Pirates of Nassau

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Nassau's rich pirate history is remembered and celebrated at this popular downtown museum. It takes up nearly a whole block, just off the main shopping drag. Visitors tour a full-scale pirate ship equipped with all the appropriate apparel and a dungeon. Stumbling into a tavern packed with pirates clad in their traditional garb will provide guests with an opportunity to interact with a cheerily debauched pirate community. While navigating the lively exhibits, visitors can also delight in the witty exchange between Mary Read and Anne Bonny, infamous female pirates known for their nefarious ways. Traversing the areas rife with battles and fights will lead visitors right into the middle of a conflict of their own as the fearsome Captain Blackbeard and his crew infiltrate their midst. If you wish to make an evening of your tour, buffet dinners or formal entertainment can be arranged. A relaxed patio bar is located just outside the main building. The gift shop, an attraction in its own right, can be accessed from the street.

Location:  Marlborough and George streets

Business hours:  Mo-Sa 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m., Su 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.