Museums show us how people used to live: in history museums with all their possessions behind glass display cases. Intrude on the past with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
$10 for admission for two (up to a $20 value)
$18 for admission for four (up to a $40 value)
$25 for admission for six (up to a $60 value)
$139 for The Pirate birthday party and gift bags (a $279 total value)
- Party for up to 10 guests (a $199.50 value)
- Gift bags for each guest (a $49.50 value)<p>
The Pirate birthday package includes free admission for two adults and up to 10 kids, a guided tour of Pirates! Legends of the Gulf Coast, and 45 minutes in the party room with a pirate host. It also includes cake or a giant cookie with ice cream, as well as a table, chairs, linens, and utensils.<p>
Pirates! Legends of the Gulf Coast
Galveston residents have something in common with notorious French pirate Jean Lafitte: he also called the island his home. Today, they get to climb aboard the full-size deck of a pirate ship to get a glimpse of their dangerous former neighbor's life. While traversing the rest of the interactive exhibits, they may even meet Lafitte himself—as conjured by a skilled actor—along with his brother Pierre and their gritty pirate cronies who downloaded thousands of songs onto their steam-powered laptops. Pirate hosts emcee private events and guide birthday tours through the whole museum, and parties can even include a trip through the nearby Haunted Mayfield Manor for an additional fee.
57% of 81 customers recommend
“Our grandkids(age 5-10) loved it. they have pirates but they were not there on the day we went so we will call ahead the next time. however, they give the kids a map...”
“Our grandkids(age 5-10) loved it. they have pirates but they were not there on the day we went so we will call ahead the next time. however, they give the kids a map and written clues to look for and they had the best time. the manager gave them pirate hats and we stayed quite a while just letting them look and pretend a lot. ”
“Great staff. Very interesting museum. ”