Pirates! St. Augustine Pirate and Treasure Museum

Pirates! St. Augustine Pirate and Treasure Museum

St Augustine Pirate and Treasure Museum is a must-see for history and adventure lovers. This world-renowned museum contains the world’s largest collection of pirate artifacts as well as a wealth of information about the history of piracy. Visiting the museum is an immersive experience and you feel like you have traveled back in time.

You will see famous pirate flags, cannons, treasure chests, precious items, wax statues, stories of famous pirates, models of pirate ships and many other items related to piracy. You can even try your hand at simulating a cannon shot.

Augustine Pirate Treasure Museum Person
A pirate falling asleep from exhaustion Michelle Hebert
Augustine Pirate Treasure Museum Sandik
Mary Michelle Salazar

Pat Croce, the owner of the museum, started collecting all these artifacts as a child. He first exhibited them in a museum in Key West and then established this museum in the center of St. Augustine.

Augustine Pirate Treasure Museum Guns
Aaron Lee
Augustine Pirate Treasure Museum Ship
Willie Elder

This museum, where the world’s oldest known treasure chest is exhibited, manages to draw visitors in interactively, not just looking at the artifacts. With a museum plan, such as the treasure map given at the entrance, visitors visit the museum as if they were playing a game. This makes it interesting not only for adults but also for children. If you are looking for a fun and educational activity in the center of St. Augustine, be sure to check out St. Augustine Pirate and Treasure Museum.

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Gary Schwarz

How to get to the St. Augustine Pirate and Treasure Museum?

The St. Augustine Pirate and Treasure Museum is located in the center of the historic district of St. Augustine, Florida. The museum is very close to the city’s best hotels, restaurants and other tourist attractions, or even a short walk away. The museum is directly opposite the Castillo de San Marcos castle. During your visit to the Augustine Pirate and Treasure Museum, you can also visit the Castillo de San Marcos, which defended Augustine against pirates and enemies in wars.

Augustine Pirate Treasure Museum Skeleton
Potters Wax Museum St Augustine Hook
Matt Johnson

Augustine Pirate and Treasure Museum opening hours

Augustine Pirate and Treasure Museum is open daily from 10:00 am to 19:00 pm. If you wish, you can also participate in tour programs that last less than 1 hour.

The Augustine Pirate and Treasure Museum is a must-see for all pirate and history fans. The museum offers a fascinating glimpse into the world of piracy with its vast collection of artifacts and exhibitions. If you want to learn more about pirate culture and get a closer look at the cool pirate items used in history, the St. Augustine Pirate and Treasure Museum is definitely worth a visit.