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Celebrating the nautical traditions of the wider Eastbourne area, the themed adventure park known as Treasure Island can be found just off of the beach in the town. With all attractions and activities featuring a whole host of pirates, the attraction is incredibly popular with local families and visitors to the area, seeking a traditional British seaside experience. More Information

Nestled between the Beach Desk restaurant and the town’s sailing and angling clubs, Treasure Island can be accessed via the B2106 Royal Parade, with Redoubt Car Park just a short walk away, as well as an array of roadside parking, though these do tend to become incredibly busy during the summer holidays.

The pirate-themed adventure park at Treasure Island, with its unique mix of indoor and outdoor attractions, offers the whole family a great day out whatever the weather!

The site includes three main areas, such as a mini-golf course, a soft play area, a fun paddling pool and a shipwreck-shaped playground. There are a number of seats scattered around Treasure Island that allow parents to keep an eye on their kids, without having to relentlessly try and keep up!

Pirates Adventure Golf is an onsite 18-hole course, which is lit in the summer evenings, allowing crazy golf later into the night (and so balls don’t get lost!). Putting can happen across bridges, through caves with extraordinary themed landscaping & bypassing a range of Pirate lore.

Kids can climb aboard Long John Silver’s shipwreck at the outdoor play area that includes slides, bridges, netted walkways and even a zip slide. Run around in the spacious parkland or simply splash in the paddling lagoon all while looking for buried treasure on the sandy beach.

The themed Indoor Soft Play area known as the Buccaneers Adventure offers two levels filled with fun activities and soft play equipment, as well as a separate area for smaller children. There is a comfortable seated area for adults to watch the fun from a safe distance while enjoying refreshments and snacks from the Hungry Pirate Cafe.

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