South Street Seaport Museum Manhattan
Where are we going today?
The South Street Seaport Museum in New York City is home to the nation's largest fleet of privately maintained historic vessels. The three types of shops they have are: Stationary, Training, and Workhorses. The ships you can view are: Ambrose, Helen McAllister, Lettie G. Howard, Marion M., Peking, Pioneer, W. O. Decker, and the Wavetree.
Kids are catered for with the Mini Mates' Programming, field trips and Adventures Aboard the Pioneer Schooner, plus multiple and changing multi media exhibits.
Tours and special experiences are also available.
How much does it cost?
- AdultsFree so far as we know
When can we go?
Daily opening with seasonal variations.
Can I get one of those?
Shop available for souvenirs and educational products..
What people are saying?
by Matthew Herrington
This is a neat place. I had gone here expecting to only spend 20 minutes. I spent about an hour and a half. There is all sorts of history of New York, movie screenings to that effect, naval art, and more. Many amazing wood cut figures and paintings are present. There is a WIP old laundry room you can kinda walk through. It is basically empty due to the aftermath of closed businesses in the area, but a nice place to check out. Great old brick walls and iron doors, too!
by Neeharika Sinha
Under remodelling so be aware a lot of restaurants are closed in the area.
by A Google User
I like to visit this place sometimes for the ambiance. It has a good view of the Brooklyn Bridge and along with Brooklyn Heights. During the evenings, the city lights paint a pretty picture.
by A Google User
by Jennifer Jacobs