Mystic Seaport Museum
A great maritime museum with lots of story telling and magnificent boats all shapes and sizes. A historical educational village that takes you back in time... A great family day trip!
17th-18th century seaport and living history museum, shops, sailing ships, Mystic Aquarium and downtown Mystic are within minutes of this attraction.
Great activities for kids -- plus the obvious historic components too. You can get kids out on small sailboats
There are many things to do in the town of Mystic. There is the Seaport which features a historic park with details about early colonial life. The Mayflower II leaves Plymouth, and is stored in the Mystic Seaport during winter. There is also the Mystic Aquarium, which has a variety of sealife and a…
Featuring wooden ships from around the world, The Seaport has a Victorian period waterfront town with walk-in exhibits, historic homes, stores and other commercial structures like a blacksmith shop, cooperage, working tavern, rope walk mill and wood carver. The boats are all open for walk through…
Get close to some historic ships and take trip on Sabino, the oldest wooden, coal-fired steamboat in regular operation in the U.S.
Living Museum, arts, entertainment, quintessential New England whaling museum and fishing village....awesome, must-see, historic architecture, stunning seacoast views
“A must do while you are here...I don’t care how old you are. And, don’t miss the penguins!!”
“Great spot with a large outdoor deck, perfect for enjoying the weather. Lots on the menu to please all diners!”
“eat downstairs. Authentic colonial dining and bar. Musicians play at 9 bbn pm most nights.”
“Foxwoods is around 30 min away and the largest casino in the north east! Whether you like gambling, shopping or a good meal they have something for everyone ! ”