Don't miss the New England Pirate Faire, the most popular event in the historical attraction’s 83-year history.
Families travel from across New England to attend the Pirate Faire, a swashbuckling adventure that takes place within the charming recreation of a 17th Century Salem settlement.
Pastimes will present the original adventure, “Felicity Dane and the Diamond in the Rough.” In this family-friendly interactive adventure, a plucky young girl finds herself an unlikely ally to Captain Anne Bonney as she searches for the legendary Windjammer Diamond. Unfortunately for them both, several other pirates are also hunting for the lost treasure -- among them, none other than Blackbeard himself.
In addition to the thrilling story, the day will feature interactive scenes that will make the audience part of the adventure, black powder and cannon demonstrations, pirate games, the unique merchants that make up the Tortuga Marketplace, food and refreshments, and live music.
The New England Pirate Faire will be held on Saturday, June 29 and Sunday, June 30 from 10 AM to 6 PM both days.
General admission is $14 ages 12 and up, youth admission is $10 for children ages 4 to 11, and children 3 and under are free. Members of the military and seniors receive a $2 discount at the box office with proper ID.
Free on-site parking is available.