When the calendar turns over to a new year there is always a sense of anticipation and excitement. I think about 1.1.13 and the increasing excitement over the prospect of relaunching the Charles W. Morgan. 1.1.14 had us enthralled with the concept of sailing the Morgan again that summer to be followed by the opening of […]
Everything we do here is purposeful and linked to the mission of the Museum in each and every public encounter.
There are conversations happening about us, all around us.
From its very first days in 1929, Mystic Seaport has depended on the benevolent acts of its founders, loyal members, dedicated trustees, and talented staff.
The recent Charlottesville riots and Hurricane Harvey, while distant geographically, cut very close to home conceptually and thematically.
One of the best ways we fulfill our mission is to take our show on the road, if you will.
There is Mystic Seaport by day, and then there is Mystic Seaport by night.
Goodbye damp, cold May; hello June! It is hard to believe that “summer” is here.
The Museum said farewell to one of our longest serving and most beloved staff members at the end of April.
For the past month Mystic Seaport and its staff have been actively advocating in Washington, D.C., Hartford, locally, and online for a variety of critical issues.