Wednesday-Sunday | 11:00 am to 5:00 pm | Purchase Tickets
Stop by Schermerhorn Row to learn more about the many opportunities at the Museum. Purchase tickets, view the ongoing
exhibition Street of Ships: The Port and Its People, and sign up for membership or volunteering.
Visit our new exhibition: The Original Gus Wagner: The Maritime Roots of the Modern Tattoo opening January 29.
Admission includes guided tours on both the 1885 cargo ship Wavertree and the 1907 Lightship Ambrose, weather permitting.
Due to Hurricane Sandy-related damages, access to the galleries on upper floors is by appointment, for Education programs, or private groups only. | Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Wednesday-Thursday 7pm | Friday 3pm*, 7pm | Saturday 1pm, 4pm*, and 7pm | Sunday 4pm* and 7pm
Pioneer begins sailing May 27th! Book your cruise early and save, use code Early2017 at checkout to save 10% (offer does not apply to special event and program sails).
Spend an afternoon at the Museum! Late afternoon sails: Friday 3pm, Saturday 4pm, and Sunday 4pm, include free admission to the Museum’s exhibitions. Choose the afternoon special when selecting your trip and then bring your ticket to the Museum before or after your sail! Museum tours leave every 1/2 hour starting at 11:30am, please be sure to arrive with ample time before your sail if you wish to visit the museum before your trip.
Through the sailing season Pioneer offers day and evening sails, unique and special event sails, as well as being available for charters and private events. Click Here for Calendar and Tickets
Click here for more information about Pioneer sailing and volunteer opportunities, as well as special events and programs.
The South Street Seaport Museum is home to a fleet of five historic vessels: the 132 year-old Wavertree, cargo ship and flagship of the Seaport Museum’s fleet, now back from a 13-million dollar, 18 month, city-funded restoration; the Historic National Landmark 1907 Lightship Ambrose; schooners Pioneer and Lettie G. Howard, both award-winning sail training vessels; and W.O. Decker, one of the last steam-powered, wooden tugs built in New York.
Click HERE to learn about our historic ships.
The Seaport Museum offers several tours on varying topics that bring to light the hidden, forgotten, and overlooked histories of the seaport district and New York.
All tours meet at the Museum’s main entrance (12 Fulton Street). Tours will last approximately 75 minutes. Please be sure to dress for the weather and wear comfortable shoes | Please e-mail email@example.com for more information.
7 Days a Week | 11:00 am to 7:00 pm | Free to the Public | Workshops
Carrying on the age old tradition of job printing (small batch printing), the South Street Seaport Museum is home to Bowne & Co. Stationers, New York’s oldest operating business under the same name, and Bowne Printers. Visitors can see our collection of 19th printing presses and purchase printed goods.