The Mariner's Museum and Park


A Message from our President Howard Hoege III The mission of the Mariners’ Museum and Park is to connect people to the world’s waters, because that is how we are connected to one another. Across our nation and the world, we see daily reminders of the forces at work pulling communities apart. During these times, we believe our Museum has an incredibly powerful narrative to tell about community and what binds us together. We strive to provide an intellectual and emotional experience, that is shared by generations, across cultures, and without barriers or judgement. It’s not just about displaying artifacts, but having our visitors learn something, and feel something, while awakening and introducing them to their maritime roots. It is through exploration of our collection and engaging experiences we connect people to the world’s waterways. A steward of one of the world’s most extensive collections of maritime artworks and historic artifacts, The Mariners’ Museum is committed to the care, preservation and conservation of more than 32,000 objects and 1 million pieces of library and archival materials in order to provide public access through exhibitions, educational programs and online media. The Museum is proud to be accredited by The American Alliance of Museums and follows its standards of care to ensure public access for generations yet-to-come

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What makes this business unique? One of the largest maritime museum in the world



  • One of the largest maritime museum in the world


Monday – Saturday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM Sunday 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day

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