Uncover Buried Pirate Treasure

young boy dressed as a pirate showing his gemstone treasures

Description: Search, explore and reveal pirate treasures hidden in our undersea themed discovery station. Treasures are buried within velvety blue "sensory" sand among an environment of sharks, coral reef, mermaids and pirates to transport your imagination into the mysteries of the deep blue.

             Black Beard:    $69.99             

Included in package:   

    • About our Pirate Treasure:  Depending on the package selected you will receive a special blend of gem sand consisting of shore shells, semi-precious gems, minerals, crystals, sparkling gems, Pirate loot coins, Davy Jones bones remains and more!
    • Black Beard also includes a vial of real gold flakes!
    • Recommended for Ages: 5 - 17 years old
    • Recommended Height : 5 feet  to comfortably reach the sand pit independently, however, we offer a riser for little ones!
    • Walk Up Availability : Yes, We serve on a first come first serve basis. 
    • Time Length:  Varies upon the age, approx. 10 min.+
    • Home Activity : Yes, Our pirates gem sand mining package is available in our gift shop to continue your adventure at home! 
    • Note: Due to the nature and origins of the materials, prices are subject to change without notice.
    •  Fun Mining Tip : All our interactive mining activities combines children and adults sense of adventure and discovery with their continuing thirst for knowledge. Everyone, no matter the age, loves the anticipation of what treasures they will reveal, keep and take home!  

Historical Facts of Black Beard :

Black Beard is believed to have been born in Bristol sometime in 1680 - November 22,1718.

Not certain of his real name, he always introduced himself as Edward Teach. For a pirate, he was well educated, he was able to read and write. He became a renowned pirate, the most famous that ever lived, and the most feared. His nickname was from his thick black beard and fearsome appearance; he was reported to have tied lit fuses (slow matches) under his hat to frighten his enemies.

The name of his ship was the Queen Anne's Revenge which included 3 additional ships. In modern fiction he has been the main subject in numerous stories, books and movies.  History remembers Black Beard not only for how he lived but equally for how he died.

The image of the flag that symbolized Black Beards ships, many crews surrendered just by seeing the flag itself.

Historical facts of Calico Jack : 

Calico Jack was born in England December 26, 1682, John Rackham. Jack is a nickname for John, the word calico was added from the clothing he wore. Calico Jack was an English pirate captain operating in the Caribbean and Cuba during the early 18th century. 

    He was one of the most unique pirates to have ever sailed the Caribbean during the height of the golden age of Piracy. He never was a great fighter or acquired incredible wealth or respect as other pirates had.

    However, his association with other pirates as well as being the only pirate to have two female crew members combined with his cunning ways to use backstabbing and politics to further his advantage and obtain his goals contributed to making him the most unique pirate to sail the Caribbean seas.

    An important impact that he has had on the modern day image of pirates was his flag, the Jolly Roger. The majority of pirate crews during the time used a flag depicting full human skeletons carrying some sort of weapon while Calico Jacks flag was a black flag with a white human skull with two white crossed swords beneath it. This same iconic image is still in use today to represent naval piracy.