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A Pirate’s Adventure: Treasures of the Seven Seas Launches at Magic Kingdom Park

Jennifer Fickley-Baker

by , Editorial Content Manager, Walt Disney World Resort

A Pirate’s Adventure: Treasures of the Seven Seas has officially set sail at Magic Kingdom Park.

Inspired by the popular “Pirates of the Caribbean” film franchise, this interactive quest lets you turn into one of Captain Jack’s pirate recruits, arms you with magic talismans and treasure maps, and lets you embark on one of five different pirate raids throughout Adventureland. The task is to prove your pirate worth by collecting valuable treasures while fending off some of Captain Jack’s enemies, including the Royal Navy and Captain Barbossa.

The quest is included in theme park admission and guests can embark on more than one raid if they wish. Looks like it’s going to be an amazing experience! Let us know in the “Comments” section below if you’ll sign up on your next visit!


  • My six year old son and I were just at WDW two weeks ago and couldn’t wait to try out Pirate’s Adventure. We had a great time visiting each of the interactive “clues” and completed ALL of the treasure maps. I would recommend completing the adventure at night, or when it is less crowded. We learned very quickly that if someone is just ahead of you, give them some space so you don’t ruin the fun for yourself (you don’t want to see/hear the “clue” before you get to it). Also, there is one map that we were able to use twice for a slightly different adventure. Hope they add more to this great experience!

  • Is this something that you have to make a reservation for in advance? How do you participate?

    • No reservations needed. You simply show up at the Enlistment desk in Adventureland to pick up your map.

  • Would A Pirate’s Adventure: Treasures of the Seven Seas be in the park for a limited time or is it a permanent addition to the park?

    • Ongoing!

  • Stephanie, there is no extra charge, it’s included with your park admission!

  • Is there a seperate fee to participate? If so how much?

    • It’s included in the cost of park admission. Thanks!

  • We were in Magic Kingdom Park last week and played as a family. We thoroughly enjoyed this interactive experience. One game was enough for my kids as this was their 1st visit and there were so many other attractions to see.

  • We tried this game last week and loved it. I loved the animatronics as opposed to just a Digital picture in Sorcerer game. It also went a little quicker as each segment was independent upon its own. Also, loved how each of the areas blended right into the park area. You wouldn’t know that it wasn’t always there. Highly recommend this game. We played when it was dark and that added to the fun!

  • We played about a week ago and it was FANTASTIC!!! It’s fun to read the maps and find the “treasures” hidden in plain sight. Play it once in the daytime and then again at night for a totally different experience…it’s just AWESOME!!!

    • I’m happy you had a good time, Ann!

  • Where do you get the map/compass? We arrive in 12 days, and I think my son will LOVE this!! (as will the rest of the family!)

    • There’s an enlistment station toward the far end of Adventureland (almost near where Adventureland & Frontierland meet).

  • We had a blast doing this! So much fun and it kept you in Adventureland. A nice break from rides and a fun way to pass the time until next fastpass is available. We loved it, can’t wait for our next adventure!

  • I wish they could do somethink like this in Disneyland… It will he so much FuN!!

  • We tried this out yesterday. Unfortunately, we were having either technical difficulties or user errors, and could not get the clue from the second stop on our quest. The sorcerer’s game will take you all over the park, and your spells are on the cards you get. Pirates adventure is like a scavenger hunt, and keeps you in Adventureland.

  • I could easily see my kids wanting to add this to their itinerary. Be there in 11 days!

    • I hope you have a great trip, Mark!

  • My sister and I had the opportunity to experience this a couple of weeks ago. It was so much fun! We both felt like kids again and it helped us work up an appetite for all of the incredible Adventureland treats: glazed almonds, a Citrus Swirl and a Dole Whip float! A Pirate’s Adventure comes highly recommended by me!

  • Aye! I be takin a whack at it, matey!

    • 🙂

  • I have to take issue with saying it is “Inspired by the popular “Pirates of the Caribbean” film franchise…” The movies were inspired by the parks! Come on now…

  • Alicia it is great for little people! My bigger kids (13 & 10) commented that they thought it would be really fun for littler kids and a lot easier than the Sorcerer card game. It also doesn’t involve as much back and forth walking as Sorcerer, so it is easier for littles to navigate.

  • Can’t wait to check this out when I am there in October for Tower of Terror run. Nice addition to Sorcerers!

  • We had such a great time playing this last week. It was at night which really added to the fun and excitement of the game. I can’t wait to play it again!

  • Is there an age limit or is this more like a thing a family would do together, so little people could participate too?

    • You can do it on your own, or groups/families can participate!

  • It’s much fun for sure! Did one of the raid’s last week and it was a blast! It’s seperate from Sorcerer’s and it takes less time. It just runs through and around Adventureland. It is similar to Kim Possible in many ways but there are tons of spots buried everywhere now so there’s lots to see and keep busy with. Can’t wait to do the other 4 and swing to Wilderness Explorer’s!

  • I didn’t think this would be open so soon. I’m up in 3 weeks! Definitely doing this one.

    • Looks like your timing is perfect!

  • We were able to test this during our trip last month. The kids really enjoyed it. It is so much easier and less time consuming than the Sorcerer game.

  • Looks like fun! We’ll be there in September – this kids will love this new adventure!

  • So kind of like Kim Possible at Epcot?

  • how is this different than the sorcerer game? or is it part of the same experience?

    • It’s a separate experience. In Sorcerers, you use special cards to cast spells on Disney villains. You navigate through the pirates experience using a magic compass and treasure map. (There are a lot of other differences, but I don’t want to give them all away!).

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