New England Pirate Museum

New England Pirate Museum

274 Derby Street | Salem, MA 01970

(978) 741-2800

www.piratemuseum.com

salemwitchpirate@aol.com

piratehdrA historical adventure.  You are there – Salem docks of 1692.  A guided tour through little know history –  board a pirate ship, meander the 17th century dockside village and explore an 80 ft. cave.  Experience the adventures of New England sea-robbers and mingle with Captain Quelch and his crew, Blackbeard and Captain Kidd who once prowled our coast.   See artifacts from sunken ships and pirate treasures.  Combination ticket available with the New England Pirate Museum, Witch Dungeon Museum and  Witch History Museum. Save $8.00 per person.  Open daily 10:00am to 5:00pm. Extended Hours in October.

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