Late Winter Activity Schedule

Full Museum Open Thursday-Sunday
“Death in the Ice,” Collins Gallery, open daily, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Exhibits Open 10 a.m.-4 p.m./Grounds Open 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

10:30: Songs of Whales and Whaling
Chandlery (26 on map)

10:30 – Measuring Latitude Through the Ages
Nautical Instruments Shop (23 on map)

11:00 – Winter Stars and the Mariner
Join us as we explore the stars and constellations of the winter night sky, while learning about how mariners navigated the seas guided by the stars.
(weekends only)
Treworgy Planetarium (9 on map)

11:00-3:00 – Navigation Quest (weather permitting)
Nautical Instruments Shop (23 on map)

11:00 Capturing a Moment in Time: Roleplaying Presentation
(weekends only)
R.J. Schaefer Building (2 on map)

1:00 Music of the Sea and Shore
Chandlery (26 on map)

1:00 Storytime
Children’s Museum (10 on map)

1:30 Winter for the Fishermen at Sea and on Land
L.A. Dunton

2:00 – Winter Stars and the Mariner
Join us as we explore the stars and constellations of the winter night sky, while learning about how mariners navigated the seas guided by the stars.
Admission $4, members $3
Ages 3 and younger are free
Treworgy Planetarium (9 on map)

2:00 Life and the Sea in 1876: Roleplaying Presentation
(weekends only)
Seamens Friend Society (42 on map)

3:00 Polar Night, Arctic Light
Join us for a unique journey above the Arctic Circle. Learn about a time of year when there is no daylight (“Polar Night”) while exploring the constellations as seen by Inuit Native Americans (“Arctic Light”).
Admission $4, members $3
Ages 3 and younger are free
Treworgy Planetarium (9 on map)

3:15 Music and Stories of Sailortown
Chandlery (26 on map)