Maritime Pirate Museum


The Antilles Trading Company Pirate Museum provides an exhilarating journey for enthusiasts of maritime history, evoking the allure of the sea.

Featuring a vast collection of over 350 artifacts spanning the 17th to 19th centuries, visitors are immersed in the world of seafarers and pirates, gaining insight into their lives, work, battles, and quest for wealth. Among the unparalleled treasures on display are a desk from the 19th-century wooden battleship USS Ohio, ship-building tools from the Jones River Shipyard, the Dunn & Elliot Sail Loft, and artifacts from the British East India Trading Company’s operations. Delve into history with items from the estate of the notorious pirate Henry Morgan, Captain Kidd’s Articles of Agreement, and a Sea Desk once owned by Commodore John Manly. Explore diverse maritime artifacts, including a 1660 Line Drawing of Sir Francis Drake and a piece of gallows rope from Gallows Point & Execution Dock in Jamaica. The museum offers a comprehensive exploration of pirate culture featuring weaponry, ship figureheads, and shipwreck artifacts.  Rotating monthly exhibits feature Black, Barbary, Female and Asian pirates, just to name a few.  Engage with a computerized tour, interactive exhibits and animatronics set within a captivating pirate ship environment, including a scavenger hunt for pirate booty. 
Conclude your visit with a shopping experience that tempts you mercilessly with the finest meticulously curated treasures and well-appointed clothing, while enjoying a 10% discount on your purchases.  Be sure to visit Blackbeard's Closet of Curiosities where you will encounter oddities and esoteric items from all over the world.


   Ticket Prices


 Pirate Museum Hours of Operation
Wednesday - Saturday ~ 12 PM - 5 PM

 Store Hours of Operation
 Wednesday - Saturday ~ 11 AM - 6 PM
 Sunday, Monday, & Tuesday ~ Closed

641 Brevard Ave.
Cocoa, FL 32922