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Thompson Exhibition Building
The recently completed Thompson Exhibition Building is the final component of a comprehensive re-envisioning of the north end of the grounds to enhance the Museum’s capacity for indoor exhibitions.
- Press Release
- Centerbrook Architects and Planners (Design)
- A/Z Corporation (Construction)
- Key Facts
- McGraw Gallery Quadrangle Project
The Charles W. Morgan
Built and launched in 1841 in New Bedford, Massachusetts, the Charles W. Morgan is the last of an American whaling fleet that numbered more than 2,700 vessels. The whaleship came to Mystic Seaport Museum in November 1941 and more than 20 million visitors have walked her decks since her arrival. After an extensive restoration, the Morgan sailed on her 38th Voyage during the summer of 2014.