Anytime activity | Free
Join us for a special tour of the upper floor of the Seaport Museum headquarters located within Schermerhorn Row (1810 – 1812), from the comfort of your home! This free, on-demand tour offers the opportunity to see and learn about the history of one of the most significant examples of early 19th century commercial architecture in New York.
The upper floors of this New York City Landmark, located within the National Register-listed South Street Seaport Historic District, include architectural remnants of neighborhood history and developments, such as the renowned remains of two 150-year-old hotels, made famous by New Yorker writer Joseph Mitchell in his essay “Up in the Old Hotel.”
Together we can save the South Street Seaport Museum!
The pandemic has put the Museum at great risk of closing for good. We’re asking all those who love New York to step forward and join the die-hards who have kept the Museum alive through a myriad of challenges. Join the Our City, Our Seaport: Campaign to Save the Seaport Museum.