The results are in! The St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum was voted Best Local Attraction by the community in the St. Augustine Record's 2011 Best of St. Augustine contest after its first year in the running and less than a year open.
"We're absolutely thrilled that local residents and Record readers, who have visited the museum, think so highly of their pirate experience with us," said executive director Cindy Stavely.
The St. Augustine Record and StAugustine.com host the annual Best of St. Augustine contest--this year is its 13th run--giving the community the opportunity to vote for local businesses they feel are the best at what they do. Over 10,000 people voted this year, according the St. Augustine.com.
"These are incredible kudos and a wonderful show of confidence in The Pirate Museum and our place in the attractions community," said museum founder Pat Croce. "Many, many thanks to all who voted us No.1!"
The museum will offer discounted admission in the St. Augustine Record in November as a special thank you to the community for voting the museum Best Local Attraction. The runner up in that category was the popular St. Augustine Alligator Farm and Zoological Park. See the full results.
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