Ye Olde Pirate Bottle House

In the Port Lucaya Marketplace stands a quirky little museum that offers insight into the history of bottle making. While it may seem like a strange concept to any, most agree that it ends up being a fascinating attraction worth a quick visit.


Inside Ye Old Pirate Bottle House guests will find over 300 bottles on display, some of which date back to the year 1650. A 15 minute video at the beginning of the tour will give insight into historic bottle-making methods, which helps guests garner a new appreciation for the art of bottle making. Stop by the gift shop on your way out for one of the largest selection of Bahamian souvenirs on the islands.

Staying Close

Ye Olde Pirate Bottle House is located in Port Lucaya, which means those visiting this area of the Bahamas will have convenient access to the museum during their visit. There are a decent selection of hotels placed in the area surrounding this museum.

Hotels near Ye Olde Pirate Bottle House
Hotel Type Distance Direction
Grand Lucayan Resort 0.1 mi. (0.1 km) SE
Pelican Bay Resort At Lucaya Hotel 0.1 mi. (0.3 km) NE
Grand Lucaya Bahamas Beach Resort 0.2 mi. (0.3 km) S
Bell Channel Inn Motel 0.3 mi. (3.4 km) N
Taino Beach Resort Resort 0.4 mi. (4.1 km) E
Flamingo Bay Yacht Club & Marina Hotel Resort 0.5 mi. (4.3 km) ENE

Location and What's Nearby

Energetic travelers might also be taken in by the region because of the possibility of open-air activities. Travelers with an interest in testing their talents at the green, will be able to do so at the closest golfing facility, which is The Reef Club Golf Course. If golfing isn't your thing, consider spending some time at Lucayan Beach, the most convenient beach to visit. Happily, many other golf and beach choices remain in the community. If you'd like to remain indoors, there are also a handful of other attractions within a short distance. Just a short distance off is Museum Of Underwater Exploration, one of the few additional attractions available right around the museum.


Operating Hours

This spot is available for visitors between the hours of 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day of the week.


Admission into the museum is $3(USD) for adults and $2(USD) for children between the ages of eight and 16. Children seven and under are granted free entry.

Contact Information

Phone Number: (242) 373-2000


Location: Sea Horse Road, Freeport, Grand Bahama Island


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