Real Pirates Salem Museum General Admission Ticket

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Immerse yourself in the real-life stories of real pirates! Featuring Black Sam Bellamy – one of the youngest most successful pirates of all time, and Maria Hallett, the love of his life and so-called “Witch of Wellfleet”. Meet Sam’s crew and follow their journey as they seek their fortune on the high seas, find success, and ultimately meet their untimely fates off the coast of Cape Cod. See for yourself the world’s only fully authenticated pirate treasure every discovered – including coins, jewelry, and real pirate weapons – retrieved from the wreck and last touched by the hands of real pirates more than 300 years ago. Explore our Discovery Lab where you can witness artifacts being unearthed daily by trained archaeologists in real time! Become a Real Pirate yourself through our free video and photo experience! Visit our gift shop for a keepsake to remember us by.

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Visitors tour an interactive exhibit featuring the story of real-life pirate "Black Sam" Bellamy and his fabled beloved Maria Hallett. Visitors will be able to see and touch real pirate treasure from the wreck of Bellamy's ship, the Whydah Gally. The Whydah was a slave ship-turned pirate ship which wrecked off of the Cape Cod coastline in 1717 following a violent storm. Artifacts and real treasure have been pulled from the bottom of the ocean...surrounded by sharks...following the discovery of the ship's bell in 1984 by famed underwater explorer Barry Clifford. The exhibit renews regularly with the discovery of new artifacts by onsite archaeologists which visitors can witness with their own eyes. A video, photo experience and retail gift shop round out the visit. Groups are welcome.
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