Join us in the galleries on the second Sunday of every month for a unique and inclusive time where guests can experience the Museum within a quieter, less crowded environment.
Join The Mariner’s Museum and Park as it partners with the American Red Cross, serving as a host site for a much-needed blood drive. Save a life, give blood.
Hear from historian John V. Quarstein when he shares the story about the rise and fall of a US Army general who is regarded as the father of the US Air Force as part of National Aviation Day.
Best-selling author Eric Jay Dolin returns to The Mariners’ to present the American Revolution from a different perspective – privateers who made significant contributions to our country’s independence.
This inspiring series takes you behind the scenes to explore our vast art collection like we've never done before. Experience the raw beauty of the brushstrokes, the intimate portrayal of people, daring rescues at sea, the power of our world's waters, and so much more. New episodes are shared on our social media channels the first Friday of each month!
Situated on 550 acres of rolling woodlands, The Mariners' Park offers visitors a quiet and serene nature retreat. Whether taking a stroll or hike on our award-winning five-mile Noland Trail that surrounds the Mariners' Lake or enjoying a picnic at the famous Lions Bridge, every visit to this beautiful urban oasis will bring a new experience every time!
Encounter an amazing world of maritime and watercraft history when you step into the International Small Craft Center at The Mariners’ Museum. This 17,500 square foot facility houses a collection that features nearly 150 boats from 42 countries, and is one of the few truly internationally focused collections in the world.