Pirate Pete's Family Entertainment Centre is housed in and around The Pavilion, Ayr - The building was designed by J. K. Hunter in 1911 as an entertainments hall for the people of Ayrshire. The four corner minarets give a theme of the zany, seaside fantasy to this outstanding listed B building. The balusters, flanking the entrance forecourt, came from the original New Bridge 1787. It really is a building steeped in history. The activity centre has been established since 2004. There is plenty to see and do whatever the weather. It has Scotland's biggest indoor adventure play, Scotland's first mini championship putting course. A traditional seafront tearoom and kids outdoor fun park.

 

It's easy to reach Pirate Pete's Family Entertainment Centre in Ayr, by train. Simply hop on a train to Ayr station - then it's a 5-10 minute walk through the town.

 

For more visitor info including opening times, visit Pirate Pete's Family Entertainment Centre’s website.

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