My daughter and I had a girls weekend in mystic and she wanted to go to the seaport. We had a great time touring the place and took the boat ride around the harbor. We really had a great time
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Mystic Seaport is ALWAYS worth a visit. It provides a superbly attractive glance to the not-so-distant whaling, seafood and shipping past of the region. Well implemented, it is ALIVE, with demonstrations like coopering... All displays are very informative, and thought-provoking.
Our visit to the Mystic Seaport was my husband's favorite part of a recent New England vacation. He especially enjoyed the area where the ships are restored and maintained. We were there as soon as they opened and since it was not yet busy, the...More
I have sailed over thirty years & still learned something from nearly every shop at the museum. It was great fun touring the old whaling ships & learning more about it. One can even rent a sailboat or take a captained cruise! Although lots of...More
We were fascinated by the living history presented here. All the workers and volunteers took time to explain what they were doing/were involved in. Excellent representation of all the support businesses that would have been essential to supporting a ship building location.
I've visited this on a group tour with several colleagues and was pleasantly surprised with the amount of things to do. The great ships and the whaling ships are awesome. It's a history lesson that everyone should visit during their time in Mystic.
My wife and I visited Mystic, Conn, to begin our New England trip and went to the Mystic Seaport. It was a very interesting experience. My wife and I both grew up on the Jersey shore and experienced boating during those years. My wife's father...More
My wife and I went to Mystic to celebrate our 38th wedding anniversary. We thought that a stop at the seaport would be a nice way to spend a few hours. Boy, were we mistaken! it is a GREAT way to spend en entire day!...More
Mystic Seaport is very well curated and great for folks of all ages. Art exhibits, historical exhibits and demonstrations, children's interactive activities, tour the C.W. Morgan whaling ship, stroll along the Mystic River, plus more--we really enjoyed our experience here. Allow 3-4 hours minimum. Free...More
One of the main reasons for our visit to the area and it didn't disappoint. Starting with the walk through the Shipbuilding Exhibit and viewing of the Main Shop and Gallery and seeing the Mayflower II in re-fit, the experiencing only got better. As my...More