Read the latest Mystic Seaport news.
On Friday, April 5, Mystic Seaport Museum hosted a symposium entitled “Franklin Lost and Found: Probing the Arctic’s Most Enduring Mystery,” which drew experts and scholars from across the globe to Mystic, CT, to dissect the doomed Franklin Expedition from 1845 to the present.
Businesswoman and philanthropist Wendy Schmidt, who has built an incredible portfolio of work devoted to our oceans made possible through the many organizations she has founded, led, and inspired, is the 2019 recipient of the America and the Sea Award.
In the high season at Mystic Seaport Museum, it’s common to see young visitors walking around the grounds carefully cradling a contraption in their two hands.
Shannon McKenzie, director of Watercraft Programs, was named Volunteer of the Year by Tall Ships America at its Annual Conference.
The Thompson Exhibition Building, designed by Centerbrook Architects & Planners, has been recognized with a national award by WoodWorks – Wood Products Council.
Mystic Seaport Museum, Mystic Aquarium, Olde Mistick Village, and Downtown Mystic Merchants have banded together to create and promote a new brand for Mystic tourism — SEA MYSTIC.
The Museum is working toward eliminating the use of single-use plastics on its 19-acre site on the Mystic River.
Mystic Seaport Museum has named Daniel McKenzie captain of the schooner Brilliant.
As part of the Museum’s first-ever Ice Festival on Presidents Day weekend (February 16-18), a team of volunteers with the Gung Ho Squad designed and built a replica sledge for visitors at the Festival to try and haul.
Mystic Seaport Museum Opens ‘When This You See, Remember Me,’ a deep dive into 19th century photography on Saturday, January 19.