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Pirates of the Caribbean

Two jailed pirates beg a dog to bring them their cell key on the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction

Disneyland Park

New Orleans Square

Guests Can Be

Any Height

Age Interest

All Ages

Thrill Level

Small Drops, Slow Rides, Water Rides, Dark, Loud, Scary

Celebrate more than 50 years of swashbuckling as you set sail on a voyage to a long-forgotten time, when pirates wrought havoc on the high seas.

A Pirate's Life for You

Gallivant inside a grand southern manor and board a small barge within a stone-wall fortress for a spellbinding adventure. Through a shadowy grotto, escape past the Blue Bayou restaurant before sliding down a small waterfall into the ghostly graveyard of fallen rapscallions—your gateway to the Golden Age of Piracy.

Behold boisterous buccaneers drunk on the spoils of plunderin' during your approximate 15-minute cruise amid the New World. Sing along as windswept pirates serenade you with their classic anthem, "Yo Ho, Yo Ho (A Pirate's Life for Me)." And even spy a sly Captain Jack Sparrow from the Pirates of the Caribbean film series along the way, as he secretly attempts to get his hands on the town's treasures.

If Ye Be Seekin' Adventure...

On your treacherous voyage through the 17th century, you'll come face-to-face with the rowdy rogues who ruled many a seaport town under the watchful eye of "Jolly Roger."

Be on the look-out for:

  • Pirates Grotto
    Home to Dead Man's Cove and Hurricane Lagoon, this haunted realm recalls the struggles pirates endured on the open seas.
  • The Fort
    Navigate through a shadowy bay, where a foggy Caribbean fort and a striking 12-gun galleon—helmed by Captain Barbossa—are locked in battle.
  • Town Square
    Sail straight past a crowded marketplace of rambunctious scalawags, gleefully bidding in an auction.
  • Burning City
    Looters and buccaneers sing a song of jubilation as flames engulf a seaside town.
  • The Dungeon
    Trapped in a jail cell, freebooters attempt to lure a clever canine within reach to nab the prison keys he has in his mouth. Dead men tell no tales, indeed!