- Crazy Golf
Suitable for ages: Young Children (4-8), Older Children (9-12) and Teenagers (13-18)
Venue type: Outdoor
Pirates Cove Golf
This pirate themed miniature golf course nestling in Great Yarmouth's Golden Mile is an all out yarr-fest with brilliant scenery and theming which captivates kids of all ages makes kids again of the grown ups!
Putt your way over, under and through charming landscaped features like caves, footbridges and cool waterfalls, all with a fun-filled atmosphere, tropical style landscaping, and oodles of piratey goodness! It's not ridiculously simple nor is it maddeningly hard, so you can take a range of ages and be sure that most will find their way through.
Older kids maybe suitably impressed to know that this course was actually the first adventure golf to open in the UK way back in 1995, but it's nicely maintained they pride themselves on the fact that the course is continually being altered and updated so that you will always find something new to test your skills, so it's a great place for repeat visits, even with kids with good memories!
- Restaurant Onsite
- Onsite Shop
- Snacks Available
- Wheelchair Friendly
- Pushchair Friendly
Getting There and Contact Information
Marine Parade, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR30 2ER, England
Click here to visit Pirates Cove Golf's website
Standard Opening Times and Pricing
Open daily from 10 AM between March & November Open until Late during school holidays & Summer months
Pirates (13 & over) £7 Buccaneers (12 & under) £6 Crew pass (2 & 2) £24
Written by Anonymous . 02.11.15
Thank you to the lovely couple that run the crazy golf. Weather was not great...very windy and was raining earlier, so wet, but our 5 year old son was determined to play before we left! We had such a laugh being competitive (not usually!) and trying to play properly! The course is really good and the plants and water features around are very pretty & make for a lovely surround. We had so much fun playing the course and would definitely recommend a visit. We will be returning when back in the area.
Written by Hannah84 . 28.08.17
Visited on 28/08/17 with 2 children. Not allowed in the course to spectate so my wife and her mum went for a coffee instead. Completed 9 of the 18 holes due to it being very busy with no warning when paying to play. Unable to complete the whole course due to the waiting times between holes which led to an upset 4 year old. No offer of full or partial refund. Got told I could come back tomorrow but only visiting for one day. Poor service, will not return.