Fall Lecture Series: Infamy– The Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor Presented by Dr. Craig Symonds Cost: $5 for Adult and…
Civil War Lecture: Gibraltar of the Confederacy – Fort Fisher Presented by John V. Quarstein Wilmington, North Carolina on the…
Christmas on the Monitor: A Holiday Dinner to Benefit the USS Monitor Center at The Mariners’ Museum We’re Gonna Party…
Scrimshaw, the art of engraving on bone or ivory, is one of the great American maritime art forms. After it…
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.
Enjoy the Festivities with Reenactors, Live Music, Historically-based Menu, Grog, Dancing & Cannon Fire!
Child 3 and under