Members, please join us on Polynesian Voyagers’ opening day for an exclusive members-only first look.
Free with Museum admission Advance registration is encouraged. America has always been a melting pot of different cultures —each of…
Join us for an exclusive reception to view the America’s Cup Trophy and meet Tucker Thompson, Official Host of the…
Please join us for a special evening at The Mariners’ Museum, featuring Tucker Thompson and the America’s Cup.
Fall Lecture Series: The Mariners’ Museum Park: The Early Years, 1929 – 1936 Presented by Rand Milam Cost: Free with General…
This presentation will discuss research being conducted in the USS Monitor Conservation laboratory on the treatment of composite artifacts.
10K on the Noland Trail, 5K in the Park & Kids Fun Run October 15, 2016
Bring the family for a free adventure on the Noland Trail! This special family workshop, led by Tree Steward and…
Join us for Member Appreciation Saturday! On this quarterly day of discovery, the Museum will be offering docent-led tours at 11:00 AM and 2:00 PM.
Play games and activities such as ring the hook, walk-the-plank, and more Trick-or-treat with candy and toy prizes at each…
In collaboration with Hawaiian educators, the Hokule’a crew and staff, and the Polynesian community, this new exhibition is designed to evoke the feeling of what it is to be a voyager. Read about the origins of the Polynesian culture and the settlement of the vast Pacific islands.
The jewel of The Mariners’ Museum’s collection! From a primitive raft to a Venetian galleass decorated with 359 carved figures, the evolution of boatbuilding is depicted in an unparalleled display of craftsmanship by artist/carver August F. Crabtree.
For one night only, you can get up close and personal with a special selection of artifacts that are rarely, if ever, on public display! Your Gallery Crawl Passport will guide you through the permanent galleries while you sip and savor foods and beverages related to each gallery.
Child 3 and under