Bristol 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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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating:
- Very Good3
- xana2573Leytron, SwitzerlandTrip Type:FamilyExpensive walkWednesday, 21st March 2018We have to install an app who costet 2£ and it's a map with letters A to H and we have to follow the way to understand the story of the pirates. It's a little walk but wonderful to see because it's... Read full review
- Tatiana STrip Type:Friends getawaygood walkWednesday, 21st March 2018This activity allowed me to discover the city and the history of pirates. To do this activity, you have to pay two francs aplication on the phone which gives us a way to follow in the city... Read full review
- SassieBHertsPirate PeteMonday, 23rd September 2019There are several pirate tours of Bristol - and this profile seems to be a mix of all of them. This is a review of Pirate Pete. We arranged to meet Pete by the Beetle at 2pm, but found him over by... Read full review
Tel: +44 (0)7950 566 483
|Operating (1 Jan 2019 - 31 Dec 2019)|