At this 1753 tavern building, originally a sailors’ pub, you may just get a climpse of the ghost of Captain Flint of “Treasure Island” fame. Some say this is the spot where the pirate died upstairs, although others say Flint is a fictitious character. Regardless, something spectral appears to be active on the second floor. Rumor has it that members of a ghost-hunting association came to stay at the restaurant because of the many reports of hauntings. However, it is said that they were so scared by all the spooky goings-on that most of them took off, leaving their research unfinished. Murder mystery dinner shows performed by the Savannah Community Theatre are held at this historic restaurant during some evenings. Do ghostly pirates really haunt The Pirates’ House? That be somethin’ ye can find out for y’self, matey!
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- 20 E Broad St
Savannah, GA 31401
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- 32.078075, -81.08388500000001
- Chatham County, Georgia
- Nearest Towns:
- Savannah, GA (1.0 mi.)
Thunderbolt, GA (3.7 mi.)
Garden City, GA (4.8 mi.)
Whitemarsh Island, GA (5.2 mi.)
Port Wentworth, GA (6.8 mi.)
Isle of Hope, GA (6.8 mi.)
Vernonburg, GA (8.0 mi.)
Wilmington Island, GA (8.3 mi.)
Montgomery, GA (9.8 mi.)
Pooler, GA (9.9 mi.)
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