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Everything was SO pricey, we were worried when we asked the staff how much for our family of 4. It turned out very reasonable and well worth it. I couldn't walk, but their museum accommodated me with ease and hospitality. The kids (10 and 8)...More
The museum is good fun for adults and kids. They have some decent exhibits of the olden days and you can learn a lot about the pirates of the Caribbean. It is a good way to spend a couple of hours in Downtown Nassau.
Spent about an hour here off the cruise ship and before going to Junkanoo Beach. $13 each for a self guided tour. Lots of interesting and anecdotal information. Fun thing to do to get out of the heat and sun.
We took our teenagers here for a visit when we were in Nassau. The museum is really cute and has lots of information about pirates. It isn't a huge museum, but it was bigger than I thought it would be having read all the reviews....More
This museum located in the downtown close to the cruse dock. It has a pirate ship built inside the museum. Visitors can walk through the ship to get the historical stories about pirate at that ages. Outside of the museum, there are several place good...More
We went through the museum on our trip. Learned a ton of info about pirates and our son enjoyed all the trivia questions along the way. It’s nothing fancy but a good stop if your just seeing the sites.
We’ve been to Nassau many times, but this was the first time we visited. It’s not the biggest museum, but it’s fun for the kids. Plus it’s air conditioned so you can get a break from the heat. It’s something different to try on the...More
Our travel group was provided free admission to the museum by another business so I’m not sure what the cost of admission is normally, but I wouldn’t have been happy if I paid more than a few dollars. The museum isn’t much of a museum,...More