Ahoy, Matey

 

Join the fearless Captain Good

in search of his family’s treasure!

 

Years have gone by since these riches were lost along the Blackstone River and he needs your help to find the chest of gold doubloons. You’ll want to watchout for other pirates that may be on the hunt though.

 

Are you ready to become a pirate? Excitement, surprises and shanty singing are all in store for you aboard The Explorer. Before you even board, Mary Critchet, the Siren, will greet you on land to begin this epic tale!

 

This 45-minute experience includes a 20-minute journey on the water that is great for children of all ages and includes a FREE GIFT! Plus, don’t miss the fun activities and photo opportunities on shore before your trip.



Come fully dressed as a pirate to increase the fun!

 

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LABOR DAY WEEKEND SALE!!!

 

Use code " pirates5 " 

to SAVE $5 off each ticket

for trips on Sept. 16th, 17th & 18th

 

 

*Good for new ticket purchases made between 9/1/22 and 9/5/22. Sorry, no refunds or exchanges.

Discount only valid on trips that run on 9/16/22, 9/17/22 and 9/18/22.  

 

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And don't forget that the Blackstone Valley Polar Express returns to the historic depot in Woonsocket, RI starting in November!

 

 

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