The Pirate Museum Thanks Florida Educators with Educator Appreciation Days
Florida educators get FREE entry to the museum for 6 weeks starting in September
Online PR News – 10-September-2012 – St. Augustine, Fla. – ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. --The Pirate Museum, in conjunction with Ripley's Red Train Tours, is honored to thank educators from across the state with Educator Appreciation Days for all K -- 12 Florida Educators from Tuesday, September 4, through Sunday, October 14.
Here's some more info on how it works:
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Are there any blackout days that I can't visit The Pirate Museum during Educator Appreciation Days?
Is there anywhere else in St. Augustine recognizing Educator Appreciation Days?
What if I love the museum so much that I want to bring my students back for a field trip?
ABOUT THE MUSEUM
Launched in December 2010, the St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum has one of the world’s largest collections of authentic pirate artifacts dating back to the 16th century. Originally located in downtown Key West, founder Pat Croce moved the museum to historic St. Augustine where pirates once plundered. With a fun mix of authentic artifacts, state-of-the-art interactive technology and real Florida treasures, The Pirate Museum has been rated as a top national attraction by the prestigious Budget Travel magazine.
Contact information: Kari Cobham, Pat Croce & Co., 12 S Castillo Drive , St. Augustine, 32084
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