Campaign to Save the South Street Seaport Museum
This pandemic has dealt our beloved city a terrible blow, the full extent of which is still unclear. As New Yorkers, we have faith that the city will rebound as it has time and again. For a city that constantly reinvents itself, there must—there will—be a bright future.
The time is now. The threat is real. Together we must, we will, save the South Street Seaport Museum.
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Read More About the Campaign and What It Means
A Letter from Our President and CEO
Read a letter from Captain Jonathan Boulware about the state of the Museum and the Our City, Our Seaport campaign to preserve this historic institution.
Proposed 250 Water Street Project
Read this helpful article written by The New York Times’ highly-regarded architecture critic Michael Kimmelman that painstakingly outlines the decades-long history of the 250 Water Street site and the Seaport Museum. In it, he gives his full support for the plan.
Read the Latest News
Click below to read some of the latest newsletters from our campaign. Want to get campaign updates in your inbox? Text SEAPORTMUSEUM to 22828
View Images from the Museum’s History
See What Makes the Museum So Important
Learn about the Museum, the collections, the programs, and the people that make the Seaport Museum “Where New York Begins.”
Ready to Get Involved?
Interested in becoming an advocate for the South Street Seaport Museum or learning more? Join the Our City, Our Seaport campaign by signing up below or text SEAPORTMUSEUM to 22828 We’ll be in touch with news and ways you can help Save the South Street Seaport Museum.