The South Street Seaport Museum remains closed to the publicto support efforts to contain the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
If you would like to stay engaged with the South Street Seaport Museum during this time, please follow us on social media, sign up for our Seaport Museum at Home newsletter, or join us for a virtual program where we are continuing to highlight the history of New York as a port city, our collection, our community, and more.facebook.com/SouthStreetSeaportMuseum
From Capt. Jonathan Boulware, President of the South Street Seaport Museum: “We have a duty as a civic organization, as a convener of people, to do our part to help stem the spread of this virus. When and at what pace the Seaport Museum will reopen to the public will be determined through thoughtful consideration. We continue to follow guidance from our City and State governmental partners as well as from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO).”
Current suspension of public operations follows:
- All public access at the Museum’s locations including 12 Fulton Street, Bowne & Co. on Water Street and the ships, Wavertree and Ambrose at Pier 16.
- Onsite K-12 education programs
- miniMATES early childhood program
- In-school residency programming
We look forward to announcing upcoming plans for resuming activities outdoors in the coming months. To be among the first to know about access to our ships and outdoor programming in 2021, sign up for our Seaport Museum at Home newsletter below.