Late the following Monday, we received some remarkable news. Amanda Thompson Riegel, in a congratulatory and grateful email, shared with me how pleased they were with their visit and all of the Thompson Building-related events. In fact, they were so inspired by what they had seen and experienced that Amanda and her mother decided to […]
It is with great anticipation that we welcome the month of September! On September 24, we will finally arrive at a long-awaited event: the opening of the Thompson Exhibition Building, which is the final manifestation of a vision created by Museum leadership and staff, and supported by lead donors Wade and Angela Thompson along with […]
As we head into the month of August, we are reminded that it is in all likelihood the busiest month of the year when it comes to maritime activity.
Just a week ago Mystic Seaport hosted the 25th annual WoodenBoat Show. As some described it, it was the “best show ever!”
There is always so much to look forward to in the month of June at Mystic Seaport, but before looking forward, I’d like to make a comment about the past.
With the simple turn of a page on the calendar, Mystic Seaport closed its fiscal year Saturday, April 30, and opened a new one the next day.
At the end of the day on March 28, the last visitor left “Ships, Clocks &Stars,” officially bringing to closure what has been an extraordinary exhibition.
March is the last month to see “Ships, Clocks and Stars: The Quest for Longitude” again or for the first time before it closes on March 29.
Over the years, how fortunate we have been to count on passionate donors who generously support our operating needs and our capital needs
We are so pleased to open the Museum again to the public from January 2 to Presidents’ Day.