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Experience Cape Cod's newest interactive science museum featuring real pirates and real treasures! A must-see attraction for all ages where you will touch, see and interact with the worlds only authenticated pirate treasure, discovered in 1984 off...more
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This place was cool - a bit off the beaten path but my son and I had a really good time here. It highlights the remains of a sunken treasure which they are still excavating. One of the excavators took the time to show us...More
Lots of recovered artifacts presented extremely well. Learned a lot about Pirate life, ships of the time period and all their different uses. Most of the items displayed are not the "treasure" you would expect (coins & jewelry).
My husband and I went to the museum on our way home. It was very interesting. Didn't mind reading the exhibits and seeing g all the artifacts that Barry dug up. Kinda like the mafia if you think about it.
This is showing the results of a multi-decade archaeological excavation of a fully loaded pirate ship that sank off of Cape Cod. Very insightful into pirate life. Would be good for any child over 6 (nothing gruesome, just might not interest very young ones). No...More
We were recommended to visit this museum by other visitors to Hyannis and fully concur with their recommendation. The exhibits are all salvaged from the wreck of thw Whydar, an 18th century pirate ship. Retrieval is still ongoing and the exhibition also demonstrates the cleaning...More
My husband, 2 kids and I greatly enjoyed this museum. We spent about 2 hours here but easily could have spent a little more. It’s not a huge place, I just didn’t get a chance to read everything. It was just very interesting. My favorite...More
We read about this place in a flyer we found in boston and we were interested to visit this place. At first we thought it was a childrens museum but when we got some more information we found out it was not.
They do have...More
It gives you a different perspective. It is very interesting to see these artifacts and the audio gives you information about them. You do not have to have it though as there are written descriptions too.