, United KingdomTrip Type:FamilyArrrrrr-mazingThursday, 28th July 2016I had taken my two boys on Pirate Petes walk, 13 years ago, I was lucky enough to be involved with a school trip, taking 60 year 4 children, all dressed in pirate attire last month. Pirate Pete is a... Read full review
- karthikbalaji84Trip Type:Solo travelMesmerisingSunday, 24th July 2016While I had the slight 'misfortune' of turning up in Bristol for the Walk on a day that it was raining, which had caused the Walk to be cancelled, Pirate Pete's magnanimity is what led me here to... Read full review
- paul bBristol, United KingdomTrip Type:FamilyMy Scout Troop Loved it ( So did the leaders )Saturday, 28th November 2015Last night the 1st Burrington and Wrington Scout Troop spent a truly informative, interactive and mostly importantly fun 90 mins in the company of " Pirate Pete ". We had a fairly large group of 21... Read full review
Tel: +44 (0)7950 566 483
|Operating (1 Jan 2016 - 31 Dec 2016)|