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Mystic Seaport

75 Greenmanville Ave, Mystic, CT 06355-1972
+1 860-572-0711
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US$249.00*
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Mystic Seaport is the nation's leading maritime museum. Founded in 1929, the Museum is home to four National Historic Landmark vessels, including the Charles W. Morgan, America's oldest commercial ship and the last wooden whaleship in the world. The Museum's grounds cover 19 acres on the Mystic River in Mystic, CT and include a recreated 19th-century coastal village, a working shipyard, formal exhibit halls, and state-of-the-art artifact storage facilities. Mystic Seaport is located one mile south of Exit 90 off I-95 in Mystic, CT.
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  • Average7%
  • Poor1%
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Hours Today: 09:00 - 17:00
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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75 Greenmanville Ave, Mystic, CT 06355-1972
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

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.

Thank JLD35MCD34
Reviewed yesterday

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

Thank Kathy G
Reviewed 2 days ago

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

Thank frenchchef2016
Reviewed 3 days ago

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

Thank Darling1971
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We went to seaport after our trip to the aquarium. Got there just after they closed -around 6. The friendly stuff was still there and the gift shop was open. They explained to us that we can still walk around the port. We decided to...More

Thank stajka
Reviewed 3 days ago

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

Thank Pyramar
Reviewed 3 days ago

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

Thank MellyMel80
Reviewed 5 days ago

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

1  Thank Mike D
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

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

1  Thank Measuretwice8
Reviewed 5 days ago

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.

1  Thank 134James
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ITA2934
17 August 2017|
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Response from sktyoung | Reviewed this property |
The seaport is great if you like historical places- very interesting demonstrations of how things were in the days of whale hunting- the aquarium is a must see also- I love the beluga whales! There is also a nice place... More
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Sonia V
9 August 2017|
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Response from John S | Reviewed this property |
Yes you can bring your dog in and across the grounds, but that is all. They are not allowed in buildings, on ships, etc. so up to you and your circumstances if this works for your needs or not. Of course they have a dogs... More
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Mike J
27 July 2017|
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Response from A L | Reviewed this property |
We bought Mystic Passes and were able to use them for any day. We used them for the aquarium on a Monday and then the seaport on Wednesday. If you go on your birthday you get in free, so don't buy a Mystic pass for the... More
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