Have you tried the “Pirate’s Adventure ~ Treasures of the Seven Seas” interactive quest at Magic Kingdom Park? It’s a must-do for my son, who loves grabbing a treasure map at Pirate Headquarters and heading out to follow in Captain Jack’s footsteps throughout Adventureland.
In case you aren’t familiar with the quest, “Pirate’s Adventure ~ Treasures of the Seven Seas” is a complimentary game that turns you into one of Captain Jack’s pirate recruits and lets you embark on one of five different pirate raids throughout Adventureland. The task is to demonstrate your pirate skills by collecting valuable treasures and fend off some of Captain Jack’s foes, including Captain Barbossa and the Royal Navy. Guests are welcome to complete multiple pirate raids if they wish.
But pirate fans, “Pirate’s Adventure ~ Treasures of the Seven Seas” has just gotten better! Now when guests complete a pirate raid, they can head back to Pirate Headquarters to receive a Collector Card as their reward. There are five Collector Cards to aim for, one for each raid. And an additional card will be given to guests who complete all five raids.
For a look inside the experience, check out the video above.
That is so cool! My son is going to love this!
Great! The last time we were in WDW, my wife and I had a great time finishing Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom. Next time, we’re going to plow through these pirate raids! I love these interactive games!
Will each member of the party get a card or one per party? My two children love this game, we have completed it each visit without any prizes, and I just want to mentally prepare myself if I’ll have to do each mission twice. 😉
That’s awesome! I had a blast (as an adult with no kids even) hunting around Adventureland when I was in town for a conference. I look forward to introducing my kids to this when we come in 2 years.
Cynthia Balusek my sister and I completed a couple this past trip and they would only give us one card per party. We asked if we could each get one and the cast member said that it was one per game. My sister and I live in different states so it kind of stinks that we both couldn’t get one, since we love “free” souvenirs. Oh well!
I wish they did this at Disneyland in California