Westport House & Pirate Adventure Park, Westport

(3.4/5 based on 700+ reviews on the web)
Enjoy thrill rides and a tour of a historic 18th-century house at Westport House & Pirate Adventure Park. Since opening in 1960, this park has entertained people of all ages. For swashbuckling fun, stop by Pirate Adventure, complete with a train ride, ship ride, and several slides. Take a guided or self-guided tour of the historical home owned by the Browne Family. Explore the 30 rooms of this house, which was built in the 1700s, and view the four permanent exhibits on display inside. If you'd like to extend your visit, camp on the scenic park grounds. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Westport House & Pirate Adventure Park by using our Westport vacation planner.
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  • The grounds of Westport House are lovely and the playground was perfect for the younger children in our group. Teenagers were less enthusiastic and found most of the activites to be overpriced. It is ...  more »
  • A once beautiful house on 400+ acres of land, now full of kitsch and disrepair. Needs experienced and qualified management. Worth a look but not with the entrance fee. Despite being peak season, the c...  more »
  • Mrs Claus was possibly the worst one I've ever seen. My daughter thought her reading was so bad and she didn't even read the story correctly. She was completely bored in the next area as well. After m...  more »
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  • It's a great camping site. All the facilities are well maintained. The toilets and shower areas are cleaned regularly throughout the day. There was hot water to clean utensils. There are lot of drinking water stations too. The people at reception are friendly and allowed me to use the freezer. The pub is great as well - good food and music! They let me and my friends play cards at their table.
  • Lovely town and a well kept site. A boisterous, noisy atmosphere which wasn't great for us with very young children. I'd have liked to have had more information about the age/height restrictions for the adventure park online though- our boys are too young for most of the activities. We will return when they're a bit older though.
  • House and grounds well kept. The amusements were only open for a couple of hours and they were very expensive. The camp site has very uneven hard stands but other than that it's good all round.
  • Very commercial! You will wind up paying for EVERYTHING! and its expensive too! I was surprised to see the toilets were free! With the way the place is going you will have to pay just to walk around the grounds! Shame.
  • Lots of things to do! Went on the June bank holiday and there was a craft beer festivalšŸ˜Š