Pirates, Peg Legs and Plenty of Beer: The Tales of Piracy Pub Tour: Fells Point, Baltimore, History Pub Crawl
Join Captain Flint (tour guide Cliff Long) during Privateer Days in Fells Point for a rollicking raid on four taverns as we plumb the depths of numerous pints and explore a treasure chest full of stories and tales both true and legendary focusing on that immortal group of scaliwags, scoundrels, and freebooters known as The Bretheren of the Coast! Pirates! Discover the origin of the first Jolly Roger, learn of the exploits of Henry Every, known as “the pirate who got away,” be amazed at the grit and backbone shown by Anne Bonny and Mary Read, two of the most famous female pirates of all time, and shed a tear at the true story of Black Sam Bellamy and the wreck of the Whydah, his lost love, her doomed crew, a ghostly vision, and the recovery of her treasure in the 20th century; a treasure worth millions. Need more? Not to worry; we’ll be “yarnin’ through the spars” all evenin.’ Have a hankerin’ to sign on? Do it now! Guaranteed, this tour ain’t no common “bilge and blather”! There’s limited berths on this voyage, and the early bird gets the worm, so see you on April 1st, and don’t forget t’ don yer pirate gear! Aargh!!
Please note that this is not a haunted tour. It is a history tour.
Duration 2.5 hours
Price: $20/pp, 21 and over only.
Saturday April 1st from 7:30-10:00pm
Tour departure point: Sidewalk outside Max’s sidebar, 731 S. Broadway in Fells Point.
Walking directions to tour departure point from Inner Harbor