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"So much pirate history in one place!"

Our little ones are a fan of pirate stories and a visit to St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum was a great experience for them. They really enjoyed exploring the interactive exhibits and artifacts. They also have a movie props and scavenger hunts. Highly recommend taking a guided tour of the museum.

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St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum

The St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum is a museum dedicated to pirate artifacts.

Formerly known as the Pirate Soul Museum, the museum was located at 524 Front Street, Key West, Florida, United States. It was announced in February 2010 that the museum was being moved to St Augustine, Florida. It reopened there on December 8, 2010 as the St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum.

The museum houses 48 individual exhibit areas and states it contains the largest and most authentic collection of pirate artifacts ever displayed under one roof. Among its exhibits are Blackbeard's original blunderbuss, pieces of gold retrieved from his warship the Queen Anne's Revenge, one of only three remaining authentic Jolly Roger flags in the world, and Thomas Tew's original treasure chest .

The museum was started by entrepreneur Pat Croce.


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