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Mystic Seaport Museum will mark the opening of its newest exhibition, “Death in the Ice: The Mystery of the Franklin Expedition,” with a public ceremony beginning at 10 a.m., Saturday, December 1.
New exhibition at Mystic Seaport Museum unravels what happened to the Franklin Expedition, two ships and 129 men that disappeared in the Arctic in 1845.
Mystic Seaport Museum will be the only North American venue for the exhibition, which will be on display October 2019-February 2020.
The award recognizes those individuals and organizations whose extraordinary achievements in the world of maritime exploration, competition, scholarship, and design best exemplify the American character.
The funds will support restoration of the L.A. Dunton fishing schooner and critical preservation work for the Rosenfeld Collection.
Each year at Mystic Seaport Museum’s Antique and Classic Boat Rendezvous an awards competition recognizes excellence in restoration, authenticity, and workmanship.
Every year, Mystic Seaport Museum honors the work of its volunteers at a celebratory dinner and awards ceremony.
Lynn Noel is a multitasking artist who is making two appearances at the Museum this spring — the Sea Music Festival and Viking Days.
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.