Captain Hook's Adventure Golf Step up to the first tee and escape into Never-Never Land on one of the two 18-hole miniature golf tracks at Captain Hook’s – Hooks and Lost Boys. From putt-golf and dinner shows to sunken treasure hunts and pirate school, there are several year-round ways for groups of all ages to channel their inner-Arggghh! Each is unique and provides a versatility justifying its construction and its significance to the maritime world. The choicest of 10 such best maritime museums are listed below. Click here to buy tickets for your pirate experience. When visitors step into the Key West pirate museum, they can join in the adventure of the high seas and step back 300 years in history. 1. When planning the Key West pirate museum, Croce teamed with the expert team who designed the International Spy Museum and the exhibit designers who worked on Washington, D.C.'s Holocaust Museum. Key West Shipwreck is part of the Historic Tours of America quarterly eNewsletter. If you’re looking for more summer day trip inspiration, check out our best suggestions here. The Whydah Pirate Museum 674 Route 28 West Yarmouth, Massachusetts St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum – St. Augustine, Fla. A real pirates exhibit detailing the lives of nearly 30 historical pirates, the St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum also features one of the world’s biggest collections of pirate artifacts. The Whydah Pirate museum is open seven days a week.