asks Carolyn M., from Youngstown, Ohio…
The Pirates Courtyard is a very cool spot in Charleston, which is rich in history (the house dates from the early 1700’s, and Blackbeard is said to have frequented it) and some great stories (did you know that there was a tunnel from one of the buildings down to the water so the pirates could escape if necessary?). Unfortunately, it is private property. But Charleston being such a welcoming city, if you ask a resident, perhaps they’ll invite you in for a peek.
[…] houses surrounding “Pirates Courtyard” on Church Street were built in the early 1740’s and are believed to have been where […]