Charleston Pirate Tours Nov-Dec 2010
Join Eric Lavender in authentic period costume & Captain Bob, the blue & gold macaw, for an exciting, historic stroll through what was once the walled city of Charles Towne.
"We had several tours of Charleston and I must say ERIC IS THE BEST TOUR GUIDE IN TOWN!!!!! We learned more about the city and pirates than we could have ever dreamed and had fun doing it. YOU GUYS ARE AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!" The Powell Family
"We wanted to tell you that the Pirate Tour was the highlight of our entire trip to SC...You always know you are on the right tour, when other tours stop to look at yours!" The Mason Family
5 STARS! "What an awesome tour. Highly recommended and definitely a must if you are going to be in Charleston." The Baker Family
5 STARS! "We would highly recommend this tour - learned so much about the history of Charleston in a fun and new perspective." Hernandez-Rice Family
Appearances on A&E Network & SCETV. Featured in Charleston Museum "Pirate Tales" video exhibit and Palmetto Kidz Club television program. Live appearances include the South Carolina State Museum and the Schiele Museum in North Carolina.
Why did Blackbeard blockade the Charleston harbor?
Where was the notorious Anne Bonny's favorite watering hole?
Why did the Gentleman Pirate, Stede Bonnet, don a dress?
What was Calico Jack's connection to Charleston?
Which pirates danced the hempen jig in White Point Gardens?
Why did pirates wear eye patches?
These are just a few of the questions that professional storyteller and licensed Charleston Tour Guide Eric Lavender answers as he tells tales of historic Charleston, leading you to the hangouts, "haunts," and final resting places of pirates, who made Charleston one of their ports-o-call during Golden Age of Piracy (1690-1730).
Eric brings to life the pirates, who visited ou
r fair shores: Stede Bonnet, Blackbeard, Richard Worley, Charles Vane, and of course the ferocious female pirates, Mary Read and Anne Bonny.
We are proud to include in the tour - at no additional charge - the Powder Magazine, a National Historic Landmark, and the oldest public building in the state. It dates back to the original walled city of Charles Towne.
Private and group tours are available.
79 Cumberland St.
Charleston, SC 29401
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|