Smugglers Adventure will be awash with pirate activities over the Easter school holidays.
On Thursday April 5th Commander Blunt from Hysterical History will be inviting children to take part in an interactive hands-on educational session in the chapel from 10am until 4pm.
Commander Blunt will be explaining what life is like living on a pirate ship, teaching guests how to spot treasure as well as cannon operators training.
Throughout the holidays, which run from Friday March 30th until Sunday April 15th, children can complete a pirate trail and enjoy pirate activities in the underground cave attraction.
Sales and Marketing Executive, Leanna Lawson, said: “We had Hysterical History help us with some great events last year and we can’t wait to welcome the Commander back again.
“Commander Blunt is a lively character and guests love interacting with him.
“We hope to see lots of children getting involved and welcome visitors to dress up as pirates too!”
Deep in the heart of Hastings West Hill lies the Smugglers Adventure, acres of caverns that conceal the thrilling history of smugglers, bootleggers and warring bloodthirsty gangs.
Explore the labyrinth of secret tunnels and passages and discover the dangers and hardships that faced the Sussex smugglers of the eighteenth century.
More than 70 life-size characters, interactive displays, eerie lighting and sound effects and dramatic recreations bring this mysterious and often bloody world vividly to life.

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