Expedition Whydah Pirate Museum

Expedition Whydah Pirate Museum
Business Name: Expedition Whydah Pirate Museum
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Plan to visit Provincetown’s Expedition Whydah Pirate Museum!
In 1984, famous explorer Barry Clifford and his team discovered the legendary wreck of the Whydah Galley, which sank in a northeaster off nearby Wellfleet in 1717. The Whydah Pirate Museum is our base of operations.
Here you will learn the fate of Sam Bellamy and his pirate crew, have a glimpse into the little-known golden age of piracy, view authentic weaponry, tools, canons, coins and other artifacts, all excavated from the wreck.
Museum Admission: $10 for adults, $8 for seniors and kids. Kids 5 and under, free. Group rates available.
                               Open daily at 8 A.M.
Our Cafe features Speedwell coffee, fresh pastries and sandwiches daily from Connie’s; Cape Cod Pops ice cream; chips, snacks, cold drinks – opens at 8:00 A.M. 
The Ship’s Store is well-stocked with pirate-themed T’s, caps and sweatshirts, unique gifts, mugs, works by local artists, Pot-lucky-cat gear, collectibles, games, toys for kids and books that appeal to all age groups.
                        Book signings scheduled: August 31, September 1:
Quite Places, written by Jim Maguire, MD, illustrated by Nancy Nicol – not a pirate book  – it’s about a little bear looking for his special quiet place – perfect for youngsters and also for adults who enjoy reading to them.



Business Website Address: nancynicolart
Business Phone Number: 508-487-8899
Contact Name: Nancy Nicol
Business Address: 16 Macmillan Wharf
Provincetown, MA 02657