I am two months away from being 30, and my entire three decades of living I have been a huge fan of pirate history and ship treasure \ artifact excavation. I have researched the Whydah Galley and Black Sam Bellamy and I had extremely high hopes for the museum. I waited five years in anticipation to go to the museum. Disappointment doesn't even describe how letdown I was after viewing the lackluster exhibit. I went with the hopes of being in utter awe and wonder, but the exhibit was so terribly put together and approximately .01% of the excavated artifacts are actually on display. I understand that much of the bounty is in concretion form and needs to be kept in an appropriate environment, but what was minimally displayed wasn't even in an air conditioned room. A propped open door with a box fan resting on the floor was their way of saying, "please come in and sweat your tail off while we charge you an unreasonable amount of money to look at a handful of pieces of eight and pictures of Barry Clifford." Save yourself the trip and the money and just go on the internet and look at pictures, because that practically was all that was there.
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