Mystic Seaport

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75 Greenmanville Ave (btw Velvet & Isham)
Mystic, CT 06355
(860) 572-0711

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  • This 40-acre living history maritime museum is the largest in the nation.
  • Great place
  • The seaports Museum of America and the Sea boasts the nations only surviving wooden whaling ship, as well as a reconstructed 19th century fishing village. (From Aerial America)
  • Get your head out of the clouds and go down to the sea. Connecticuts history has long been linked to the ocean and Mystic is a prime example of a New England fishing and whaling town.
  • Great for kids.
  • Childrens museum gives the kids and you a break from being stuck in the house.
  • Definitely overpriced. Decided to walk to the town instead. How can the admission price here be more than at any Smithsonian?? Not cool.
  • The Lantern Light Tours are fun and you get a cookie. They tell a Christmas story set in1876.
  • This 40-acre living history maritime museum is the largest in the nation.
  • Toy boat making great fun for kids - worth the $5 fee.
  • Love memorial day and labor day for the lobster festival on the water
  • Come Earn Your Sea Legs at Mystic Seaport! Visit http://www.earnyoursealegs.com for discounts and special offers.
  • Show your AAA card and Save!Are you an active AAA member? Simply show your valid AAA card to the gate attendant when purchasing your Museum admission and receive $3.00 off each general admission tic
  • So much to see here! Highlight of the trip was being able to go aboard and tour an historic whaling ship very like the one in Melville's "Moby-Dick".
  • This is the main attraction in Mystic. Catch the whale boat demonstration at the Charles Morgan for a truly unique experience
  • Very quaint looking town, the tall ships are really quite nice, nice place to take a drive through on a Sunday
  • Terrible customer service, would not pay $25 to go there again. People at ticketing and the bake/gift shop were super rude and condescending.
  • AAA saves you money and free parking across the street. Give yourself at least 4 hours to see this living museum. Price is for 2 days.
  • Great piece of history! Make a purchase at the gift shop and round to the nearest dollar to make a donation!
  • Half-price admission if you go in the last hour!