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The Brass Pirate - CLOSED

40 N Market St # 12, inside the Rainbow Market, Charleston, SC 29401-2027
+1 843-937-4040
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Arrgh, The Brass Pirate Be Closing

We came by the shop on the eve of the new year to find the door clasped shut and note attested to... read more

Reviewed 11 January 2015
TJ F
,
Box Elder, South Dakota
permanently closed?!?

We were looking forward to doing the treasure hunt. But unfortunately arrived today to find a note... read more

Reviewed 5 January 2015
travellingbubba
,
hermitage
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A retail shop and adventure store for pirates, historical enthusiasts, junior swashbucklers, and the curious. We offer kids' toys, shirts, hoodies, pirate hats, baseball caps, flags, and much more. Our best seller is the Treasure Hunt; a historical scavenger hunt for information around Charleston that that whole family will love! Treasure Hunt pricing: 1-4 people = $28 + tax 5-6 people = $35 + tax 7 people = $40 + tax 8+ persons = Two kits + tax Additional Treasure Hunt information: Hunts take an estimated 1.5-2.5 hours depending on the group and if the treasure hunters stop for a break, or have smaller children. Treasure Hunt kits are available everyday, all day. We ask that large groups call to make a reservation. Please call for further details.
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  • Very good27%
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  • Poor4%
  • Terrible4%
11 Jan 2015
“Arrgh, The Brass Pirate Be Closing”
5 Jan 2015
“permanently closed?!?”
LOCATION
40 N Market St # 12, inside the Rainbow Market, Charleston, SC 29401-2027
Downtown
CONTACT
+1 843-937-4040
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Reviewed 11 January 2015

We came by the shop on the eve of the new year to find the door clasped shut and note attested to the shops demize. We returned on the 2nd, to find the shop open and "Everything 50% off!." The only reason we didn't plunder...More

3  Thank TJ F
Reviewed 5 January 2015

We were looking forward to doing the treasure hunt. But unfortunately arrived today to find a note on the door saying after 10 years they must close :(

1  Thank travellingbubba
Reviewed 15 October 2014

We (a 10 y.o., an 8 y.o. and parents) did the Pirate-themed treasure hunt at the Brass Pirate, and were equipped with a compass, a map, and an answer sheet. Our task was to walk to certain places,find answers to the questions,and record them on...More

1  Thank bklyntraveler609
Reviewed 26 May 2014

The Brass Pirate is one of the most unique shops in all of Charleston and it’s the only pirate shop. The treasure hunt was one of my favorite things to do. It really dashes into the history of pirates and gives a different take that...More

1  Thank JoRdAn1420
Reviewed 18 April 2014

We have three elementary age very athletic kids. We read about The Brass Pirates treasure hunt before our trip and planned it into our trip. It is in the back of a small indoor shopping center so you will need directions for sure. It's a...More

2  Thank Becky F
Reviewed 30 December 2013

Our family-parents and 10 year old twins did a great walking tour with Brian at Charleston Soles on our first day in Charleston. Despite this, I had read great reviews about The Brass Pirate Scavenger hunt so we decided to check it out. It was...More

Thank twinsareenough
Reviewed 17 July 2013 via mobile

I really can't rate this store or the treasure hunt. We were in the store for only 5 minutes before high tailing it out of there, scared of by the $30 treasure hunt. The price tag is not openly advertised. I guess I should have...More

Thank travelblossom99
Reviewed 2 December 2012

My husband and I were looking for something to do on a Saturday afternoon in Charleston. I had read reviews about a treasure hunt in Charleston that are done through a Pirate Specialty Store..the Brass Pirate. The store is located in a group of shops...More

7  Thank dreamtravelz
Reviewed 19 October 2012

Our two boys 13 and 8 had a great time looking for the clues from the treasure map. It was a nice laid back way to explore Charleston and see places you won't see on our own. The boys loved the stop at the fountains...More

2  Thank Stewart C
Reviewed 7 August 2012

This place has the best pirate stuff. I was walking around looking for a souvenir to buy when I stumbled upon this place. Its kind of hard to find but they have some great products. Got me a pirate flag.

1  Thank dstreezie
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