It is a great museum that gives you and idea how was the piracy history in the Bahamas. They use a great wax characters and ambient that takes you back in 1700's.
We stopped at the Pirate Museum on our way up the hill to the Watlings Rum Distillery. I had read a lot of mixed reviews but we thought we would give it a try. It was not really what we were expecting, there are not many pirate artifacts and the like, you walk through a fake pirate ship with mannequins... More
I have a thing for pirates and pirate history, so my husband, my 4 year old and myself decided to visit the museum for a day while in Nassau. We didn't book through the cruise line because their prices were outrageous. We walked over and paid the $12 admission fee for adults and $6 for a child. It is self... More
We took the kids to the Pirates of Nassau Museum. It was a very set-up place, with scenes of the different pirates and their stories, their songs, and their drinks. I thought the whole thing was a bit on the cheesy side, but the kids liked it. It doesn't take long to make it thought the entire museum, and you'll... More
We briefly stopped here to see what this place was about. This is a tourist 'museum'. When we traveled to Nassau it was 95+ outside. If we had more time, we probably would have walked through here to cool off. This seems like a fun place for kids.
The museum is a little tacky but since downtown doesn't have much to see or do, we decided to visit it. The guide, a nice pirate, explained some facts about pirates history. The entrance fee is $12
Stopped by the pirate museum on the way to the beach. The museum was interesting, but honestly I think the thing that my kids (ages 6 and 9) enjoyed the most was the man dressed as a pirate outside of the museum. He was extremely engaging. Otherwise, the museum was a self-directed tour that takes 45 minutes at most.
Right in downtown Nassau, it's fun, informative, cleverly put together and gives a great portrayal of a pirate's life. We definitely enjoyed it and glad that we went. And, it was air-conditioned so it was nice and cool inside which was a nice break from a hot, humid day. In fact, I would say that it's one of the nicer... More
the pirate actor outside was fun to talk to. He helped create interest as we walked by. There was a bar and gift shop next door.
In the midst of downtown Nassau is a fun little attraction. The Pirates of Nassau. Overall it's a cute attraction not a high tech Disney esque piece but a nice insight into pirate life and living. A seaside village with pirate ship at the dock.... Part informative part experience. Walking inside the ship gives a perspective of life at sea...... More
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