I always enjoy coming to the Seaport. There is something for all ages. The childrens museum is great for little ones. I cant say anything bad about it.
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The Seaport is quaint, pretty and informative. Definitely step onto and into everything you can, not as boring as the kiddos might think ;)! If you are planning on doing both the aqarium and seaport then do yourself a favor and by the combo package...More
They nickel and dime you even after paying an expensive admition fee. If you want to go into the Norvegian vessel you have to pay extra. If you want your child to build a wooden boat it is another $ 5.00 ! All the buildings...More
We arrived here on a warm, sunny weekday with 4 adults and 3 boys (ages 5-8). It was not crowded and was enjoyable to move around freely. We especially liked the Morgan whaling ship! Going down into the sleeping quarters was especially interesting. As we...More
You may have been lucky enough to visit an attraction which recreates life in a village of the past. Seaport does the same but all based around the houses and trades which lined the docks and ports of the past, together with various boats and...More
Originally I balked at paying to see the Seaport, but I was proven wrong. If you enjoy history, this is a great place. I am from "the South" and my knowledge of the whaling industry was minimal. Walking through the whaling exhibit and the Charles...More
Got this as part of the Mystic Pass Like other reviewers have described, this is a living museum with lots of activities , some with people in costume, and others with very knowledgable volunteers operating the exhibits Very impressed with the set up.....great range of...More
We visited the Seaport on a beautiful summer day. The Seaport is really made for such days. There are a number of ships available to board and much can be learned by speaking to the knowledgeable staff on board. The Seaport village is much the...More
We paid $28 entrance fee thinking that would include all activities, but we were wrong. We had to pay $5 or more for entrances to boats, ride, planetarium. We thought the demonstrations were ok and the restaurant was reasonably priced.