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Lynn Noel is a multitasking artist who is making two appearances at Mystic Seaport Museum this spring — she appeared at the Sea Music Festival last weekend and returns this weekend for Viking Days. At Sea Music Festival, Lynn performed as her alter ego, “Gudrid the Wanderer: First Viking Woman in the New World,” a […]
The Fellows of the G.W. Blunt White Library at Mystic Seaport Museum announced their 2018 award winners at their annual meeting.
Draugar Vinlands is a historical reenactment and living history group based out of Exeter, N.H., that is dedicated to the accurate portrayal of combat and culture during viking-age Scandinavia.
Inside the Vinland Map exhibition, visitors will see a 9-foot by 4 1/2-foot scale model of the Norse fishing village unearthed by the Ingstads that was created by the same team that maintains and works on the Museum’s Mystic River Scale Model.
What do the Minnesota Vikings, the comic Hägar the Horrible, and Nordic soccer fans have in common?
The Mystic Seaport Museum Annual Report includes financial statements for the calendar and fiscal year 2017.
The $103,703 award will fund the survey and documentation of the 1921 Gloucester fishing schooner.
This year the Treworgy Planetarium introduced a new class, “Introduction to Coastal Weather,” taught by Lt. Walter O’Donnell, a former navigation instructor for the U.S. Navy.
On Tuesday, May 1, Mystic Seaport launched its new brand identity, strengthening its roots as an organization devoted to maintaining a strong connection to the American maritime experience.
The exhibition will bring artifacts from one of the world’s finest early Viking-age collections outside of their home in Sweden for the first time. It will be the international debut for the exhibition.