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Mystic Seaport

75 Greenmanville Ave, Mystic, CT 06355-1972
+1 860-572-0711
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Mystic Seaport is the nation's leading maritime museum. Founded in 1929, the Museum is home to four National Historic Landmark vessels, including the Charles W. Morgan, America's oldest commercial ship and the last wooden whaleship in the world. The Museum's grounds cover 19 acres on the Mystic River in Mystic, CT and include a recreated 19th-century coastal village, a working shipyard, formal exhibit halls, and state-of-the-art artifact storage facilities. Mystic Seaport is located one mile south of Exit 90 off I-95 in Mystic, CT.
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  • Very good27%
  • Average7%
  • Poor1%
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Hours Today: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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75 Greenmanville Ave, Mystic, CT 06355-1972
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We visited the Mystic Seaport. This was a very interesting and educational trip. The village is immaculately clean and extremely well layer out and maintained. The boats/ships are available for boarding and exploring. There is plenty of signage to make having a guide unnecessary. Parking...More

Thank Mikeshy
Reviewed yesterday

I was a little hesitant about paying the price to wander through a "village" but I'm glad we did! It was so interesting to learn of a whaling village, go on board a whaling ship, and see other ships and shops. The whole area is...More

Thank Kaye N
Reviewed yesterday

A working ship restoration yard, it was fascinating to watch the craftsmen working on all aspects of the restoration process. You can walk through a few of the old ships, and all of the various craftmen buildings, e.g., printing, carving, etc. We learned so much!...More

Thank tawny1956
Reviewed yesterday

Lovely quaint town with a marina, original shops and an old whaling port. And you get Mystic Pizza too. The treehouse is nice for a quirky perch whilst enjoying oysters and a cocktail

Thank Sueneilnic
Reviewed yesterday

At first, I thought that’s the $30 admission was a bit pricey, but after spending several hours here, it’s a deal! The admission covers almost every exhibit. Exhibits range from viewing fine art to climbing around inside a whaling ship to fun activities for kids...More

Thank J B
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Mystic Seaport is a large facility with historic boats, a Seaport village—great place to see what life was like back then. I think this would be fantastic for families with school age children. Lots of walking outside. We toured the old whaling boat and learned...More

Thank travelingnana0806
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We walked through the town and shops after a relaxing lunch. At the end if our afternoon stay we walked along the seaport area. It was a nice cute walk along the river.

Thank Germaphobe36
Reviewed 3 days ago

Take time to see the ships at the Mystic Seaport. You will not be disappointed. Large sailing ships and other neat things to see. Then you can walk a short distance to Mystic Pizza.

1  Thank Dale B
Reviewed 3 days ago

I found it interesting how you could see actual shipbuilders work (they are currently working on repairing the Mayflower II). You can learn a lot about all things nautical. I also found the ropewalk interesting along with Charles W. Morgan which you could walk on...More

Thank TIA1966
Reviewed 3 days ago

The entire experience was very interesting. Good learning venue for the kids and adults as well. Mayflower II was being refurbished, many volunteers working on various projects. Good cafe for lunch

Thank JOSEPH V
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Teachaimo
20 September 2017|
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Response from Carol H | Reviewed this property |
I enjoyed the museum and village very much. You can take it at your own pace and see as much or as little as you like. I would liken the New England coastal village experience with Williamsburg. I enjoy learning new things... More
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Susan D
11 September 2017|
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Response from Ben_Theretoo406 | Reviewed this property |
Taber Inne is good advice, Among the very best restaurants in Mystic are Frank's Gourmet Grill and S&P Oyster Company. Ben has reviewed both. Kitchen LIttle is great also, unless you are satisfied with your hotel breakfast
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ITA2934
18 August 2017|
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Response from sktyoung | Reviewed this property |
The seaport is great if you like historical places- very interesting demonstrations of how things were in the days of whale hunting- the aquarium is a must see also- I love the beluga whales! There is also a nice place... More
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