I visited the Whydah Museum with my 7 year old son who is obsessed with treasure hunting and pirates. We went through the museum on our first day in Provincetown and he spent the rest of the vacation begging me to go back so we...更多
Went here recently with my wife's family, that includes 7 children ranging in age from 4 to 13. You would think that a pirate museum would be interesting to them, but unfortunately it was not. Too many static displays that involved lots of reading. Nothing...更多
The story of she shipwreck and the north american pirates are exiting, but there are too many posters made from "typical" pirate stories and too little from the actual ship.
It's a cute little museum, and they have free acces for teachers, but it's a...更多
In the front of this museum there was the usual pirate stuff for souvenirs. There was a fee to go into the main part of the museum. That area had more information about the salvage work being done on the wreckage. We did not pay...更多
After you pay your admission you have the option to see the Natural Geographic video before entering the museum. They put in the hour video for you to get the history but basically ask you to move on if more people enter when your half...更多
This is a fascinating little museum well worth a visit for anyone interested in the Golden Age of Piracy.
Captain "Black Sam" Bellamy's ship, the Whydah, ran into foul weather off the Wellfleet coast in the early 18th century and sank. Over time, diligent and...更多