Anyone fascinated with pirates will love the Whydah Pirate Museum, located in West Yarmouth, Cape Cod Massachusetts

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The Whydah Pirate Museumopened in 2016 and is an interactive/science museum and exhibit showcasing the remains of the shipwrecked pirate ship, the Whydah

Visiting

The Whydah Pirate Museum is open year round, which makes it a popular spot to visit in the off-season, as well as on rainy days. 

Remains of the Whydah

In the 1980s, underwater archaeologist explorer Barry Clifford found the remains of the Whydah pirate ship off the coast of Cape Cod

Tickets

Timed tickets for the Whydah Pirate Museum are available online and are highly recommended, especially in the busy summer season. 

Visiting the Whydah

The Whydah Pirate Museum is a self-paced tour, although an audio tour is available for purchase. 

Amenities at the Whydah

The Whydah has restrooms and a small gift shop, but there are no stroller/wheelchair rentals, and no food within the building.  

To learn more details about the Whydah Pirate Museum and to plan your visit, check out our website.  

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