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Audience members get to participate, helping the pirate raise a flag or collect items. The attraction is proud to say over 100 members of the audience get to participate in each show, so if you’re interested and enthusiastic your chances of getting selected are excellent. Even kids participate in uniform as junior pirates. Naturally there’s professional photographers who will gladly sell you a photo of your kids in action.
The dinner isn’t a 5-star restaurant by any means, but it is tasty. You’ve got your choice of chicken, roasted pork, or shrimp, plus rice, vegetables, a salad, and desert. One thing we especially liked about the place is the appetizers in the pre-show area. There are several serving stations set up with pasta, vegetables, and a carving station. Children’s and vegetarian meals are also available.
There’s a small museum which contains some real pirate artifacts and history. If you attend the late show there’s a “Buccaneer Bash Dance Party” afterwards and many of the cast members attend. Staying for the party is an excellent way to avoid the traffic jams when hundreds of cars try to leave the parking lot at the same time.