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Join our crew on a voyage of discovery!

The Whydah Pirate Museum has new procedures and practices in place including online ticketing and reservations, timed visitation, extensive new cleaning protocols, and significantly reduced capacity to allow for safe distancing. Masks are required for the safety of fellow pirates.

The Whydah Pirate Museum is home to thousands of items from the Whydah and houses the largest collection of pirate artifacts recovered from a single shipwreck anywhere in the world.

Open daily 10 AM - 5 PM - Closed Mondays

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Join Us for a Halloween Celebration!

October 29th-31st from 1PM to 4PM Walk through our Spooky Village, excavate treasure, make Witches goo, and more! For a spookier experience join us Friday, October 30 from 6PM to 9PM Come dressed in your favorite costume or mask, prizes will be awarded!  $5 per person or free with paid admission to the Whydah Pirate […]

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Volunteer Information

Calling all volunteers! The Whydah Pirate Museum of Cape Cod is looking to expand its crew! Interested in science and history? We have a number of volunteer opportunities. Please call us at (508) 534-9571 to inquire.

The Whydah Pirate Museum is located on Cape Cod

674 MA-28 W. Yarmouth, Massachusetts
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Tel: (508) 534-9571