$10 for a Two-Hour Pirate-History Walking Tour (Up to $19.50 Value)
Licensed tour guide Eric Lavender, dressed in period pirate costume, leads groups through Charleston's historic streets. He details Blackbeard's siege of Charleston, the romance of Calico Jack and Anne Bonny, and the execution of Stede Bonnet. Tours begin inside the Powder Magazine Museum, leaving at 10 a.m. on Monday–Saturday and 1 p.m. on Sunday. Children younger than 4 are admitted for free.
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Charleston Pirate Tours
Dressed in period pirate apparel, Eric and Sabrina Lavender lead tours through the oldest sections of what was once the walled city of Charles Towne, exploring Charleston's piratical past and some of the most haunted sites in the country. Some of Charleston's most fascinating ghost stories are in areas that organized tours cannot visit in the evenings due to city regulations. Charleston Pirate Tours offer you the chance to see these spooky sites during the Daytime Ghost Tour.
The evening Pirate and Ghost tour combines pirate lore with ghost and Gullah legends. Eric, the licensed guide and professional storyteller, who has been featured on networks such as the Travel Channel and SCETV, also has an unconventional coworker—Captain Bob, a chatty blue and gold macaw who perches on his arm. Sometimes aided by other guides in pirate and colonial garb, he introduces visitors to lesser-known aspects of Charleston's more than 300-year history on walking tours to National Historic Landmark buildings. Doozer, a yellow-naped Amazon, accompanies Sabirna on Children's Treasure Hunt Tours.
100% of 18 customers recommend
“Erik, the pirate, was very informative and made the tour interesting as well as entertaining. He has spiked my interest in pirates. I will be doing some digging of...”
“Erik, the pirate, was very informative and made the tour interesting as well as entertaining. He has spiked my interest in pirates. I will be doing some digging of my own. Do not forget to tour the museum that has some interesting items. It is a walking tour, be prepared to walk, he does point out interesting spots and tells about some books you may want to read.”
“Excellent tour guide.”